What is Juvederm XC?
Juvederm XC is an FDA approved dermal filler uniquely formulated to temporarily decrease the evidence of
smile lines, vertical lines and marionette lines on the face. The filler is composed of hyaluronic
acid that has been chemically bonded using Hylacross™
Juvederm XC Treatments
Juvederm XC treatments are only available through healthcare
professionals who are trained and experienced in dermal filler
injections. The treatments are given in an office setting, where a
healthcare professional guides a very fine needle below the epidermis
and into the connective tissues within the dermal area of the face where
deep lines and folds develop. There, the gel works like a sponge within
the skin, where it also absorbs water, giving you a more youthful
Juvederm XC contains a pain-numbing lidocaine anesthetic, which keeps
patient discomfort at a minimum. In most cases, Juvederm XC treatments are
performed in just minutes and require little or no down time. Cosmetic
results are instantaneous, and the younger appearance achieved in a
single Juvederm XC treatment can last up to one year, after which time the
body safely absorbs the biocompatible gel.
Is Juvederm XC Right for You?
All Juvederm XC injections are non-surgical and tailored to each
patient’s needs and desired results. Even if you are a person of color,
the FDA considers Juvederm XC to be the first safe and effective way of
improving the cosmetic appearance of smile lines without increasing the
risk of hyper-pigmentation or hypertrophic scarring.
Juvederm XC is the number one dermal filler in the United States
today, but only a healthcare professional experienced in dermal fillers
can determine whether Juvederm XC is right for you. Individual Juvederm XC
results will vary from patient to patient, so a one-on-one consultation
can give you a better understanding of the type of results you can
expect following a treatment.
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with our surgeon to determine whether you are a good candidate for this
*Disclaimer: Results May Vary
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