The world's most popular dermal filler is JUVÉDERM®, and for good reason. The #1 choice amongst doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals alike offers 5 different products to meet your needs—add volume in plump lips or smooth out wrinkles on the face with one of these injectables today!
Approved Uses For Juvederm injectable gel is for deep injection in the cheek area to correct age-related volume loss and for augmentation of the chin region to improve the chin profile in adults over 21. JUVÉDERM® VOLUMA™ XC
JUVÉDERM® VOLLURE™ XC , JUVÉDERM® Ultra Plus XC , and injectable gels are for injection into the facial tissue for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds. JUVÉDERM® VOLLURE™ XC injectable gel is for adults over 21. JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC
injectable gel is for injection into the lips for lip augmentation and for correction of perioral lines in adults over 21. JUVÉDERM® VOLBELLA™ XC
injectable gel is for injection into the lips and perioral area for lip augmentation in adults over 21. JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC
Juvederm FAQS What is Juvederm?
Juvederm is the ideal treatment for restoring facial contours and improving signs of aging. It's an injectable dermal filler with a base in hyaluronic acid that focuses on your face, specifically around cheekbones as well as lips to give them more volume than before!
How long do Juvederm fillers last?
Fillers can last a variety of durations depending on the specific type, but usually they are safe for up to 2 years with more robust fillers like Voluma. While Juvederm Ultra typically only lasts 1 year before needing another treatment or procedure done again.
What is Juvederm best for?
The Juvederm family of injectables has been a long-standing top choice for dermal fillers, allowing many patients to experience more confidence through youthful appearances. With use on wrinkles and folds in addition to lips enhancement , it's no wonder why this product is so popular!
What is a good age to get fillers?
If you're looking to combat signs of aging, your mid-20s is often a good time. Your body starts losing bone and collagen around age 26 so it's an excellent opportunity for maintenance injections that will require less product as compared with waiting until later in life when more damage has already been done!
Who should not use Juvederm?
These products should not be used in patients who have severe allergies, marked by a history of anaphylaxis or history or presence of multiple severe allergies, and should not be used in patients with a history of allergies to Gram-positive bacterial proteins or lidocaine contained in these products.
Juvederm What should I tell my doctor before getting Juvederm?
The following are important treatment considerations for you to discuss with your doctor and understand in order to help avoid unsatisfactory results and complications.
Minimize strenuous exercise and exposure to extensive sun or heat within the first 24 hours following treatment. Exposure to any of these may cause temporary redness, swelling, and/or itching at the injection site. Tell your doctor if you are using any medication that can prolong bleeding, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or other blood thinners. As with any injection, this may increase bruising or bleeding at the injection site. Tell your doctor if you are planning laser treatment, chemical peeling or any other procedure after treatment with JUVEDERM®. There is a possible risk of an inflammatory reaction at the treatment site. Tell your doctor if you are on therapy used to decrease the body's immune response. Use may result in an increased risk of infection. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. The safety for use during pregnancy, in breastfeeding females, or in patients under 18 years has not been studied. Tell your doctor if you have a history of excessive scarring (thick, hard scars). The safety of JUVEDERM® injectable gel in patients with a history of excessive scarring has not been studied and may result in additional scars. Tell your doctor if you have a history of pigmentation disorders. The safety of JUVEDERM® in patients with a history of pigmentation disorders has not been studied. Use in these patients may result in changes in pigmentation.
Juvederm What should I do before getting Juvederm? DO NOT consume alcoholic beverages at least 24 hours prior to treatment (alcohol may thin the blood and increase the risk of bruising) Avoid anti-inflammatory/blood-thinning medications, if possible, for a period of 2 weeks before treatment. Medications and supplements such as aspirin, vitamin E, ginkgo Biloba, ginseng, St. John's Wort, Omega 3/Fish Oil supplements, Ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, and other NSAIDS have a blood-thinning effect and can increase the risk of bruising and swelling after injections. Schedule your Juvederm appointment at least two weeks prior to a special event you may be attending, such as a wedding or a vacation. Bruising and swelling may be apparent in that time period. Discontinue Retin-A 2 days before and two days after treatment. Reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you have a rash, cold sore, or blemish on the area. Be sure to have a good breakfast, including food and drink, before your procedure. This will decrease the chances of lightheadedness during your treatment. You are not a candidate if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. What should I do after getting Juvederm? Avoid significant movement or massage of the treated area. Unless instructed by the provider. Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours. Avoid extensive sun or heat for 72 hours. Avoid consuming excess amounts of alcohol or salts to avoid excess swelling. If you have swelling, you may apply a cool compress for 15 minutes each hour. Use Tylenol for discomfort. Try to sleep face up and slightly elevated if you experience swelling. Take Arnica to help the bruising and swelling; start at least two days prior to injections.