Juvederm Ultraplus XC
This filler can soften the folds from the side of the nose to the corners of the mouth. This area is often referred to as the parenthesis. The depth of your folds can be softened which will reduce the signs of aging creating a more youthful appearance. Juvederm Ultraplus™ lasts up to one year.
JUVÉDERM® Ultra Plus XL FAQs
What does JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus treat?
This is a great treatment for moderate to deep folds of the face to make them softer.
Will I need more than one JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatment session?
JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL, like all dermal fillers, is not a permanent solution, but the effects could last for up to 6 to 12 months. At that point, your body absorbs the filler material and you will need additional treatments if you want to maintain your results.
How do I find the best plastic surgeon for JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments near me?
When looking for a dermal filler provider, look for a place that is clean, certified, and has experience addressing your skin concerns. Dr. Stephen Small is a board-certified plastic surgeon who understands what filler is best and is expert in facial anatomy and cosmetic procedures. Why trust your face to anyone other than a board-certified plastic surgeon?
Will JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments hurt?
JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL injections typically take between 20-30minutes depending on the area treated. While these injections feel like a typical needle prick, each injection contains a small amount of lidocaine designed to minimize any pain and discomfort.
How long is recovery after JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments?
JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments have no downtime. Swelling can be more pronounced in the first couple of days but treatment swelling subsides in about a week. In addition, you may need to go makeup-free for a day. Dr. Small will give you specific aftercare instructions.
Are there any risks involved with JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments?
Because JUVÉDERM is hyaluronic acid (a naturally occurring in the body), there is a very low risk of allergic reaction. However, there is a potential risk if you are allergic to lidocaine. Other possible risks associated with JUVÉDERM include redness, swelling, tenderness at the injection site, discoloration and itching. You should let the office know if you are prone to cold sores because an antiviral might be prescribed to help prevent a flair.
How can I prepare for JUVÉDERM Ultra Plus XL treatments?Some things to do include:
- Avoid drinking alcohol or taking medications such as aspirin, anti-inflammatories, or herbal supplements as these can increase the risk of bleeding and bruising.