Combination Filler Treatment with Juvederm and Juvederm Voluma

Since Allergan released their newest filler product, Juvederm Voluma, a few months ago, we have been getting lots questions about what makes this filler different from Juvederm and how can the two fillers work together to achieve optimal results.

These two fillers are different in that they are used to treat different parts of the face in different ways. The more commonly known filler, Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus, has been available since 2006 and is one of the most popular fillers for fine lines, folds and lips.   Juvederm Voluma is the first and only FDA-approved filler to instantly add volume to the cheek area causing it to re-contour and “lift.” While Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus smoothes lines and folds, Juvederm Voluma improves a tired and gaunt appearance.

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Having a combination treatment of Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus and Juvederm Voluma can provide better overall facial rejuvenation results in some patients. If the fine lines are filled without first correcting volume and proportion, the lines may be less visible at first, but the patient’s overall look may not improve as desired. In many cases, if a patient’s “foundation” is first corrected with Juvederm Voluma, their treatment of Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus for lines and folds will lasts longer.

If you are interested in learning more about Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus and Juvederm Voluma or the combination treatment, schedule a consultation with one of our doctors: (504) 288-2381. Save $125 when you receive one syringe Juvederm Voluma and another syringe of Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus or Juvederm Voluma. No pre-purchase. Must receive combination filler treatment during the same visit. Offer expires August 29.

Don’t forget that you can also earn Brilliant Distinctions points with any Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus and Juvederm Voluma treatment for future savings!

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