Juvéderm Voluma Education
Welcome! Juvéderm Voluma Education
At Quinn Plastic Surgery, we believe that all women want to look and feel their best.Juvéderm Voluma helps make lasting changes so you can feel more comfortable in your own body. Based on your unique circumstances, Quinn Plastic Surgery offers a variety of procedures to help you achieve your goals.
After exploring our Juvéderm Voluma Education Center, contact us to schedule a consultation to learn more about your options.
Juvéderm Voluma vs Other Facial Fillers?
The duration of Voluma’s effects are nearly double that of Belotero and Xeomin. Voluma lasts anywhere from 18 to 24 months, while Belotero and Xeomin may last for up to 12 months.
Voluma is made of hyaluronic acid, similar to Belotero and Xeomin, but has greater overall benefits for patients.
The injection process for Voluma is less painful than other facial fillers because it is injected deeper into the skin, where there are fewer nerves. Patients will experience limited bruising, as the injection point is underneath the blood vessels in the mid-face area.
The treatment area for Voluma is the mid-face region, or cheeks. As you age, the hyaluronic acid in your skin decreases, creating spaces in your cheeks that cause hollowing and sagging. If your cheeks are sagging, you may appear older and tired. Voluma is designed to revitalize the cheeks and give you that youthful glow you desire.
Voluma’s fast-acting formula will shape and contour your cheeks with minimal recovery time. Many patients resume their daily activities immediately after leaving the doctor’s office, and without fear of facial bruising. The point of injection may be tender for a short period, but this is easily remedied with over-the-counter pain relievers.
The most common side effects of Voluma include tenderness, firmness, swelling, lumps/bumps, redness, pain, slight discoloration, and itching. These side effects are mild, and often resolve on their own.