Is 2 tubes of Voluma to much?
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Without assessing you in person, it is impossible to say whether or not this is enough or too much. My best advice would be to make certain that you are seeing a board certified plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist with a lot of injectables experience and then trust his or her recommendation.
Voluma in the cheeks
Without a photo, it's difficult to recommend a specific treatment plan. However, I can say that I commonly use two syringes of Voluma in my patients. Some need a little more, some need less. To maximize the likelihood of a favorable outcome, I recommend that you only get treated by a well-trained and experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
Hope this opinion is helpful to you. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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Thank you for your question. Two syringes of Voluma, one syringe for each side, is a typical amount for the area you are describing. On average, I use 2-3 total syringes to start off with. If you have a very slender face you may be able to get results with less. However, it is difficult to determine the volume needed without a consultation. I recommend you follow up with your Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to discuss your concerns.
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Voluma is my favorite product and I love how natural it looks. It is very reasonable to start with one syringe for each cheek. If here is a great deal of volume loss then you may need additional volume. When it is the first time I usually recommend having two syringes. Best, Dr. Green
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To be sure what is best for you, see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment. I hope this helps.
Two tubes is OK
So the amount is not a lot and should not be too much.
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