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Can I Safely Have Pelleve if I Had Juvederm 5 Months Ago?

Is it safe to have Pelleve if I had Juvederm 5 months ago? Will it dissolve some of the filler? (I wouldn't mind if it did as my results are still a bit too full).

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Use of Radio Frequency Treatment following Juvederm Treatment


Hello and thank you for the question.

The scientific literature would suggest that applying RadioFrequency treatment over the same area following a deep dermal treatment with hyaluronic acid derivatives does not appear to cause gross morphological changes in the filler material or surrounding skin. Subsequently, you should be safe to proceed with your Pelleve Treatment.


Glenn Vallecillos, M.D., F.A.C.S.

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Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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Pelleve after Juvederm


Pelleve after Juvederm is both safe and may extend the life of your filler by building collagen in that area.  It will not denature (dissolve) the filler.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

Radio frequency treatments and Juvederm or Restylane fillers

In my experience and in reviewing scientific literature there should be no problems using radiofrequency like Thermage or Pelleve after any hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm or Restylane. I hope this helps you in your decision making. Best regards!
Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Pelleve SAFE to combine with Injectable Fillers


Pelleve is newest innovation in non-invasive skin tightening, providing visible and lasting results with smoother, tighter skin.  It has been FDA- cleared to treat facial wrinkles without surgery.

It works by heating the deep layers of your skin using advanced radio-wave technology without damaging the epidermis, or top layer.  There has been no evidence to suggest that using a Radio Frequency treatment- such as Pelleve-on areas treated with hyaluronic acid or other types of injectable fillers will cause any change or deterioration in the injectable material OR change the look of the injectable correction previously achieved. 

The heat produced by the Pelleve causes the collagen in your skin to contract and tighten. After the treatment, your skin will start to produce new collagen. The result is an improvement in skin quality, firmness and tightness you can see and feel.

It is perfectly safe to combine Pelleve with Injectable Fillers. 

Melbourne Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 37 reviews

Pellevé and Juvéderm


Absolutely -- the radiofrequencey treatment will not dissolve your Juvéderm.  There are even some animal and human studies to suggest that there may be increased neocollagenesis (increased build-up of collagen) because the two may act synergistically.

New York Dermatologic Surgeon

Can you have radiofrequency skin treatments after juvederm injections?


There are no studies evaluting the effect of RF devices on underlying injectable fillers. We looked at 8 commonly used lasers/light devices overlying hyaluronic acid fillers and found only the very deep, aggressive treatments MAY effect the underlying injectable. I would agree with the other MDs that it probably won't effect your filler but we really don't know.

Dallas Plastic Surgeon
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Pelleve` 5 Months After Juvederm Injections


Hi Still,

Yes it is okay to have RF treatments such as Pelleve` five months after Juvederm.  Good luck and be well.

Dr. P

Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Radiofrequency can be done over fillers


We do not have evidence that radiofrequency, such as with Thermage, or similarly Pelleve, would destroy or the fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane.

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Manhattan Dermatologist
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Can I Safely Have Pelleve if I Had Juvederm 5 Months Ago?


Yes you can. See an injector doctor in your area to preform. Regards from MIAMI Dr,. Darryl J. Blinski

Miami Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 55 reviews

Mulitple fillers


It is perfectly fine to use different fillers to augment results. I do it all the time and add where I need it.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

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