How Many Cc's Are in a Juvederm Syringe?

Are there usually more than two tablespoons in a Juvederm syringe? Thanks.

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Juvederm syringe volume

Juvederm comes as a 0.8 mL volume syringe. A single tablespoon is equivalent to 15 mL so as you can see, a single syringe of Juvederm is only a fraction of the volume of a tablespoon. When the material is injected into the skin, however, Juvederm attracts a significant volume of water so it is capable of filling a larger volume in the skin than its volume in the syringe.

San Diego Dermatologist
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0.8 cc in a Juvederm Syringe

 There is 0.8 cc in a syringe of both Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm Ultra Plus. While Allergan claims that this is equivalent to what is in a Restylane syringe  which contains 1.2 cc, most physicians doubt this claim. Allergan feels it fills better than its competitor.

Arnold R. Oppenheim, MD
Virginia Beach Dermatologist
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Juvederm Syringe

A single Juvederm syringe contains 0.4ml of filler, with lidocaine its 1 ml. In comparison to tablespoons a syringe is much less. When injected in the face a 1 ml syringe can make a dramatic difference.

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Volume In Syringe of Juvederm

There is 1cc or 1mL of product in a syringe of Juvederm, which is much less than 2 tablespoons. Although this sounds like a small amount, it tends to fill areas with volume deficits nicely and the amount you will need can be determined by your injector.

Steven H. Williams, MD
San Francisco Plastic Surgeon
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Juvederm quantity

The juvederm syringes contain 0.8 cc of filler, the product with lidocaine make it about 1cc.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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0.8 cc in a syringe of Juvederm

There are 0.8 ccs in one syringe of Juvederm. Two tablespoons have about 30 ccs. The amount of water that binds to the Juvederm once it’s in your subcutaneous tissue is significant so the volume effect is not related to only 0.8 ccs of filler.

Ronald Shelton, MD
Manhattan Dermatologic Surgeon
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