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Is Juvederm Right For You?

Considering Juvederm Treatments in NJ

There comes a time when someone looks in the mirror one day and realizes the reflection no longer matches the youth still inside. Time ultimately confronts us all and takes a toll on our bodies, both inside and out. On our faces, nasolabial folds become more pronounced while lines crease our brow and accent the eyes and lips.

If you are ready to return to looking how you feel, Juvederm should be on your shortlist of treatments to consider. Keep reading to learn whether Juvederm is the right choice.

What is Juvederm?

Juvederm is part of a family of dermal fillers constituted by hyaluronic acid. It is injected into the areas of the face where wrinkles and folds have become more pronounced. Unlike similar hyaluronic gel products, Juvederm is completely smooth instead of granular. The benefits are a more malleable and realistic end-result.

Hyaluronic acid is a sugar that occurs naturally within the body, it works by retaining water at the injection site and serves a cushion. The injection site will have more volume and smoother skin.

There are various versions of Juvederm products. Some incorporate lidocaine, a local anesthetic that makes the injection more comfortable. Typically, lidocaine takes only seconds to numb the area. In addition to numbing agents, more complex versions of Juvederm – Juvederm Ultra Plus – have been created to increase the efficacy in reducing wrinkles and producing volume.

How Long Does an Appointment for Juvederm Take?

One of the most appealing factors of Juvederm is that optimal results can usually be achieved after only one appointment. After discussing where you want the treatment done with your doctor, the following appointment will allow for the injections to be made by syringe. Results should be immediate, but there may be some swelling for 24-72 hours afterwards.

How Many Injections of Juvederm do I need?

For desired results, it shouldn’t take more than one session. However, if you wish to maintain the benefits of Juvederm, another session will likely be required every nine months. This, however, varies from person to person.

Is Juvederm Expensive?

Compared to surgeries, which are not only expensive but also require a recovery period, Juvederm is much more affordable. With said, the injections can become more expensive if you wish to maintain the results for several years or desire a significant amount of filler.

The average cost of Juvederm in the United States in priced at about $450 to $600 per syringe.

What are the Side Effects of Juvederm?

The most immediate side effect is possible swelling after the treatment. This should dissipate within 1 to 3 days. It’s advisable to avoid social events during this period.

For some, more significant reactions to the treatment may also include redness, soreness, itching, or discoloration where the dermal filler was injected. Others may experience a slight blush or bruising as well. To avoid exacerbating these side effects, avoid anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen. These regularly cause bleeding and pronounced bruising.

Choosing the Right Cosmetic Procedures in New Jersey

At Marano Eye Care, we want to see your eyes healthy. We also want to see them brighten when you look in the mirror! That’s why Marano Eye Care offers cosmetic eye services in addition to medical procedures. We take all procedures in our offices very seriously and will never do anything without making sure that you are fully informed prior. If you are interested in receiving Juvederm treatments, make an appointment today to discuss your options. And while you’re at it, come in for your annual eye exam!

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