Regaining your Youthful Allure with Juvederm Vollure
Love the skin you’re in with Juvederm Vollure
Taking good care of the skin is often a difficult challenge. Daily exposure to the sun’s UV rays, pollution in the environment, and even stress build up can all cause break downs in the collagen, and other connective tissue fibers, long before natural aging processes would normally cause wrinkles.
Once the loss of these vital proteins occurs, the skin is no longer able to retain moisture between its layers; this reduces its inherently full, smooth texture. Juvederm Vollure is a non-surgical treatment that allows the skin to regain the appearance of its natural facial fillers.
Where can Juvederm Vollure be applied?
As with other, similar Vollure filler products, Juvederm Vollure XC can safely be injected in to areas around the mouth and lips. It is used to effectively treat moderate-to-severe lines that lead from the nose to the lips (nasolabial folds), from the lips to the chin (marionette lines), or at the corners of the lips (oral commisures).
Facial fillers may also be used to treat additional areas such as vertical lines occurring between the nose and the lips, folds found on the cheeks, or under the chin, and fine lines near the eyes.
A Vollure filler vs. Botox
While there are many ways to soften, or even remove the look dof fine lines, it is important to understand exactly how a treatment works in order to make the best choice for your skin.
- A Juvederm Vollure injection uses hyaluronic acids (HA), to increase the volume in areas where the skin has suffered damage and formed folds. Since HAs occur naturally in the human body, and specifically perform the function of attracting and retaining moisture, this treatment imitates the materials that have been lost over time and has few reported side effects. Furthermore, with the onset of new vycross technology, the facial fillers that make use of hyaluronic acids have increased in efficacy.
- A Botox injection reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by using a neurotoxin from the bacterium Clostridium botulinium to freeze, or paralyze, the facial tissues. Botox has been used safely for decades, but it may cause side effects.
How long will the treatment last?
Results are often immediately noticeable in clients who have had a Juvederm Vollure lips treatment, and the product is FDA-approved to last up to 18 months due to its unique vycross technology. Individual outcomes may vary depending on the amount of dermal tissue loss prior to treatment; however, additional applications may be used as needed.
Where can I find more information on Juvederm Vollure XC?
Clients near the Dallas, Plano, or Frisco, Texas area who are interested in having a consultation to discuss treatment options for skin enhancement are invited to contact the office of Medical Anesthetics of North Dallas at (214) 577-1777. Dr. Eisenberg and his experienced staff look forward to helping you reach your personal well-being goals.