JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC FROM THE BOSTON CENTER FOR FACIAL REJUVENATION
As skin loses its youthful elasticity, wrinkles, deep lines and folds inevitably form. Sun damage, weight changes, smoking, and genetics further increase these changes, all contributing to the early signs of aging. Dermal fillers have become a staple at the plastic surgeon’s office, plumping tissues and smoothing wrinkles, however the results often only last a few months. Today, Dr. Leonard Miller and the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation can offer patients a long-lasting, cutting-edge option in wrinkle reduction and facial enhancement Juvederm Vollure XC.
ABOUT JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC:
Vollure is a cutting-edge dermal filler from the Juvederm family but has added newly patented Vycross technology which makes the filler have less swelling. This unique formulation gives Vollure the ability to consistently plump moderate to severe wrinkles and smooth deep nasolabial folds, between the nose and mouth. The filler can also restore natural-looking volume across the cheekbones and the jawline, enhancing the facial features for a younger appearance. Approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a safe and effective treatment, Juvederm Vollure XC can provide results that last for 12 to 18 months.
Juvederm Vollure XC will:
- Ease deep nasolabial folds (between nose and mouth)
- Plump moderate to severe facial lines
- Restore volume across the cheeks and jawline
- Last for up to 18 months
JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC IN BOSTON:
At the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation, all Juvederm Vollure XC injections are applied in the comfort of a private treatment room. Once the target area has been determined, the provider will apply Vollure, directly under the skin, using a small needle. Sessions generally take less than 30 minutes and are not considered painful. Vollure is premixed with lidocaine, a local anesthetic, which gently numbs the area during treatment. The injections are normally well-tolerated; however, Dr. Miller can provide an additional, topical numbing cream, or local block as needed.
JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC RECOVERY AND RESULTS:
Little to no downtime is required after a Juvederm Vollure XC session. Many patients are comfortable returning to their usual activities right away, including work. Initially, patients may experience tenderness, mild swelling, or bruising along the injection area, although these will dissipate over the first several days. Vollure is FDA-approved as a safe treatment, with little chance for serious complications such as infection or nerve damage.
Results from Juvederm Vollure XC are immediate. Patients will note a significant change in the targeted lines, creases, and wrinkles that same day. An improvement in jawline or cheek contours can be seen right away, as well. As any residual swelling, bruising, or redness resolves over the following days, the results will continue to improve. As Vollure’s HA kick-starts the body’s production of collagen and elastin, the benefits of each treatment will be extended. Depending on the treatment area and the extent of correction, results from Juvederm Vollure XC can last up to 18 months. As the wrinkle-reducing benefits begin to wane, the treatment can safely be repeated to further maintain results.
THE COST OF JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC:
Juvederm Vollure XC, and other aesthetic treatments, are not covered by medical insurance. To make paying easier, the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation takes cash and all major credit cards. For patient convenience, Dr. Miller also accepts medical financing through Care Credit. Patients are encouraged to apply online for immediate approval.
Dr. Leonard Miller is a board certified plastic surgeon, and with three decades of experience, he is widely considered one of Boston’s top cosmetic professionals. Together with a renowned aesthetic staff, Dr. Miller provides the safest and most effective surgical and noninvasive cosmetic procedures available in New England. If you are unhappy with the appearance of fine lines, deep wrinkles, or any of the early signs of aging, Juvederm Vollure XC may be right for your needs. Call the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation at 617.735.8735, or fill out our online Contact Us form, to get additional information or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Miller.
JUVEDERM VOLLURE XC FAQ:
What is Juvederm Vollure XC?
Vollure is the newest dermal filler from the Juvederm family of injectable. Created from hyaluronic acid, Vollure is the first and only filler approved by the FDA to provide improvement for deep facial lines and nasolabial folds that last up to 18 months. In addition to moderate to severe wrinkles, Vollure also restores lost facial volume, especially across the cheeks and jawline.
How soon will I see the results from Vollure?
Benefits of Juvederm Vollure XC from the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation are immediate. The results will continue to improve over the next several weeks, as swelling resolves and the body’s natural production of collagen is accelerated.
How long will my Vollure results last?
Juvederm Vollure XC is the first and only soft tissue filler, approved by the FDA, to last for up to 18 months. To maintain the results, a repeat Vollure session can be scheduled once the benefits start to fade.
Who is a good candidate for Juvederm Vollure XC?
The ideal candidate for Juvederm Vollure XC will be over 21, unhappy with the appearance of deep nasolabial folds or moderate facial lines. The injectable is safe for all skin types and ethnicities. Potential patients with a known allergy to lidocaine or hyaluronic acid are not good candidates for Vollure. In this case, Dr. Miller will recommend an alternative treatment. Additionally, those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have an active skin infection may be asked to postpone their Vollure treatment until a later date.
Will my Juvederm Vollure XC injection hurt?
Juvederm Vollure XC injections are generally not painful, although it is common to report a pinch or pressure during treatment. To ensure patient comfort, Juvederm Vollure XC is premixed with lidocaine, a local anesthetic. Additionally, Dr. Miller can provide a topical numbing cream, upon request.