Juvéderm® Dermal Fillers

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Before & After

During the consult we spend time learning about your objectives. We take photos and you are able to show us what you’re excited about. Based on what you share, we are best able to recommend a treatment plan to get you the outcome you want.

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Cost

Low Med High

Lip treatments $300-$350 for 1/2 syringe, $575-$700 for full syringe. Face treatments starting at $700/syringe. Cost varies based on customized treatment plan.

Recovery

1 Day 15 Days

Results Last

6 Months to 3 Years

Frown lines, smile lines, vertical lip lines, chin and jaw volume, crow’s feet, cheek volume, lip volume, and lines around the mouth.

— Fillers can be used to brighten and open up the eye area, reverse the look of aging in cheeks and jowls, contour the nose, chin, and jaw, and increase lip volume for a luxurious and soft look.

Juvéderm uses patented HYLACROSS™ and VYCROSS® technology that results in a gel that is smooth and consistent, with effects lasting up to one year. It’s this advanced technology that makes the results so natural-looking. Plus, Juvéderm is the first HA gel to have demonstrated its safety and effectiveness for all skin tones.

Before the treatment, your healthcare professional may use ice, topical anesthetic cream or lidocaine injections to numb the treatment area. During the treatment, your healthcare professional will ease Juvéderm under your skin to enhance facial features or fill wrinkles and folds.

Depending on the type of Juvederm used 1 year to 1.5 years.

Prior to the treatment, you’ll spend a little time consulting with your doctor. The actual injection process is quick and easy and takes only about 15 to 30 minutes.

Results are instantaneous. You will see an immediate improvement in the treatment area. Most people need one treatment to achieve an optimal outcome. Supplemental “touch-up” treatments may be required to achieve and maintain the desired look.

Cost of treatment will vary depending on your specific needs and the area being treated. Generally, treatments range from $300 to $1000. This cost is comparable to what is spent on other beauty treatments such as hair, makeup and spa visits over the course of a year.

Juvéderm is injected directly into the skin using a fine needle to reduce injection discomfort. Your doctor may choose to numb (anesthetize) the treatment area to further minimize discomfort. The smooth-consistency gel of Juvéderm allows your doctor to administer it easily and smoothly.

Juvéderm is generally well tolerated. Possible side effects are mild to moderate in nature and relatively short lasting (less than 7 days). These may include temporary skin reactions such as redness, tenderness, and bruising, which are easily covered with light makeup.

Treatment requires minimal downtime and most people return to their normal routines immediately.

Risks

  • Minor Swelling or Bruising may develop at the injection site.
  • Some patients may develop a mild headache post-treatment.
  • Rarely, some patients may develop ptosis which is a temporary drooping of the eyelid in frown-line injections.
  • It is important to keep your head upright and not rub or massage the injection site, for 4 hours post injections.

Contra-indications

Juvederm Dermal Fillers are NOT an option if:

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • You have a history of neurological disease
  • Some common injection-related reactions could occur, such as redness, swelling, pain, itching, bruising, discoloration and tenderness at the site of the implant. These reactions noticeably decrease within 1 to 2 days after skin injections and within 2 weeks after lip injections.
  • Use ice on the swollen areas to help reduce swelling and redness. Do not apply heat to the injected areas.
  • Lip augmentation can look somewhat uneven after injection.  Therefore your results directly after treatment should not be seen as the final result

For the first 24 hours after treatment, avoid:

  • Strenuous exercise.
  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  • Extended exposure to sun, heat or freezing temperature.