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Juvederm Vollure XC

Vollure is a temporary facial filler that uses Allergan’s patented Vycross™ Technology. It’s used for the treatment of volume loss, facial contouring of the face, and ‘static’ wrinkles in the nasolabial folds.

Juvéderm Vollure XC is FDA-approved to use the Vycross technology in the nasolabial folds, which also happens to be the number-one dermal treatment area.

“What’s exciting about Juvéderm Vollure XC is that it was shown to last up to 18 months from the initial or touch-up injection in a majority of subjects, which is the longest-lasting result shown in a clinical study in the nasolabial folds. This development is major news for many patients who typically get nasolabial folds area treated with fillers, but are looking for a filler that can provide results in the area for a longer time period.

Juvéderm Vollure XC has been approved in Europe since 2013 under the name Juvéderm Volift and has been met with success in more than 80 countries outside of the U.S. since then. Suddenly Slimmer Med Spa is proud to be one of the first Med Spa’s in Phoenix and Scottsdale Arizona to offer Juvédern Vollure XC!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is Vollure different from Voluma?

Vollure maintains correction and also allows easy movement in the treated area with a molecule weight mix specific for this area. Voluma is weighted a little heavier than Vollure and is not quite as elastic in nature. Volume replacement in the cheek is not subject to the same repeated movements in the mouth area, so a filler that’s a little stiffer, like Voluma, works best for cheek augmentation. Filler densities are area-specific Generally, you can expect the denser fillers to be used in areas that require deeper levels of product injection and thinner fillers to be used in areas that are frequently mobile. Juvederm’s four formulas, Juvederm XC (lines and folds), Volbella (lips and lip lines), Vollure (mid face moderate to severe lines) and Voluma (cheeks) all are designed to give you the best results in the areas they have been developed for. Ex: A patient with deflated cheeks, deep lines around the mouth and loss of lip volume would likely use Voluma, Vollure, and Volbella. Are there side effects? Any filler treatment will cause some initial swelling, redness and possible bruising. Usually, any side effects subside in a matter of days. Juvederm Vollure contains lidocaine for injection comfort

How long does swelling last after Vollure?

Dermal fillers like Vollure swelling last approximately two weeks!
There is some swelling that lasts up to two weeks after a Vollure treatment. Most people actually enjoy the swelling because it improves the appearance of wrinkles. Final results with Vollure are seen once the swelling subsides after approximately two weeks

Where can you use Vollure?

Vollure can be placed both superficially and deep and can be used both around the mouth and in the cheeks. Volbella is the finest of these fillers and ideal for filling fine lines and wrinkles and is meant to be injected superficially.

How long does Vollure last?

Vollure lasts for a long time; most clients can expect to see results last for up to 18 months. After your procedure, you’ll experience some swelling and bruising at the injection site. Once this dissipates (within a couple of weeks), you’ll start to see nasolabial folds disappear.

How much does Vollure cost?

Juvederm Vollure cost can vary depending on geographic location and provider experience and expertise. With that being said, the national average for a Vollure syringe is between $800-$1500.

Is Vollure good for under eyes?

For example, Vollure® works great to fill the tear troughs and undereye circles because it lasts much longer than other fillers and it is soft and malleable.

Does Vollure cause swelling?

The majority of the side effects experienced from Vollure are mild and temporary and may include swelling, bruising, tenderness, firmness, lumps/bumps, pain, redness, discoloration and itching.  This type of swelling tends to enhance your results by filling in the wrinkles and lips a little more than the product does.

Can Vollure go in lips?

Juvederm Vollure™ also creates a more natural lip augmentation.  They will also provide a more dramatic lip augmentation and provide a more plump and robust result in general. Suddenly Slimmer Med Spa experts has been injecting Vollure™ since the spring of 2017 with beautiful and natural looking results.

Can you use Vollure in cheeks?

VOLLURE™ is used to maintain your great results. In addition, it features a molecular weight that was designed for the cheeks. Because you do not move your cheeks repeatedly like you move your mouth, a heavier filler is perfect for cheek augmentation like Voluma.

What is Vollure used for?

JUVÉDERM® VOLLURE™ XC injectable gel is indicated for injection into the mid-to-deep dermis for correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds) in adults over the age of 21.

What is the difference between Juvederm and Vollure?

Juvederm Vollure is designed for treatment around the corners of the mouth and nose. This will allow you to get rid of marionette lines, nasolabial folds, and mild to moderate facial wrinkles and lines. Juvederm Voluma, on the other hand, is used to plump up the cheeks.



What is the difference between Vollure and Volbella?

Volbella contains the thinnest, most spreadable gel—perfect to fill fine lip lines or even smooth the delicate area under the eyes. Vollure combines a “happy medium” of durability and spreadability to treat nasolabial folds while allowing for natural facial expressions and movements.

Am I Juvederm Vollure XC Candidate?

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