JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC $350 – 0.5 CC Syringe or $500 – 1.00 CC Syringe
JUVÉDERM® Ultra Plus XC $350 – 0.5 CC Syringe or $500 – 1.00 CC Syringe
Volbella® $369 – 0.5 cc Syringe or $489 – 1.0 cc Syringe
Vollure® $369 – 0.5 cc Syringe or $489 – 1.0 cc Syringe
Voluma® $500 – 0.5 cc Syringe or $700 – 1.0 cc Syringe
Kybella® $500 – 1.0 vial
No, JUVÉDERM® can be used as a lip filler and to plump up lip borders and get rid of lip wrinkles, but it can also be used for much more than that. It can be used to eliminate those lines around the corners of the mouth which are sometimes called marionette lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet, nasolabial folds, and it can also be used as an earlobe filler.
As you get older, your skin starts to lose elasticity and sag. That’s a natural part of the aging process. As the body gets older, it produces less collagen, which is the substance that causes young skin to be firm, plump and to have good elasticity. Many factors can affect how your skin ages. Heredity plays a role in how you look as you age. So does your lifestyle. If you drank a lot or smoked often or spent a lot of time in the sun those things all have an impact on your skin. But JUVÉDERM® can give you back the youthful appearance that you want even if you didn’t treat your skin very kindly in the past.
Your lips also lose fullness as you get older. And while there are cosmetics that can temporarily plump up your lips, JUVÉDERM® is a long last solution to solve all your skin issues. You will be amazed at how easy it is to look like the best version of yourself even as you get older.
The effects are natural looking because it is made from a natural product. Unlike other types of fillers that look fake, JUVÉDERM® simply enhances your appearance to make you younger. It’s not a drastic change like you may see with an invasive surgical procedure, but it is a slow and natural enhancement to your skin.
JUVÉDERM® injections don’t take long at all, just like Kybella. They don’t require any type of invasive surgery, and you will notice results immediately. Most of the time the treatment takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 1 hour depending on what is being done. You can even get it done on your lunch break. Our specialist may use lidocaine or a topical anesthetic to make the procedure more comfortable for you, but in general, it’s not that uncomfortable for most people.