You appear to have had a nice result from your Volume volume restoration. In the index study that got Volume its' FDA approval it was found that 67% of the Voluma was still present at 24 months, it is reasonable to have supplemental injections every 12-18 months after your initial treatment depending on your appearance and needs. Good luck!
It appears you had a very nice improvement with the Voluma and I believe it was a good next step for you. The product should last up to two years and really requires no maintenance in the meantime. Be certain to use a good sunscreen and moisturizer. Best wishes, Dr. Lepore.
Hello, Voluma would seem to be a reasonable choice if you have already been happy with other HA fillers such as Restylane. It is typically used for adding volume rather than filling fine lines.
I recommend botox and conservative amount of fillers for maintenance. In addition, a skin care regimen with Clear and Brilliant laser or chemical peels and V-Beam to treat the sun damage. Best, Dr. Green
Thank you for your question. You had a nice fullness to your cheeks to start. If you needed Voluma at all it should have been a minimal amount. You should concentrate on sunscreen, a good skin care regiment, and perhaps gentle lasers like Clear and Brilliant or Laser Genesis. Regards, Dr. Matt Elias
Thank you for your question and I am sorry to hear that your Voluma results have not been what you anticipated. I can see your areas of concern. I do believe that after a good skin care regimen that the use of a wrinkle relaxer such as Botox, and fillers, like Juvederm or Voluma are the next steps in maintenance. I am attaching a link to my blog where I cover many of these topics. If you recently had the Voluma injected (less than a month ago) then I would allow your results to settle and become more natural appearing. If it has been longer than a month you can dissolve the Voluma to restore your prior appearance. You had a very nice facial shape and it appears as if too much Voluma was placed and placed too far back along your cheek.