Today, many people pay attention to cosmetic beauty procedures. Whether it's a face-lift or skin-fillers, people have claimed that plastic or cosmetic surgery procedures help them feel and look good. Juvederm is a procedures controls wrinkles and holds off old age for a while.
What is Juvederm?
Juvederm is an injectable dermal filler that is used by dermatologists, cosmetologists and plastic surgeons to fill wrinkles and lines in the face. The most common areas that Juvederm is used in are the deep folds in the face and the laugh lines around the mouth and nose. Juvederm uses a substance, which is already found in the human skin tissue, called hyaluronic acid. Juvederm is also used for plumping saggy hands, lifting cheeks, and lip augmentation.
How does Juvederm work?
Unlike Botox or any face lift, Juvederm fills the wrinkles and lines at the dermis layer of the skin. The skin cells are stretched out because of the Hyaluronic acid, which is what creates new collagens and reduces the look of creases and wrinkles. Also, Hyaluronic acid attracts and brings water in the skin helping it maintain the fullness in the area of injection. Before and after effects vary from every patient.
What are the side effects of Juvederm?
Although before and after effects vary, some side effects that are normal to experience are redness, bruising, and soreness of the area that has been injected. Also slight bleeding may occur however this is not to be concerned about unless it turns into an infection that may experience any pain, new redness, or swelling. If you are allergic to collagen or specific human proteins then you may experience rashes, hives, or flu-like symptoms. In some cases, bumps or lumps may form under the skin after a period of time and may be difficult to treat. Juvederm is an easy procedure and is free of any major side effects however, after the Hyaluronic acid is absorbed naturally by the body the procedure will need to be repeated after a few years.
The amount of Juvederm injections you may deep will depend on the amount of wrinkles being treated and the depth of each wrinkle. To determine the cost of your procedure book a consultation with us today.