Juvederm can add volume to cheeks In addition to wrinkles, a telltale sign of aging is loss of volume in the cheeks. Patients with sunken or sunken cheeks may feel that they look older than they feel inside or actually are, causing embarrassment and mixed emotions. Cheek fillers can be used on various parts of the face today: the chin, lips, nose and, of course, cheeks. As we age, the cheeks are one of the first parts of the face to begin to show signs, with the youthful fullness of the cheeks of your 20s and 30s gradually sinking and sinking, leaving sunken cheeks that let you look older for years.
After arriving at our clinic, our staff will make sure you feel comfortable and then begin injecting the desired type of filler into the treatment area. In the case of Juvederm Voluma, these injections will be done in the skin of the cheek. Your dermatologist will administer several small doses to ensure an ideal appearance once the filler has settled. The results of a treatment with Juvederm can last for more than a year (and for Juvederm Voluma, even two).
When done incorrectly, you risk things going wrong with side effects, including the fall of Juvederm. Because Juvederm is based on hyaluronic acid, which everyone has in their skin, it is suitable for almost anyone. Like all Juvederm dermal treatments for volume, skin, and lips, patients can expect to see some changes immediately after treatment, with an initial increase in volume and fullness visible due to filler injected under the skin. The best thing about Juvederm Voluma XC is that it lasts much longer than all other dermal injectables, and Voluma is known as the longest-lasting dermal filler with results that last up to two years.
We use several techniques to help restore volume to the cheeks, and one of the best options is a dermal filler called Juvederm Voluma. Another risk of Juvederm is known as “filler fatigue”, which can be seen in some celebrities who have undergone too many Juvéderm Voluma XC or Juvéderm Ultra XC treatments. Allergan is the manufacturer of Latisse, all Juvederm products such as Juvéderm Ultra XC and Botox, so they have a long history of producing safe and effective injectables, provided they are used by trusted professionals. Hyaluronic acid (Juvederm, Restylane) and polylactic acid (Sculptra) are two types of dermal fillers recommended for use in the cheek area and under the eyes.
To make your experience more comfortable, most Juvederm vials have been equipped with a small amount of lidocaine, which is a local anesthetic. A big advantage of Juvederm hyaluronic acid fillers is that they also naturally smooth and fill in fine lines and nearby wrinkles. As you can guess from the name, Ultra Plus is a particularly strong version of Juvederm and is used for especially deep creases and lines on the face. The main ingredient in Juvederm is a natural substance, so the filler will work for most people.
But because Juvederm works by harnessing this natural moisture in your skin, you'll find that you look completely organic when you move or smile. The reason for this is that Juvederm Voluma cheek filler has a high particle size and G Prime, which produces a greater lifting appearance than other fillers.