Category Archives: Juvederm

JUVÉDERM®: The Ideal Treatment for Plump, Pretty Lips

Lip enhancement with Juvederm in Vancouver

For my patients interested in lip injections in Vancouver, I recommend an excellent dermal filler called JUVÉDERM. It is made of a substance that naturally occurs in our skin, hyaluronic acid. JUVÉDERM comes in a variety of formulations to meet the lip-plumping needs of all different kinds of patients. As we age, our skin loses elasticity and volume. The lips…

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Cheek It Out: JUVÉDERM VOLUMA™ XC

There is quite a buzz about JUVÉDERM VOLUMA XC at my Seattle practice. It’s the first injectable approved by the FDA to specifically treat the loss of volume in the cheeks. So far, the results are definitely something to get excited about. Plastic surgeons are realizing more and more that one of the keys to providing patients with the more…

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Why JUVÉDERM® Is a Great Dermal Filler

When I’m asked about non-surgical facial rejuvenation, one of my favorite options to recommend is JUVÉDERM for my Boston and international patients. Made with hyaluronic acid gel (a natural substance we already have in our body), this dermal filler gel enhances volume in specific areas of your face where we lose it as we age. Here are some of the…

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Understanding Fillers

Dermal fillers such as JUVÉDERM® are great for my Denver-area patients who want to soften wrinkles, fill in lost volume in the face, or enhance the lips. With so many types of fillers on the market, how do patients know which one is right for them? Here’s some information on some of the most popular options: JUVÉDERM and Restylane®: These fillers contain…

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Platelet Rich Plasma for Cosmetic Use

You may already know about PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy to help repair and regenerate soft tissue after injuries. Now, there is more exciting news. Success in this area has led to further developments that include the use of PRP for cosmetic improvement. Using the Body’s Own Healing Properties PRP has long been used to promote healing following sports injuries…

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