WIFH Offers New Facial Filler Treatment: Juvederm Vollure XC
Vollure XC is a relatively new injectable that’s part of the Juvederm collection of hyaluronic acid facial fillers. The filler is used in Europe and other parts of the world under the name Volift. In 2017, this injectable gained FDA approval in the United States as Vollure. Highly effective in delivering natural-looking results, Vollure is primarily used to treat deep lines and folds around the mouth. Specifically, Vollure can help in smoothing nasolabial folds, enhancing areas around the lips, as well as reducing wrinkles around the eyes.
Juvederm Vollure uses Vycross technology, which combines different molecular weights of hyaluronic acid to yield results that last up to 18 months. In family of Juvederm facial fillers, Vollure is quickly become a popular favorite. Not only has it been shown to last for 18 months, but it delivers a very natural-looking appearance as well as natural feeling that allows supple facial movement.
Where to Get Vollure in Atlanta
Because Vollure is a simple and straightforward injectable treatment, choosing your provider may not seem as important of a decision compared to other more extensive treatments. However, the outcome of your Vollure treatment can depend significantly on the experience and skill of the individual performing the injection. The precise placement of the injection and the overall correction of volume loss is critical, and thus should be performed by an expert. At WIFH, you can trust a team of experts who have years of experience administering facial fillers like Vollure in Atlanta.
How Much Does Vollure XC Cost?
The cost of Vollure is typically priced by syringe. While cost will significantly vary depending on your location, provider’s experience, and your specific needs, the average cost is approximately $1,000 per syringe. However, when you choose WIFH for Juvederm Vollure in Atlanta, the cost is $650 per syringe.
*February Sale Price Now $600 per Syringe*
Is Juvederm Vollure Right for You?
There is no shortage of options when it comes to choosing a facial filler. Certain types of fillers are designed differently and thereby treat specific issues more effectively, such as Juvaderm Voluma for cheeks. For this reason, the specific issues you’re looking to enhance can help you determine if Vollure is right for you.
Vollure is typically the perfect choice among facial fillers if you are trying to soften lines around your mouth, namely the nasolabial folds. For other areas, such as the lips or around the eyes, it’s best to discuss your needs with one of our experts at WIFH. We can help you determine which filler option is the best for you and your needs.
How to Prepare & What to Expect?
To best understanding what to expect and how to prepare for Vollure, schedule a consultation with WIFH. A specialist in facial fillers can help set realistic expectations about your treatment and the potential results. They can also help to ensure that Vollure is the right choice of injectable for your needs. Because certain facial fillers are better for certain areas, and we can help you choose which is best for you.
Receiving Vollure facial filler treatment is fairly simple. In fact, it’s not far off from a routine visit to your doctor. An expert will prepare the filler in a sterilized environment and then administer a series of injections in the targeted areas. The injection itself takes only a few minutes Shortly after the injections have been administered, you will be on your way.
A vast majority of patients who receive Vollure experience no downtime. However, in some rare cases, patients can experience minor swelling, bruising, or redness. Although these side effects are unlikely, in the instance they do occur, they can typically be covered with makeup.
Side Effects of Vollure Facial Fillers?
Vollure is a safe injectable treatment with minimal side effects. As in the case with most facial fillers, the most common side effects of Vollure are bruising and swelling. In some cases, it can take upwards of two weeks for swelling to completely resolve. Similar to other facial fillers in the Juvederm collection, the hyaluronic acid that makes up Vollure can be safely dissolved with an injection of hyaluronidase. The number injections needed to fully dissolve Vollure will depend on the treatment that was originally received. However, most risks and potential side effects can be avoided with injections that are properly performed by an experience professional.
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