As home to some of the best cosmetic surgeons in Aurora, Il, our team at the Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery stays up-to-date on new products as they hit the market. If you’ve been searching for the perfect laugh line filler, look no further than Juvederm’s Vollure. Vollure is a hyaluronic acid filler that was released in 2017. It’s ideal for treating and improving laugh lines that are also referred to as nasolabial folds. This is a versatile filler that is ideal for treating mild lines and folds that develop in the lower area of the face.
How Does It Differ from Other Products?
There are many hyaluronic acid fillers on the market, so what makes Vollure different from other options? First, it has a lower concentration of hyaluronic acid compared to other products; this combined with Vycross technology links the gel together to create a smooth filler that lasts longer. There is typically less swelling with this product compared to other alternatives as well, leaving you more time to return to your daily routine without a lot of social downtime.
Where Can Vollure Be Used?
This is a versatile filler and it can be utilized in many different ways. The majority of patients use this filler to help decrease deep facial wrinkles and folds. The ideal candidates for this type of filler have mild-to-moderate nasolabial folds or marionette lines. If you have a specific question about whether or not you are a good candidate for Juvederm Vollure, feel free to contact our team at CCLS!
How Long Does It Last?
This FDA-approved treatment is designed to last up to 18 months after the initial procedure. If you are receiving small amounts of Vollure in a very active area of your face such as your mouth, the results may last 6-12 months.
Can It Be Combined with Other Treatments?
Yes, it is safe to combine Vollure with other Juvederm products or combine it with other facial rejuvenation techniques. Vollure can also be combined with Botox in order to better enhance the full facial rejuvenation process. Our team is happy to walk you through different treatment options and give recommendations based on your goals.
What is the Down Time Like?
The downtime is minimal following Vollure injections. Its chemical structure and makeup create less swelling compared to other products that are approved by the FDA. Most patients experience a day or two of minor swelling and can return to their daily activities within 24-48 hours.
Are you interested in learning more about Vollure and how it can help you? Please schedule a consultation with our team at CCLS today!