Why JUVÉDERM® Is a Great Dermal Filler

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 reasons I believe JUVÉDERM is a great dermal filler:

  • A versatile treatment, JUVÉDERM can address many treatment areas including marionette lines, nasolabial folds, hollow cheeks, and the fine lines that form above the upper lip. It diminishes the appearance of aging and can enhance specific areas of the face that have lost volume over time. This restoration of our youthful facial contours is also called the “Liquid Facelift”.
  • The smooth-consistency gel contains lidocaine to increase comfort during treatment. Patients are able to return to their daily activities immediately following each session.
  • Results last up to a year. Patients are often surprised to learn this important detail, and after treatment, they usually wonder why they waited so long.
  • The hyaluronic acid gel does not require allergy skin testing since it naturally already exists in our bodies.

JUVÉDERM has made quite an impact in the world of non-surgical cosmetic rejuvenation, and rightfully so. To be most effective, this treatment requires the skills of an experienced specialist who is well-trained in the science and also artistic nuances of youthful facial contour restoration or “Liquid Facelift.” Search for a board-certified facial plastic surgeon in your area who can further explain the benefits of JUVÉDERM in restoring your natural beauty.

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