What is Juvederm?
Juvederm is a procedure that involves injecting a gel into the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This procedure has been approved to treat moderate to severe wrinkles.
What is the procedure process for Juvederm?
The first thing that a doctor does is apply topical anesthetic cream to the area that is to be treated. After that, he injects small amounts of the juvederm gel into the skin. This procedure is relatively simple and can usually be completed in less than 45 minutes.
Who is the ideal candidate for Juvederm?
The ideal candidate for Juvederm is someone who is between the ages of 18 and 65. Candidates should also be in excellent health. Because the results of juvederm are only temporary, interested candidates should also have realistic expectations about the way that they want to look.
What are the benefits of Juvederm?
The main benefit that can be reaped from Juvederm is improved appearance. Even though wrinkles are a natural part of getting older, they can also make a person feel very self-conscious. If a person has fewer wrinkles, he will probably feel better about himself.
Cost of Juvederm?
There are a number of factors that cause the cost of Juvederm to vary. To know what the procedure will be for you contact Dr. Schwartz’s office for a consultation.
What are some of the side effects of Juvederm?
Itching, redness, swelling and redness are some of the most commonly reported side effects. Those side effects are mild and usually subside on their own. Difficulty breathing and allergic reactions have also been reported, but those side effects are extremely rare. It is important to note that the risks of adverse reactions are minimal if one gets this procedure done by a qualified professional.
How long does Juvederm last?
Juvederm results vary by patient. Typically a person will have to get periodic injections in order to maintain the results.
How long is the recovery time?
Most people can return to their normal activities within 24 hours of this procedure. However, it is important to note that the actual healing time can vary from person to person. People should not engage in vigorous activity until the discomfort and swelling has subsided.