Juvéderm® XC and Vollure XC in Madison, CT
Juvéderm® XC and Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC are specially formulated with hyaluronic acid to replace lost facial volume due to the natural effects of aging. Juvéderm® and Vollure can replenish your skin’s elasticity, moisture, and structure for dramatic yet natural-looking revitalization to your skin.
FDA-approved Juvéderm® XC and Vollure XC can reduce the appearance of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, including smile lines, marionette lines, and vertical lip lines. Vollure XC differs from the original Juvéderm® XC formula by containing a larger variety of molecular weights of hyaluronic acid for longer-lasting results, up to 18 months, as opposed to Juvéderm® XC, which can provide up to 12 months of rejuvenation.
Both Juvéderm® XC and Vollure XC can be used to reduce the appearance of:
- Smile lines (nasolabial folds)
- Marionette lines (vertical lines from the corners of the mouth to chin)
- Smoker’s lines (vertical lip lines)
Before & After
Frequently Asked Questions
As we age, our skin loses hyaluronic acid, a natural substance in the body that promotes volume and moisture. Juvéderm® and Vollure dermal fillers work by replacing lost structure and volume, smoothing out facial lines and folds.
Initial results can be seen immediately. However, optimal results will be seen within two weeks following treatment.
Results can last between six and 18 months, depending on the type of dermal filler you receive.
Little to no downtime is required after a Juvéderm® or Vollure dermal filler treatment, so patients can immediately resume daily activity.
With a smooth consistency and lidocaine infusion, Juvéderm® and Vollure provide a comfortable treatment. The most common side effects are swelling, bruising, and redness at the injection site. These typically dissipate quickly and on their own.
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