How much area can a syringe of Juvederm cover?
Good question. There are many factors involved in answering this question for you. The anatomy of your face, and where you are wanting injections. I would suggest being evaluated and the provider can give you specific answer based upon you anatomy.
Juvederm Syringe Coverage
Dear hello70:This is entirely dependent on your loss of facial volume and it is best to have this assessed in the form of a thorough facial exam. All the best.
How far does Juvederm go?????????
It is impossible to tell without photos and preferably an exam. One syringe of juvederm is adequate to augment lips. Your best bet is to go see an experienced injector. Best wishes
The best way to get your answer-- evaulation by a board certified plastic surgeon.
syringe of Juvederm is 1 ml of the product. The amount of “territory” that can
cover depends on the depth of the wrinkles you want to treat and the amount of
enhancement you desire of the lips. Typically upper and lower lips alone
require 1 syringe depending if you just need the corners of the mouth, or if
the nasal labial folds (the parenthesis) need filling in too.If you try to stretch 1 syringe out to too
many areas, you will not get enough effect anywhere and most likely be
dissatisfied by the results. The best answer is to be evaluated by a board
certified plastic surgeon who can assess your specific situation and come up
with a plan that can adequately address your concerns in the most cost
effective way possible.
Consult with your surgeon for an estimate...
The management of facial contour irregularities varies from
patient to patient and depends on the magnitude of the problem. In some cases, relatively small amounts of
Juvederm can be used to address multiple anatomic areas. In more severe cases, larger amounts of
Juvederm are necessary to adequately correct these problems.
therefore important to carefully evaluate each patient and formulate an
individualized treatment plan that addresses their anatomic findings and
cases, it may be possible to treat upper and lower lips, smile lines, and chin
lines with a single syringe of Juvederm when the deformity is relatively mild. In other cases, multiple syringes may be
necessary when deformities are more severe.
important to discuss these issues with your plastic surgeon. Your surgeon should be able to estimate how
many syringes will be necessary to address your concerns.
Juvederm syringe coverage
Hard to give an opinion without photos. Often volume will help the soft tissue structures of the face. You may wish to globally volumize the face, or address a certain wrinkle. Each patient is different. Choice of substance and placement may vary. Best to see an experienced injector. Tell him/her your issues and lifestyle. Together you will come up with an appropriate decision.
It all depends on the severity of your lines and wrinkles. If they are quite deep, then you'll need more product to fill them in. As a result, a syringe may be able to treat all of these areas, but only if your concern isn't severe.
Amount of Juvederm Needed
The amount of Juvederm needed to correct an area depends on the patient. Most patients can achieve a significant improvement at the nasolabial folds with 1 full syringe, while others might need more. Normally 1 syringe is sufficient to fill the lips. It is unlikely that 1 syringe would be sufficient for more than one area. If you want a very subtle result, then 1 syringe could possibly do the job, but it also may not last very long. It is always best to have a consultation where you can be evaluated in person so that the amount of product you will need can be determined.
Typically a 1 cc syringe of Juvederm Ultra Plus XC can be enough for most patients for treatment of the lips or the nasolabial folds. Some patients may benefit from 2 syringes. Make sure that the person injecting the Juvederm is a board certified plastic surgeon. Nurse injectors just do not have enough skill, training, education, or expertise to inject fillers.
Number of Areas a Juvederm Syringe Can Treat
How far a syringe “goes” depends on the area requiring
correction as well as the patient's individual aging process. If one syringe is
used to treat multiple areas you may find that you do not get your desired
level of correction and that the results do not last as long as they should. If
you are expecting subtle results one syringe of filler could reasonably be used
for the areas you are describing.