Dermal Fillers are a very effective, and affordable, non-surgical way to bring a refreshed look to your face. One treatment can fill deep hollows, facial wrinkles, and fill loss of facial volume to give your face that younger appearance you have been seeking.
The oculoplastic specialists at Minnesota Eye Consultants use several different types of fillers, although Juvederm is a very popular and commonly used option. Each filler is made differently, and some work better than others to fill different types of wrinkles. At your consultation, we will discuss your options and help you choose the dermal filler that will best suit your particular situation.
Juvederm Dermal Filler
Young, healthy, radiant skin contains a naturally formed hydrating substance called hyaluronic acid. As we age, the abundance of hyaluronic acid is reduced, causing facial skin to lose structure and volume, resulting in unwanted wrinkles and folds. This also includes wrinkles and lines around your lips and nose.
Juvederm is a safe and effective way to bring back volume and reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles by replacing the hyaluronic acid that naturally diminishes.
Because Juvederm is a non-surgical procedure, you are free to return to your regular activities right after the treatment, and you will see the results immediately!
How Does Juvederm Work?
Juvederm dermal filler is a nonsurgical procedure, with no downtime. Your Minnesota Eye Consultants oculoplastic surgeon will use a fine needle to gently ease the Juvederm under the skin to fill the soft tissue of the dermis, adding smoothness and volume to the areas that once had wrinkles or folds.
How Long Do Results Last with Juvederm?
Depending on the deepness and amount of wrinkles, Juvederm can last up to a year with just one treatment.
What Makes Juvederm Different Than Other Dermal Fillers?
Juvederm is not the only filler that contains the skin’s naturally produced hyaluronic acid, but Juvederm is developed differently than the rest. Juvederm uses a manufacturing process called Hylacross technology, giving it a special smooth-gel structure that holds up over time. This allows results to last longer than other dermal fillers.