Volbella in Madison, CT
It couldn’t be a more exciting time to consider lip augmentation at Aria DermSpa, thanks to FDA-approved Volbella®, the latest advancement in dermal fillers. With Volbella, gone are the days of fake and puffy artificial lips. For smooth results that are never drastic, Volbella offers a subtle enhancement of your upper and lower lips as well as a reduction in the lines around your mouth.
Made of a soft gel, Volbella’s active ingredient is hyaluronic acid, a natural substance in the skin that helps the skin retain moisture and softness, and—last but not least—adds the volume you crave. Best of all, Volbella is long-lasting! One treatment can plump your lips and smooth your lines for up to a year!
We are thrilled to be one of the first Volbella providers in Connecticut!
Frequently Asked Questions
Our expert team will carefully inject Volbella into numerous areas in your lips and around your mouth using a small needle. To increase your comfort, Volbella contains lidocaine, a light anesthetic which numbs the injection site. Dr. Donofrio and her expert staff will answer your questions and review your treatment plan prior to your Volbella session to ensure your experience is as enjoyable as possible.
Volbella can add volume to your lips as well as smooth lines around your mouth for up to a year.
If you long for fuller lips or wish to smooth the lines around your mouth, Volbella may be an ideal cosmetic tool for you. As always, you can count on the expertise and experience of Dr. Donofrio and the Aria DermSpa team to help you decide if Volbella can meet your needs.
The most common side effects of Volbella, including swelling, tenderness, and redness, are temporary responses at the injection site. Most of these side effects subside on their own.
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