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“What makes Juvederm Voluma different than Juvederm?”

Guenthner_July_Horiz_CCIn the world of fillers, sometimes it’s easy to get a little confused. Which filler goes where?! One filler question we often hear at DermIndy is “What’s the difference between Juvederm Voluma and Juvederm?” Juvederm Voluma is the newest filler made from hyaluronic acid, the same material in your joints, that provides more volume to the cheeks. Voluma is an injectable facial filler created by Allergan to plump, lift, and volumize. It is the first and only FDA approved filler used to treat volume loss in the mid-face and cheeks. The previous Juvederm family of products was mostly for filling in the parentheses lines or plumping the lips. For these areas, Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm Ultra Plus give a very beautiful and natural result. Juvederm Voluma has a different purpose. For patients that feel their lower eyes have a hollowed out appearance and their cheeks aren’t as plump as they used to be, Juvederm Voluma is the answer.

One of the best benefits about Voluma is that it lasts up to two years. On the day of your Voluma treatment you should avoid strenuous exercise and alcoholic beverages as well as excessive exposure to heat or sun. If you are interested in learning more about Juvederm Voluma please contact our Plainfield or Zionsville office to set up a complimentary cosmetic consultation. Call us to schedule at 317.584.6332. LIKE us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on Giveaways, Promotions, and News at The Dermatology Center of Indiana. Thank you!

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