Is 2 tubes of Voluma on each side too much? It would be a total of 4.
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How much Voluma to use
filler used to enhance the appearance of the face. For my patients I normally start with two syringes (one per side). This is a conservative amount. I have patients return two weeks later to take after photographs to assess the results once swelling has subsided. At that point the patient can decide whether he/she would like further enhancement. Some patients have 6-8 syringes; everyone is different. Please consult with a doctor for specific
recommendations. Good luck!
The amounts of Voluma depend on your individual case
I usually wait a few weeks after the first injection to re-inject. In most patients this is very safe and normal.
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Is 2 tubes of Volume too much?
Thank you for your question. The amount of filler needed to provide optimal results varies from patient to patient. Two syringes in each cheek typically is not too much. However, without an in-person exam it is difficult to say how much Voluma is ideal in your case. I recommend you see an expert injector, such as a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to determine the number of syringes needed to achieve your desired look.
Additional Syringes of Voluma
The number of syringes needed to achieve the desired results varies from person to person. People who have had similar procedures completed in the past may have differing needs from people who are having this type of treatment for the first time. It is very common for our patients to return for additional syringes because they love their results so much! Best to you, Dr Faraz
When I was involved in the FDA trials for Voluma, about six vials were used on average in each patient.
4 syringes of Voluma
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