Juvéderm is one of the most well-recognized and respected dermal fillers in the industry, and one of the pioneering hyaluronic acid filler brands.
There are several types of Juvéderm available. A consultation with an aesthetician at Cosmetica Med Spa can help you decide which is best for you.
While the cost of Juvéderm is per syringe, and you may use more than one syringe during your treatment, the results last for about one year, on average. This makes it a fantastic way to improve your youthful appearance without breaking the bank.
Juvéderm: What Is It Used For?
Juvéderm is a leading brand of dermal fillers that reduce wrinkles and lines, improve skin tone and color, and enhance plumpness and youthful appearance. There are several different types of fillers in the Juvéderm line, each with hyaluronic acid as the main ingredient.
Hyaluronic acid is a safe and effective filler, using a chemical that your body naturally produces to help hold moisture in your cells. Treatments like Juvéderm that use this filler can enhance the natural beauty of your lips, cheeks, and the contours around your mouth with few poor reactions. Results can last from six months to two years.
Injections of Juvéderm products take between 15 and 60 minutes, depending on where the filler is injected and how many injections you opt for.
This is now one of the most common aesthetic procedures in the United States. Many people around you have already had Juvéderm treatments, and you cannot even tell because of their natural, healthy appearance.
How Much Does Juvéderm Dermal Filler Cost?
There are different types of Juvéderm approved for use in the United States, so there may be slight price differences associated with these different lines. Your location may impact the cost of Juvéderm treatment as well.
Fortunately, Cosmetica Med Spa is a widely recognized cosmetic and wellness treatment provider, based in beautiful Boca Raton, a city with a reasonable cost of living.
The average price range for Juvéderm fillers is $400 to $650 per syringe. The average national cost of hyaluronic acid fillers, overall, is about $684 per syringe. As you can see, Juvéderm is not only a popular dermal filler, but also a cost-effective one.
There may be additional costs associated with Juvéderm treatment. For example, you may choose more than one syringe, or you may have several target areas, which could increase the cost per syringe along with the price for your aesthetician’s time. You could receive additional facial treatments with the filler, which would add some additional costs.
The cost of aftercare consultations or a filler reversal treatment might be factored in upfront, which could add to the overall cost.
If you are curious about more details regarding Juvederm treatment options, contact Cosmetica today for a consultation.
Long-Lasting Results of Juvéderm Treatment
Juvéderm treatment offers immediate results with few side effects. You can show off your glowing skin and lips the same day you receive injections! You may experience some pain, swelling, and bruising for a day or two after the injection, but this should clear up quickly.
Since Juvéderm fillers produce immediate results, you can see how well your face responds to treatment, right there in the treatment room. For example, if you receive lip filler, you may choose to use only part of a syringe to see how full your lips will become. Then, you can decide to add more if you want additional plumpness.
While you can see immediate results, Juvéderm does not dissolve quickly. Results are maintained for about six months to a year on average, depending on your metabolism, how much filler you received, and some other personal underlying factors. It is safe to get injections up to twice per year to maintain results or enhance your previous filler.
How Does Juvéderm Compare to Other Products?
Juvéderm was one of the original brands of hyaluronic acid facial fillers, helping aestheticians and cosmetic specialists move away from artificial fillers like silicone.
Hyaluronic acid fillers like the Juvéderm line are also some of the first fully reversible fillers. If, for any reason, you are unhappy with the results of your Juvéderm injection, you can return to your aesthetician for an injection of hyaluronidase, an enzyme that rapidly removes this filler from your body.
More people are satisfied with the natural, healthy glow they get from Juvederm than other types of facial fillers.
There are several lines of Juvéderm injections available around the world, many of which have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since 2006. Types of Juvéderm available in the US include:
- Voluma XC, which is an excellent cheek filler.
- Vollure XC and Ultra XC, which are both great fillers for around the nose and mouth.
- XC and Volbella XC, which is ideal for smoothing and plumping lips.
There are some Juvéderm injections that have not been approved by the FDA for use in US-based clients. Juvéderm Ultra 2, 3, and 4 can be purchased illicitly over the internet, but they should not be used by any US medical spa or cosmetic specialists. In addition to price, seeing these types of Juvéderm available at a clinician’s office can show that they are not the right provider for you.
Get in touch with the certified professionals at Cosmetica Med Spa for a consultation, which includes an examination of your face, a medical health history, and recommendations for types of Juvéderm or other dermal fillers, including a price breakdown.
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