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Reasons to Consider Juvederm Voluma

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The skin is naturally going to lose volume and elasticity as you get older. While this common problem can occur nearly anywhere on the body, a lack of volume in the cheeks can add years to your appearance. Fortunately, you can easily solve this issue by getting Juvederm Voluma® injections. There are various reasons to consider getting Juvederm Voluma® injections.

Unhappy with Your Appearance

Nobody should have to go through life unsatisfied with the way they look. This will only ruin your self-esteem and confidence. If your unhappiness is being caused by an aging face, then you may want to consider Juvederm Voluma® injections.

Add Volume in Your Cheeks

Juvederm Voluma® works to improve your appearance by adding volume to your cheeks. Sunken cheeks are one of the most common signs of aging, but you do not have to live with this problem any longer. These injections are designed to go beneath the surface of the skin to restore the naturally beautiful contours of your face.

Take Years Off Your Appearance

Few things age the body more than sunken cheeks. Restoring the volume to your cheeks with Juvederm Voluma® injections could instantly take years off of your appearance. A clinical study has proven that Juvederm Voluma® patients can look up to five years younger after undergoing this simple cosmetic procedure.

Very Few Side Effects

A lot of people are afraid to undergo cosmetic procedures because they are wary of uncomfortable and serious side effects, but that shouldn’t be a problem with these injectable gel fillers. There are some minor side effects associated with this procedure, but they will not cause much discomfort. For example, you may experience some temporary redness at the injection site.

Little to No Downtime

Juvederm Voluma® involves little recovery, if any. Patients can resume most all of their normal activities immediately after the treatment session. Potential side effects will only last for a short period of time.

Long-Lasting Results

The results of a cosmetic procedure are meaningless if they do not last a relatively long time. You will be able to enjoy the excellent results of Juvederm Voluma® for approximately two years after your treatment session. Your cheeks will lose some volume after this time has lapsed, but they will still look much better than they did originally.

Safe to Undergo Multiple Treatments

Since this is an extremely safe procedure, you do not have to let your results fade. Undergoing a treatment session every two years or so will let you maintain your beautiful cheeks the rest of your life!

If you are interested in Juvederm Voluma®, make an appointment at Plateroti Dermatology in Templeton. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more information!

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