How many syringes of Juvederm needs for cheek enhancement in average?
How Many Syringes of Juvederm Needed for Cheek Enhancement?
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Using Juvederm for cheek volume
I love using Juvéderm for cheek volume. While many doctors promote other fillers for the cheeks, I find that using Juvéderm in adequate quantities produces beautiful results predictably, and reversibly.
I offer significant discounts for multiple syringes to encourage great results through adequate filling.
Jeuvederm Cheek Enhancement
How much Jeuvederm is needed is highly patient dependent. Without an exam, photos of how you look and how you want to look it would be impossible to figure out. I can tell you that we usually start with a syringe on each cheek then have patients return in 4-6 weeks to determine if additional injections are required.
Juvederm for cheek enhancement?
Volume replacement on cheeks can require a fair amount of filler so a picture would be of great benefit. I love Juvederm but tend to use it more for lines, lips, earlobes and use the heavier, thicker products for cheek enhancement. These would include Radiesse, Restylane and Perlane. Sculptra is my injection of choice for volume loss in the lower and lateral cheeks. Every filler and collagen stimulator has its place for optimal use.
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Number of Syringes of Juvederm for Cheeks?
In some patients I recommend facial fat grafting to the patients for these areas, because the patient will save money over injecting Juvederm. If you only need 2 syringes then, Juvederm is reasonable. However, if you are seeking considerable augmentation, fat grafting makes more sense.
Amount of Juvederm needed for cheek enhancement
The amount of filler like Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane or Radiesse that is required really depends on the person, how sunken or flat their cheeks are, what their goals are, the age of the patient, etc. Best to speak with a highly trained dermatologist or plastic surgeon for the best treatment options for you. In most cases, I'd say 2-3 syringes will do a great job.
An artful dermatologist can use a small amount of filler and obtain AMAZING results!
In my hands, a very small amount of filler, injected precisely into the areas of natural volume loss, can enhance and lift the face significantly.
The goal is a natural result that is lifted and sculpted, not artificial and heavy cheeks that make one actually look older.
I hope that helps :)
Juvederm for cheek enhancement
To properly evaluate you for cheek enhancement you would need to be examined. Sometimes it takes one for each side and sometimes it takes more.
Best fillers for cheek enhancement
When comparing fillers to be used for cheek enhancement, it is important to understand the difference between "stimulatory" fillers and "wrinkle" fillers”. When treating problems due to volume loss such as cheek hollows and sagging skin, I will almost always use stimulatory fillers such as Radiesse or Sculptra. They are injected deeper, beneath the skin, and will generate more volume to create a much better lifting effect for sagging skin. They work by stimulating your skin to produce more collagen, which is why they are so effective for problems due to volume loss, and give longer-lasting results too. Juvederm or Restylane are Hyaluronic acid gels which are used as wrinkle fillers because they are injected more superficially, being injected in the skin rather than beneath it. They should not be used to create volume. The number of syringes necessary to give a nice result will depend entirely on the degree of volume loss which can vary dramatically from one person to another.
Juvederm for Cheeks
Thank you for your question. I would recommend using at least 2 syringes for cheek enhancement, but everyone is different with their facial anatomy and treatment goals. I would recommend a consult and treatment under the supervision of a Board Certified Dermatologist or Plastic Surgeon for best results and safest treatment options. I hope this helps!
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