Know More about Juvederm Filler
There are several reasons why you would think about fillers. Whether it is age-based facial improvements, or you just wish to improve your natural appearance, fillers provide an easy and convenient way to enhance your gorgeous face. If the fillers are applied to the right area with just the right volume by a professional doctor, it can make you look fabulous, and you don’t need to scream out to the world that you had filler injections or lip injections Toronto.
Facial fillers are used to plump lips and cheeks, or to fill the troublesome spots of the face that appear wrinkled and making them look older than their present years. To do this, we use Hyaluronic acid – moreover, we have more fillers like Juvederm, Teosyal, and Restylane.
Where Can Juvederm Use?
Juvederm injections can be used to treat:
- Moderate to severe facial wrinkles and it lasts from 9 months to 1 year.
- Smile lines – lines extending down from the nose to the corners of the upper lip.
- Cheeks – This involves the removal of lines and regeneration of face volume lost due to aging or weight loss.
- Chin – used to shape the chin, add definition and firmness
- Lips – to refill the amount lost as a result of age, or to make full lips
- Marionette Lines – vertical lines and wrinkles under the mouth corners.
- Crow’s Feet – manage wrinkles and fine lines that are seen in the corner of a yes due to age, smoking, and sun exposure.
- Frown lines – address lines between the eyebrows caused by muscle contraction.
Juvederm is intended to tackle the symptoms of aging, sometimes labeled “3 Ds of aging.” In other words:
- Deterioration: caused by wrinkles, fine lines, and changes in skin texture
- Deflation: due to loss of volume or full features
- Descent: resulting in droopy or sagging skin
How Does It Work?
The gel of Juvederm is first injected into the middle layer of the skin and it adds volume to the skin and smooth wrinkle. Next, the skin tissue is integrated with the water molecules to maintain volume in the injected areas.
What About The Recovery Period?
There’s really no recovery because the inconvenience and downtime are tiny. Slight swelling can occur that resolves in a week or less.
Does It Hurt?
Most of the patients do not feel any pain during and after the procedure. But in some cases, very sensitive areas can be numbed with a local anesthetic if required.