How Many CC of Juvederm do I Need for the Under Eyes? (photo)
- Asked by Toronto459
- 2 years ago
I got a good deal for juvederm, but the staff said that i need more than 1cc. I said i just need 1cc. After I came home i just realize they put it too low and I don't feel any different at all. I know my cheek doesn't have any fat. My question is how many cc juvederm i need it for ? i just need it for under my eyes, not my cheek. ( i went to another clinic before and they said 1cc -restylane- was enough) I Just wanna make sure i don't get scammed by that clinic. Thanks
Juvederm under eyes
I agree with Dr. Bridges and do not think that your main problem is under your eyes. I would use Sculptra to add mid-facial volume.
Web reference: http://brookwooddermatology.com
Juvederm for under eyes
You have quite a bit of midface volume loss. In my opinion, the amount of Juvederm you would need to really correct the issue would be excessive and costly. I would suggest either fat injection or Sculptra. In the end, either of these would likely be cheaper and would certainly last longer. Hope this helps...
Web reference: http://www.matthewbridgesmd.com
Juvederm for the Midface
It appears that you have lost volume in your midface area. You would likely benefit more from a product such as Radiesse to this site, rather than Juvederm in the tear troughs. You will most likely need more than 1 cc. I recommend you consult with a skilled injector in your area to discuss your individual goals and needs
Web reference: http://www.celibre.com/juvederm-injections.aspx
Augmentation under Eyes
You do lack volume in your cheeks, below your eyes. You will need more than 1 cc. I would recommend the the use of Radiesse, Sculptra, or your own fat.
You have significant volume loss. 1CC will give you minimal results, at best. I would suggest doing something more permanent, like fat. Juvederm will last up to a year and could be costly for you in the long run.
Best of luck to you!
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