Voluma for Brows, Smile Lines and Cheeks?
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Where do they put the Voluma?
Since this is a deep dermal product designed ( and FDA approved) for the midface volume, I would say that, based on your photos, if you were in my office I would not choose that.
I might suggest Belatero for the under eye area, and definitely a neurotoxin ( Xeomin or Botox) for the browlift you are looking for. This is done on the forehead and brow area.
Hope this helps you!
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Voluma is not for the brow area
I have used Voluma for years here in Canada and the area between your eyebrows is not an area for Voluma injections. It is much too thick. Voluma has just been approved for usage in the US but it will probably be a while until it is available. Do not have it injected between your brows. You can have a thin product such as Belotero injected there, but make sure you consult an experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon for this area. Voluma would be an appropriate product for your cheeks when available and for now, Juvederm Ultra Plus or Perlane could be used for your cheeks and the lines beside your mouth. An experienced injector of Botox and filler should be able to help you.
First, Juvederm Voluma isn't available for use in the U.S. yet. Probably later this year. It is being studied for central facial volume loss in the cheeks. Because it will be a larger molecule size, it would not be a great idea to put it in the forehead, or even into the NLF lines, unless you have very significant loss there, which you don't.
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Juvederm for forehead?
Hi Tory. It's not very common to use dermal filler in the forehead. In some cases, we will use it to correct very deep creases in the area between the eyes, but almost never in the forehead.
As for the cheeks, you are a great candidate. Both for the groove at your upper cheek and for the nasolabial folds (laugh lines). 2-3 CC's would probably do the trick.
Voluma for Brows, Smile Lines and Cheeks
Injectables and facial aging.
Voluma for Midface Lifting is perfect!
Voluma for brows, cheeks and smile lines?
Thanks for the question and photos. Voluma, while an excellent filler, is not for use in the forehead or for the lines around your mouth. It is now FDA approved in the US for cheek volumization and does the best job of the available fillers for shaping and lifting when used in those areas. For eyebrow lift, artistic use of Botox can achieve some amount of eyebrow lift to brighten your eyes.
As you seek advice and treatment, be sure that you consult an experienced board certified plastic surgeon, facial plastic surgeon or dermatologist (or two), or a certified injector under their direct supervision. In general, it is far better to choose your injector than the filler. An experienced injector chooses filler the way an artist chooses a brush. Each filler or neurotoxin has a specific effect and is used accordingly. I hope this helps. Best wishes.
Juvéderm Voluma is for cheek volume and lift, not brow creases
The area between the brows is best treated with Botox to relax the muscles that are creating the pleated appearance. Usually Botox alone will rejuvenate that area. Sometimes following with a filler, such as Restylane or Juvéderm Ultra or Ultra Plus is helpful, but not Voluma. Voluma is not meant for between the brow.
Best Use of Voluma for Cheeks
It appears that Voluma would be quite helpful for your cheeks. For your glabella (the area between and above your eyebrows), Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin would be the best treatment with a small amount of Restylane injected very carefully in the vertical lines between your brows. Injectors must be very cautious in this area because of underlying blood vessels that if occluded with filler can cause severe complications. Once again, it is most important that you choose your injecting physician most carefully. Good luck and be well.
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