Both Juvederm and Restylane are hyaluronic acid fillers, a gel based material that is the main constituent to the second layer of your skin, the dermis. Both products are FDA-approved for the treatment of nasolabial folds and have comparable safety and duration profiles. Which product is used depends on the area to be treated, patient, and physician preference.
How Do Juvederm and Restylane Compare, Safety-wise?
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Juvederm vs. Restylane - Are they safe?
As per the general concensus of the panel board, we too, agree that both products are comparable in safety and efficacy.
Choosing the correct amount of product for the treatment plan, combined with technique and skill, will lend to a a nice outcome.
Both equally safe
Both juvederm and restylane are equally safe, they are both hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers so you should feel comfortable with either.
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Restylane and Juvederm safety is like Chevy and Ford safety--it's all in the driver!
They are both HA fillers made to high standards by good companies. Both are FDA-approved. Both do the intended job and last equally long.
The experience and artistry of the injector is the key, not the choice of product! Best wishes!
Juvederm vs Restylane (safety-wise)
Both Juvederm and Restylane have about the same safety profile. Both are similar products which consist of hyaluronic acid. The most common risks are bruising, redness, and swelling of the skin. Rarely, more serious complications can occur which require immediate evaluation by your provider.
Restylane vs. Juvederm
Both are great fillers... Both are safe... Both are FDA approved... Experienced injectors make the difference in your results...
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Dr. Grant Stevens
Restylane vs Juvederm
I have used both extensively but personally prefer Restylane because I found in many patients that Juvederm caused more swelling than expected. That is just anecdotal though and not based on a scientific study.
Juvederm and Restylane are equally safe hyaluronic acid injectable gels.
In my opinion, not only are Juvederm (which is technically Juvederm Ultra) and Restylane equally safe, they are also equally effective, and equally long-lasting. Physicians tend to have preferences based on various issues, but if your physician gets good results with the one she is comfortable using, either is fine. I believe it is a myth that one is better or worse for certain areas. You are better off with whichever the physician is more comfortable using. Differences and problems tend to be related to the injector, not the material.
Choosing between Restylane and Juvederm Ultra
Both Juvederm Ultra and Restylane fall in the hyaluronic acid category. Their efficacies are very similar and they are essentially used interchangeably. Many physicians, including myself, have a preference of one over the other. More important than the product is the skill level of your injecting clinician. When considering undergoing injectable filler treatments, always seek a qualified and experienced medical professional.
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Glenn Vallecillos, M.D., F.A.C.S.