Is the Juvederm procedure painful? The upper lip area and the frown lines around your face
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Juvederm Injection: Not Very Painful
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The lip area is probably one of the most sensitive areas to have injected.Many of our patients use a topical numbing cream to the area. Overall the treatment is tolerated by most patients very well. You will do fine and will love your results! Best of luck.
Juvederm and discomfort
Is Juverderm painful?
Injection of fillers can cause discomfort but this is usually tolerable. Application of topical anesthetic 45-60 minutes prior to injection can make the process much more comfortable as the initial needle stick is not painful. Juvederm contains lidocaine, so after initial injections the area treated becomes numb quickly. In cases where patients are very nervous, I will perform nerve blocks similar to what you have when you go to the dentist to make the injection process very comfortable. Most patients find the actual injection process the most uncomfortable with only some minor soreness as the local anesthetic wears off.
Best of Luck!
Is Getting Juvederm Painful?
Is Juvederm Injection Painful?
Juvederm and pain
Getting fillers does require an injection, which can be uncomfortable. However, numbing medication is used to reduce the discomfort. The pain is usually short lived and mainly during the procedure. Afterwards, the area can be a little sore afterwards.
I typically apply a numbing cream before the procedure and sometimes use numbing injections. The lips can be sensitive, but the numbing cream helps significantly. Juvaderm and other fillers have numbing medication mixed in, so that also helps.
I recommend you meet with an experienced injector and go for it!
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