What is Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC?
This is a hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler FDA-approved for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds, and lasts up to 18 months. Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC uses special technology, known as Vycross — which is also used in Juvéderm® Voluma XC and Juvéderm® Volbella XC — to hold the hyaluronic acid together into a cohesive gel, which keeps it intact after it’s injected into the skin. Vycross is unique in that it allows optimal longer lasting correction with minimal swelling. Vollure also provides less swelling than many of the other hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.
How Much Does Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC Cost in Indianapolis, Indiana?
Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC is categorized as an elective cosmetic treatment, so most health insurers do not cover the costs. Cost depends on how much product is required for full correction during your consultation. Dr. Hamilton or one of our advanced injectors will create a comprehensive plan for rejuvenation, including a quote from completion.
Benefits of Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC
Creases, and nasolabial folds are softened. In this area of your face, your youthful appearance can become marred with the signs of aging. This product is also ideal for those who want to promote the natural hydration process with minimal signs of swelling through a minimally invasive injection. The benefits of Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC also include:
- Allows normal facial expression and movement
- Delivers immediate, noticeable results
- Eliminates facial creases, folds, lines and wrinkles
- Feels and looks totally natural
- Requires little to no recovery time
- Lasts up to 18 months
Who is a good candidate for Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC?
Anyone over the age of 21 with moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds. It is not recommended that a person have injections if they have had an allergy to lidocaine.
How should I prepare for Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC?
Tell us if you are taking any medications prior to your consultation with our Advanced Injectors or Dr. Hamilton. We especially need to know if you are taking medications that affect blood clotting, such as aspirin, blood thinners or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and medicines that affect your immune system. These should be stopped one to two weeks before injection to minimize bruising and swelling. Also, let us know if you are having skin irritation or reaction, such as cold sores, cyst, hives, infection, pimples, rashes. We may have to postpone your treatment until the irritation or reaction passes.
How is Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC Administered?
Our advanced injectors will use a very fine needle to inject Juvéderm® Vollure™ XC into the skin. We might numb the treatment areas with topical anesthesia beforehand if you need several injections. Our advanced injectors will carefully select specific injection sites to achieve the most flattering, natural-looking results possible.