Juvederm Specialist in Langhorne, and Philadelphia, PA
Common questions asked by clients: How much does Juvederm cost? How long does it take to see results from Juvederm? What is the best age to have Juvederm? Juvederm is used to treat aging signs and restore facial contours. It’s a facial treatment that concentrates on the cheeks, lips, and mouth area. You may look and feel your best with Juvederm treatments performed by our skilled and caring Dr. Durvi Patel at Center for SmartLipo. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Langhorne PA, Philadelphia PA, Newtown PA, Levittown PA, Bensalem PA, Yardley PA and surrounding areas.
As we age, our skin loses its elasticity, volume, and hydration. Thanks to advancements in cosmetic filler technology, there is now an option for patients to temporarily restore lost volume, resulting in smoother, younger, healthier-looking skin.
Juvéderm is a ‘next generation’ of smooth, long-lasting dermal fillers, and the latest advancement in hyaluronic acid (HA) cosmetic filler technology. Over recent years, hyaluronic acid, a substance found naturally in the body, has become a favored compound for replenishing the areas of the face where the skin’s volume and fullness have been lost.
JUVEDERM®: WHAT TO EXPECT
This revolutionary new addition to the skin rejuvenation treatments available at the Center for Smart Lipo brings a variety of benefits for patients seeking to restore a more youthful appearance with fuller, lifted cheeks that also help to reduce the signs of aging below the eyes and around the cheekbones.
The Benefits of Juvederm
- Using a naturally occurring substance from the skin, Hyaluronic Acid (HA), Juvederm helps replenish some of what is lost with aging.
- The treatment has been clinically proven to last up to 2 years.*
- There is little to no downtime associated with treatment and most patients resume their normal daily routine within 24 hours.
Appropriate for patients 21 years of age and over, Juvederm creates a subtle lift by adding volume to all areas of the cheek and turning back the clock on age-related volume deficit.