Am I a Good Candidate?
Juvederm injections are suitable for patients with moderate to harsh wrinkles and folks, gaunt cheeks, or thin lips. It is important to have realistic expectations when coming in for these treatments.
Patients who are pregnant, allergic to any of the ingredients in Juvederm, or experiencing skin infections in the treatment regions are not ideal candidates for these dermal fillers.
The Treatment Process
A Juvederm treatment is quite simple and convenient. The entire process will typically only take at most around a half hour. First, the parts of the face targeted for treatment will be marked carefully to guide the injector during the Juvederm session.
Local or topical anesthesia may then be applied, though in some cases, local anesthesia can be included in Juvederm products instead. The chosen Juvederm filler will then be injected into the marked areas to increase their volume. Once the injections have been delivered, the treatment process will be finished.
After the Session Is Complete
No recovery time is needed following a Juvederm injection session. Because of this, patients can immediately resume their daily lives without any need for a period of frustrating or painful downtime.
After your session, do not drink alcohol or perform strenuous activities. Additionally, it will be important to avoid sun overexposure and other kinds of extreme heat exposure.
The price of Juvederm injections depends on factors like the amount of the product that is injected. The CareCredit program is a financing option that can help with Juvederm cost.