Plump and Enhance with Voluma Dermal Fillers
Illuminate Skin Clinics Guide to Dermal Fillers
What is a dermal filler?
Dermal fillers are an injectable that helps to plump up the skin and reduce lines, mild scarring, enhance cheekbones and assists with facial contouring.
Voluma is a dermal filler that contains Hyaluronic acid volumiser that adds a ‘plumped’ effect to the areas that need more support.
What’s special about Voluma dermal fillers?
Voluma is one of the 5 dermal fillers in the Juvederm range with Lidocaine and is especially for chins and cheekbones. It’s easier to inject into the skin as the Hyaluronic acid was developed as a smoother formula.
The Voluma dermal filler has incorporated VYCROSS technology to deliver a natural look and feel that lasts up to 18 months!
Are Dermal Filler Injections Safe?
The FDA approved dermal fillers and they have been used for over 20 years for arthritis treatment, wound repair and eye surgery. Containing no animal products, dermal fillers are made out of Hyaluronic Acid which our bodies make naturally so there’s a reduced likelihood of allergic reactions.
Will the Voluma dermal filler hurt?
The Voluma dermal filler has been designed to be smooth which means it will be easier for your doctor to administer. This should reduce pain along with 0.3% Lidocaine for a comfortable experience.
Are Dermal fillers reversible?
Yes, hyaluronic based dermal fillers are reversible if you don’t like the results. Hyaluronidase is injected into the area and it will dissolve the filler within 24 hours.
Will there be any side effects to having Voluma dermal filler?
With all fillers, you may experience slight redness and swelling around the injected areas but this should go within a week.
Your doctor will go through a range of possible side effects from having dermal fillers.
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Disclaimer: Please be aware that results and benefits may vary from patient to patient taking into consideration factors such as age, lifestyle and medical history.