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Which Juvederm Dermal Filler Do I Need?

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You’ve definitely heard of the Juvéderm family of dermal fillers if you’ve been seeking for solutions to diminish facial wrinkles, replace lost volume, enhance fullness, plump your lips, or contour a youthful facial shape.

Volbella, Vollure, Voluma, Ultra, and Ultra Plus are the five fillers that make up the Juvéderm family. Like every family, the Juvéderm family has a cast of distinctive characters with specific responsibilities to perform in face rejuvenation.

Types of facial fillers

  • Hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, others). This natural component of the skin’s connective tissue is the most common filler used for wrinkles. The results typically last 12 to 18 months. Depending on your needs and problem areas, different JUVÉDERM kinds yield varying outcomes. BHPS® can explain the injection procedure and provide the best recommendations after your assessment. One of the JUVÉDERM fillers listed below might be provided by our skilled team.

All JUVÉDERM fillers are an injectable gel comprised of hyaluronic acid molecules that have been cross-linked. Particles of the same molecular weight as hyaluronic acid make up some JUVÉDERM fillers. There are three of them: JUVÉDERM XC, Ultra XC, and Ultra Plus XC. These fillers are frequently used to earlobes, lips, and to lessen the appearance of parenthesis lines that run from the corners of the mouth to the nose. Additionally, marionette lines and other wrinkles around the lips and nose can be treated with JUVÉDERM in BHPS®.

In Vycross technology, a larger proportion of low molecular weight HA fibers are combined with fewer high molecular weight HA fibers to increase crosslinking effectiveness (for product cohesivity). When the low molecular weight fibers are crosslinked, a more compact network is created.

Difference of Voluma, Vollure and Volbella

Some people have thin, poorly defined lips. You might even detect the so-called smoker’s lines, which are vertical lines above the lip. Because their lipstick leaks into these lines, many women frequently complain about them. For people who prefer a more defined lip border rather than necessarily bigger, fuller lips, as well as for those who want a treatment for lip lines that looks natural, Volbella is the ideal lip filler. The Volbella filler is the thinnest and easiest to spread of the three. Around the mouth, there are vertical lines and wrinkles known as “Smoker’s Lines” or “Lipstick Lines.” The orbicularious orbis muscle, which surrounds the mouth and regulates its mobility, is what causes these lines rather than smoking specifically. Although aging skin is the primary cause of smokers lines, other factors such as sun exposure, frequent puckering, and straw use may also be to blame.

The lip filler VOLBELLA

Cheek volume is frequently linked to youth. Patients who have sagging cheeks or hollow skin might use Voluma to add volume to the midface. Voluma can be used to fill in concave temples as well. The good news is that Voluma’s effects can be observed for up to two years. The least spreadable and thickest of these three fillers is voluma.

Vollure filler is used in regions like the forehead, lips, and the back of hands where a soft appearance is desired because it is frequently described as smooth, like honey. Following injection, Vollure spreads readily to offer the treated area a very natural-looking smooth appearance. The spreadability and thickness of Vollure are both medium.

What is the difference between Volume, Vollure and Volbella

Because Juvéderm Ultra XC has a low G prime and a high water affinity, it is soft, supple, and good at keeping moisture for a pleasant plumping effect. This makes it our preferred choice for lip augmentation. Juvéderm Ultra XC can help you achieve the perfect lip by adding a little extra volume and shape, and the effects last up to 12 months.

Juvéderm Ultra Plus XC can smooth out wrinkles and folds around the mouth and nose (also known as marionette lines and nasolabial folds), and its effects can last up to 18 months. Juvéderm Ultra Plus XC is thicker and more viscous than Ultra, It produces more dramatic results in areas with deeper wrinkles and hollows in the skin.

Ultra Plus XC

Generally speaking, Juvederm Ultra’s lighter, thinner consistency is more suited to treating hollows and wrinkles around the lips and eyes because these areas tend to have finer, more delicate lines. Juvederm Ultra Plus, which is thicker, is injected into the mid- and deep-dermis layers, enabling higher volume deposition across a significantly broader area. This enables it to remove wrinkles and folds from the face, cheeks, and nasal labial folds, often known as smile lines, that are more deeply ingrained.

Learn about the various filler kinds.
The thickness and consistency of the various JUVÉDERM filler formulas allow for a variety of applications. When you contact BHPS®, the experts there are delighted to talk about your particular objectives. They can help you decide which filler is best for you and your goals. This allows for a personalized, individualized experience that you won’t find anywhere else. They also have a wide range of other cosmetic treatments such as Botox, Radiesse, and Juviderm that can be used to enhance your results.