Return your face to its youthful fullness
Although visible signs of aging commonly develop around the eyes, nose, and mouth as a result of collagen loss, the cheeks also experience aging in the form of volume loss. This can result in a sunken or hollow appearance, but at VITAHL Medical Aesthetics, we offer Juvederm Voluma® to restore shape and volume to the midface without surgery or downtime. We were one of the first offices in the country to offer this safe and effective dermal filler and we continue to be a leading provider in the Denver area.
What is Juvederm Voluma®?
A trusted name in skin rejuvenation, Juvederm® products contain some of the most effective concentrations of hyaluronic acid on the aesthetic market. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body and binds with water to retain the shape and volume of your skin. Voluma® is the first dermal filler that is FDA-approved to target volume loss in the cheeks, and like other dermal fillers is administered underneath the skin with a fine needle.
What are the Benefits of Juvederm Voluma®?
For patients who qualify for treatment, this injectable can have many advantages:
- Subtle, natural-looking results that can last for up to two years with optimal treatment
- Quick treatment sessions that are easy to fit into any busy schedule
- Visible facial improvements without any extensive surgery or downtime
- A safe, comfortable treatment for a wide range of patients and skin types
Are There Any Side Effects?
As with any injectable treatment, slight redness, swelling, and bruising may occur. This product contains lidocaine to improve comfort during your procedure and can help significantly reduce any post-treatment soreness. These minor side effects are temporary and should subside within the first day or so. While Voluma® is safe for a wide range of both men and women of varying skin types, factors such as your health, medical history, treatment expectations, and aesthetic goals will be discussed during your consultation to help you determine if this injectable is the best course of treatment for you. Any additional safety information will be shared with you prior to treatment.