The Juvéderm family of fillers includes Juvéderm Voluma, Juvéderm XC, Juvéderm Ultra XC, and Juvederm Vollure XC, which all consist of a hyaluronic acid filler that reinvigorates the facial tissue by restoring volume and smoothing facial wrinkles and folds. Juvéderm is the No. 1 selling collection of hyaluronic acid fillers in the country and is FDA approved. They are long lasting – up to a year. The collection of fillers adds volume to a different area of the face to lift cheeks, smooth parentheses lines, or plump the lips.
We specialize in helping you regain a youthful appearance using a wide variety of advanced cosmetic services, including facial filler varieties to add fullness to your skin and help with eye wrinkles, bags below the eyes, smile lines and deep facial wrinkles and folds.
Juvéderm Family of Fillers
- Juvéderm Voluma: Adds volume to the cheek area and is the first and only facial filler that is FDA-approved. Hollow or sunken cheeks are common signs of aging that can be improved using simple injections of Voluma.
- Juvéderm XC: Smooths moderate-to-severe parentheses lines and wrinkles around your nose and mouth.
- Juvéderm Ultra XC: This injectable gel adds more fullness and plumps thin lips.
- Juvéderm Vollure XC: Adds subtle volume to the lips and smooths the appearance of vertical lip lines.
How Does Juvéderm Work?
Found naturally in the dermal tissue, hyaluronic acid binds with and absorbs water. In your facial tissues, this binding process gives youthful volume to the skin. As you grow older, you lose hyaluronic acid and the skin begins to wrinkle. As a smooth gel filler made with technology and infused with lidocaine, Juvéderm replenishes the hyaluronic acid that your face loses as you age.
The procedure takes 15 minutes to perform, resulting in little to no downtime. Common side effects include those usually associated with injections such as slight pain, tenderness, redness, swelling, bruising, firmness, and bumps around the injection site.
The results from Juvéderm are instantly noticeable and last up to a year.
Each patient is unique; therefore, results of treatment may vary.