Improve Your Appearance with Juvederm

The natural aging process, genetics and environmental factors can have negative effects on your skin. The wrinkles and lines caused by these factors can make you look less attractive, and they can even make you feel older.

The aging process is notorious for causing skin to sag and lose volume. If you want to fight back against unsightly wrinkles, then Juvederm® could be right for you.

Introducing Juvederm®

Juvederm® is transparent gel filler, and it’s designed to be injected into your face. The main purpose of this filler is to add volume to your face, but it’s also effective for increasing skin elasticity.

It has the power to smooth away wrinkles and requires a single treatment. Since the results look very natural, most people will never know that you’ve received the treatment.

What are the Benefits?

As a smooth injectable filler, Juvederm® offers a number of different benefits, and it’s an excellent choice for individuals who’re seeking non-surgical anti-aging treatments. Juvederm® is very effective at correcting facial folds and wrinkles, and it’s one of the only FDA approved fillers that offers results that last can last up to 12 months.

When compared with other hyaluronic acids, it is much smoother and doesn’t have a granular texture. With a smoother texture, it flows easily through your skin. Since the layers of your skin contain natural hyaluronic acid, the side effects produced by Juvederm® are very mild.

Another benefit of Juvederm® is the lack of required testing. Unlike many other types of fillers, it doesn’t require allergy testing before injection. Some common areas that can benefit from Juvederm® are the areas around the forehead, nose and mouth. It can be used on all skin types.

Are You a Candidate?

If you’re thinking about getting these injections, then you need to know if you’re a good candidate. You should consider this treatment option if you’re concerned about facial wrinkles and lines. It might also be a suitable option for people who’ve lost volume in their face.

Juvederm® is very effective at filling the sunken areas around the cheekbones and eyes. It can even improve the appearance of thin lips and surgical scars. If you’re dealing with any of these cosmetic issues, you should consider this treatment.

What Does the Treatment Involve?

A typical treatment session shouldn’t take longer than half an hour, and you shouldn’t experience any downtime. Before the treatment begins, your skin will be cleaned. Next, the Juvederm® will be skillfully injected into the target area.

The long-lasting results are what attract many patients to this treatment option. If you want the results to last even longer, you can simply schedule follow-up appointments at our office.

Learn More During a Consultation

Schedule an appointment at Skin Deep Laser MD to learn more about how this injectable can enhance your overall appearance. Our office is located in Fort Worth, TX. Contact us today to request a consultation!

Staff Writer

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