WHAT IS VOLLURE?
Juvéderm Vollure XC, is now the first and only hyaluronic acid dermal filler approved for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds) that lasts up to 18 months in people over the age of 21.
How is Vollure different from other fillers?
Vollure is a part of the Juvederm line of products and uses their specialized Vycross technology. This technology allows Vollure to last longer than many other fillers, for up to 18 months. Some other Juvederm products, like Voluma and Volbella, also use this technology, but contain different amounts of hyaluronic acid, their active ingredient.
This difference in the concentration of hyaluronic acid in these products allows them to correctly treat specific skin issues and areas of the face. Vollure's smooth hyaluronic acid, makes it perfect for treating moderate to severe lines in the lower face (such as marionette lines, nasoabial folds or smile lines, and oral commissures).
WHY DR. ZADEH?BECAUSE HE CARES.
When getting any dermal filler, it’s important to choose an expert physician injector for your treatment. Dr. Zadeh is an experienced provider of Vollure and other injectable fillers, and has years of experience applying the product. This experience, combined with his expert knowledge of facial anatomy, allows him to apply Vollure skillfully, with the best possible results.
What should I expect when
The first step toward receiving Vollure is to meet with a qualified doctor like Dr. Zadeh to discuss whether or not Vollure is right for you. Once you have decided on the treatment, you can schedule a session time.
The Vollure dermal filler injection procedure usually takes around 20 minutes. Because Vollure contains lidocaine, a local anesthetic, there should be little to no pain or discomfort.
Results of Vollure can be seen after your first session but, depending on the amount and severity your wrinkles and folds, you may need to have multiple sessions for optimal results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Vollure reversible?
Yes, Vollure can be safely and quickly dissolved by your doctor if you would like to reverse the treatment.
How many treatments of Vollure are needed?
The number of Vollure treatments you may need depends on your individual treatment goals and the severity of your existing wrinkles and folds. For some, one treatment may be enough, while others may need several sessions.
Does Vollure hurt?
Because Vollure contains lidocaine, a local anesthetic, there should be little pain or discomfort while receiving the treatment.
How long does Vollure last?
Vollure is one of the longest-lasting dermal fillers available today— it can last for up to 18 months.
Before and After
Are you ready to start treating your facial lines, wrinkles and folds? Contact Dr. Zadeh today to schedule a consultation and see if Vollure is right for you.
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