Does it leave any long term results?
Is Volbella permanent or not?
Doctor Answers 6
Longest lasting filler for the indication
Great question. Juvederm Volbella XC is a temporary hyaluronic acid filler indicated for perioral rhytids (vertical lip lines) and can provide subtle soft lip augmentations. The FDA has approved it for this indication and due to it's various molecular weights, Allergan has researched it to last up to 12 months. There is however a cumulative effect from receiving filler injections through the bodies natural response to trauma. Once injected, filler allows the inflammatory response to occur and the human bodies reaction is to send off fibroblasts or small collagen networks. I find that subsequent filler injections can go longer stretches in between due to this cumulative effect. Please keep in mind out of all the HA fillers available, this product has to be expertly and meticulously placed to avoid lumps, bumps or blue discoloration. It is very important to find a provider who has performed thousands of Juvederm injections as well as a top provider in their region. In my practice we have been within the top 1% provider of Botox and Juvederm in the country for over a decade.
Length of Effect of Vobella
I use VOLBELLA primarily for fine work- namely tear thoughts and fine filling of lines. It is also excellent for chicken pox and acne scars, as well as atrophic scarring. It is comparable to the Restylane light range, however with the cross linking of HA, I do think it last longer.
Dr Davin Lim
Laser and Aesthetic Dermatologist
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Is Volbella permanent?
Volbella lasts up to twelve months
Volbella is an excellent lip filler that lasts longer than most lip fillers, typically 9-12 months instead of about 6 months. It is not permanent. However, as with most fillers, with repeated treatments, there does appear to be a longer duration of effect. ~ Dr. Benjamin Barankin, Toronto Dermatology Centre.
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