Do you want to get rid of your facial wrinkles and folds or add some plumpness to your lips and cheeks? If so, then Juvederm may be the perfect solution for you.


Dermal Filler


Juvederm is one of the latest dermal fillers introduced to the U.S. market. It provides the highest concentration of cross-linked hyaluronic acid of any currently available hyaluronic acid dermal filler for long-lasting results. This creates a smooth consistency gel that flows consistently and easily into the skin and provides a smooth, natural look and feel.

Treatment Areas

Juvederm injections add volume to volume-deficient areas of the face. In general, Juvederm adds volume to the cheeks, lips, and jawline; treats wrinkles extending from the nose to the mouth (smile lines), from the mouth to the chin, and fine lines and wrinkles above the lip; and diminishes the appearance of frown lines.

Lip injections

What does Juvederm do?

Recently approved by the FDA, Juvéderm™ injectable gel is a “next-generation” dermal filler. The smooth consistency gel helps to instantly restore your skin’s volume and smooth away facial wrinkles and folds, like your “smile lines” or “parentheses” (nasolabial folds—the creases that run from the bottom of your nose to the corners of your mouth).

Jawline filler

How long does it last?

Depending on the type of Juvederm used, it generally lasts between 1 – 2 years. Another factor includes the natural makeup of each individual person. Most injectable dermal fillers require follow-up therapy to maintain results.

Cheek filler

Does Juvederm work immediately?

It begins to smooth and plump the face as soon as it is injected. However, it usually takes another two weeks for the results to fully develop. If you’re seeking fuller, firmer, and smoother facial skin without having to get extensive surgery, injectable fillers could be the right choice for you.

What to expect. 


Say “cheese”

Pictures taken before the procedure provide a better view and understanding of the areas to be treated, and can be consulted when discussing specific goals with the practitioner. When compared to your “After” pictures, they are an effective way to track treatment results over time.


Personalized muscle diagnosis

The practitioner first conducts a personalized assessment of your facial anatomy. She identifies the best treatment for achieving optimal results. Next, she marks the exact injection points with a white makeup pencil. Your injection sites will be cleaned with an antibacterial agent. For lip injections, the practitioner administers a nerve block. If you experience any pain at the injection site, a cold instrument will aid your skin along with anesthetic ointment to numb the treated area.


Begin treatment

The injection itself takes a few moments per treated area. Your practitioner injects, massages, and evaluates the area being treated. Using the marked points as a guide, the practitioner proceeds with injections and determines the minimum amounts needed to achieve the desired effect. If needed, additional filler may be used to make sure you are happy with the results and that it meets your aspirations. Depending on your personalized treatment, the process may range from 15 to 60 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

What is Juvederm?2023-04-23T15:51:40-04:00

Juvederm is a smooth gel filler made of hyaluronic acid. It helps replenish volume and fullness to areas of the face. 

Is getting Juvederm painful?2023-04-23T15:51:39-04:00

While any injection can be painful, there are ways to mitigate it. The Juvéderm XC products contain a local anesthetic. Nerve blocks, a vibration device, and ice packs can also help.

Is Juvederm safe?2023-04-23T15:51:39-04:00

Juvederm is safe if the treatment is performed by an experienced practitioner with extensive knowledge of facial anatomy. Results are reversible by injecting an enzyme that breaks down hyaluronic acid.

What are side effects of Juvederm?2023-04-23T15:51:38-04:00

Common side effects of Juvéderm include injection site reactions such as:

  • tenderness
  • swelling
  • firmness
  • lumps/bumps
  • bruising, pain
  • redness
  • discoloration
  • itching
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