When it comes to selecting the best dermal filler, Juvederm is at the top of most patients’ lists. But before committing to treatment, women and men often have a number of questions about the procedures and results – What concerns can it treat? How does this filler work? How long does it last?
To find out the answer to these questions and learn if Juvederm is right for you, read on.
What is Juvederm?
Juvederm is an FDA-approved dermal filler designed to restore volume, enhance facial features, plump lips, and counteract signs of aging including wrinkles, hollows, and folds.
It is comprised of a smooth hyaluronic acid gel and is injected into targeted tissue for instant volumizing and hydrating effects.
What Concerns Can This Dermal Filler Treat?
In addition to safety and efficacy, versatility is one of the key advantages of dermal fillers. In fact, fillers can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns including:
- Volume loss
- Facial lines and wrinkles
- Deepening folds
- Deflated cheeks
- Sagging skin
- Thinning lips
- Uneven lips
- Loss of facial volume
- Under eye circles
- Hollow temples
- Aging hands
- Nasal irregularities
- Facial asymmetry
Whether you’re looking to address issues such as volume loss caused by age or enhance your look, fillers can be a great tool for these goals.
How Long Does Juvederm Last?
If you are contemplating dermal fillers, you may be wondering: How long does Juvederm last?
The answer to this question depends on several variables, including:
- Where the filler is injected
- Which Juvederm formula is used
- Injector technique and skill set
- Patient metabolic rate, as the filler is gradually absorbed by the body
- Amount of filler injected
That being said, Juvederm dermal fillers usually last 6-9 months. However, some of the more viscous formulations, like Voluma, can last up to 18 months.
Schedule an Appointment Today!
If you are considering Juvederm dermal fillers, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented injectors.