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Which Juvederm Filler is Right for Me?

Are you interested in trying out the anti-aging powers of Juvederm for yourself, but not sure which injection is right for you? 

We’ve got you. Check out our recommendations on how to pick the right Juvederm filler for your needs!

How to Pick the Right Juvederm Filler

While every patient is different, here’s a quick snapshot of the Juvederm family of fillers, including the specific conditions they’re designed to treat. Take a look to see which one may be right for you!

1. Juvederm XC.

This FDA-approved dermal filler is an excellent choice for improving cheek contours for a more youthful feel. Additionally, Juvederm XC can fill in moderate facial wrinkles and lines, especially those located around the nose and mouth.

Juvederm XC is a popular choice with patients who may be nervous about the pinch of the needle. This injectable contains lidocaine, so you should be perfectly comfortable throughout your treatment session.

2. Juvederm Voluma.

Juvederm Voluma is the only FDA-approved dermal filler that’s designed to specifically add volume to the cheeks. Voluma has a thicker hyaluronic acid gel, […]

By | 2020-12-23T10:54:57-08:00 March 4th, 2020|

What Is the Difference Between Juvederm and Restylane?

When it comes to choosing the right filler for your anti-aging needs, it may seem as though there is a world of options out there.  You’re definitely not wrong – major pharmaceutical companies are continually committed to developing and releasing new fillers designed to minimize the appearance of stubborn wrinkles. As a result, two major fillers have emerged as leaders in the anti-aging injectables field: Juvederm and Restylane.

The only question is, what are the differences between Juvederm and Restylane?

At first glance, there aren’t that many differences between the two.  Both Juvederm and Restylane are dermal fillers that contain hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring compound that increases the skin’s moisture retention and kick-starts collagen production.  Over time and with regular treatments, both dermal fillers can improve the look and feel of skin with the following benefits:

  • Smoother skin
  • Better moisture retention
  • Minimization of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Minimization of deep nasolabial folds

 

One of the main differences between the two dermal fillers is in the thickness of the hyaluronic acid gels.  When the product is injected into the treatment area, the gel acts as scaffolding to add instant volume.  Restylane has a slightly thicker consistency than Juvederm; however, both dermal fillers have been shown to be […]

By | 2018-10-16T00:25:54-07:00 July 14th, 2017|

Radiesse or Juvederm for the lips and mouth area: Which is Best

The first thing people see is your smile – but are you worried that people are only ever going to see your smile lines?

Smile lines are the parenthetical creases that stretch from the corners of your mouth all the way up to your nose.  Also known as nasolabial folds, these lines often appear after decades of repeated muscle movements.  That means years of smiling, laughing, and talking can deepen the crease around the corners of the mouth, resulting in significant wrinkles that can age you.

Fortunately, there are multiple treatments on the market today that claim to minimize the appearance of smile lines.  Two of these treatments include Radiesse and Juvederm.  Both are popular fillers that are used to tackle common aging complaints.  Both can help clients look years younger.  But when it comes down to it, which treatment can help clients treat smile lines…

Radiesse or Juvederm?  The Answer May Surprise You

Juvederm is a hyaluronic acid filler that’s used to instantly create volume in the treatment site, thus minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.  Radiesse, however, is too thick to place around the lips, which is why this filler isn’t recommended for lip wrinkles.

Radiesse is a gel filler made from […]

By | 2018-10-16T01:28:39-07:00 October 6th, 2015|
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