Lift and contour your cheek with Juvederm Voluma to repair the signs of aging
Juvederm Voluma is a crystal-clear gel formulation containing hyaluronic acid. In order to instantly plump, contour, and lift the appearance during treatment, experts will clean the planned injection sites before placing the filler in the exact locations of the cheeks. Your cheeks will look better immediately, and your results will keep improving in the week following your treatment.
In the Juvederm family, Juvederm Voluma is the thickest filler. It is approved by the FDA for volumizing and enhancing the cheekbones along the zygomatic arch of the face. Voluma can plump up the nasolabial folds and marionette lines around the mouth. These fillers don’t require downtime and are suitable for all skin types. They volumize areas where fat has been lost due to aging or skin depression, and contour areas with deep wrinkles and folds.
Your results will appear natural because the filler is formulated with perfectly sized particles intended to add volume beneath the skin subtly and naturally. You will experience positive effects as soon as you receive this treatment, and they will improve for a week afterward.
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Juvederm Voluma is used with Lidocaine, a local anaesthetic, to make the procedure as painless as possible.
Men can be treated without a doubt. The volume loss in the face of ageing can affect both men and women. As a result, this procedure is suitable for both men and women who want to add volume to their faces.
Your results will last up to six months, but you can extend them to a year or longer by getting a follow-up treatment 3 months after your initial dose.
Although temporary injection site reactions like redness, pain or tenderness, firmness, swelling, lumps or bumps, bruising, and itching may occur, you can typically resume your regular activities immediately. It usually takes seven days for any initial, transient reactions to go away.