Vollure®, Filler, Available at Summerlin Dermatology. Dr. Reuel Aspacio, Las Vegas, NV

Vollure® Filler Injections

For treatment of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds.

Dr. Reuel Aspacio is an expert in the use of non-surgical injectables – including Juvederm’s new Vollure laugh line filler – with offices in Las Vegas, NV, the Summerlin area. Dr. Aspacio is an “expert injector.”

What is Vollure®?

Vollure® is a hyaluronic acid filler from the Juvederm family of products. Released in 2017, it is approved for improvement of laugh lines sometimes referred to as nasolabial folds and lasts up to 18 months. It is a versatile filler best used for mild lines and folds around the lower face.

What makes Vollure different from other hyaluronic acid fillers?

It has a lower concentration of hyaluronic acid combined with Vycross technology, a means of strongly linking the gel together. This translates into a smooth filler that lasts longer. Additionally, less swelling is typical compared to other fillers, allowing for a quicker return to daily activities.

What is Vycross technology and which products like Vollure® use it?

Three Juvederm products utilize Vycross technology to provide great flexibility and less swelling in tissues of these hyaluronic acid fillers.   The products are: Volbella, Vollure and Voluma.

Where is Vollure® used in facial treatment?

Vollure is a versatile filler. It may be placed in multiple planes or depths of tissue to provide support and subtle augmentation to facial wrinkles and folds. The best candidates for Vollure are patients with mild to moderate nasolabial folds and marionette lines. Check with Dr. Aspacio to see if you are a candidate for Vollure®.

How long does Vollure last?

Vollure is FDA-approved for up to 18 months of duration.

Can Vollure® be combined with other fillers or procedures?

Vollure® can be combined with other products in the Juvederm family or combined with more complete facial rejuvenation by combining it with structural fillers such as Radiesse, Restylane Lyft, or Sculptra. Fillers such as Vollure may be combined with Botox to enhance facial rejuvenation in areas of wrinkles caused by muscle movements.

How much downtime is there following Vollure® treatment?

Due to its chemical structure and makeup, Vollure may create less swelling in the area of placement compared to other FDA-approved products.   While individual results may vary, most patients experience minimal to mild swelling for a day or two.   Most patients can resume daily social activities within 24-48 hours, if not the same day. If the patient feels any tenderness, a cold compress may be employed.

What is the cost of Vollure?

The price of Vollure ranges by number of syringes used and the area of product placement.   Typical price ranges for Volbella placement by a well-trained dermatologist or plastic surgeon is approximately $600-$900 per syringe, although prices may vary. Just check with Dr. Aspacio and he can give you an estimate right away during your consultation.

What is the procedure for Vollure placement like? Does Vollure hurt?

Very mild pain. Vollure® is supplied with lidocaine mixed into the hyaluronic acid filler itself, making the area numb as the mouth area is treated. Dr. Aspacio will always ensure that you are comfortable.

What are the possible side effects of Vollure?

As discussed, swelling is the most likely side effect following Vollure placement, although it is usually quite mild in nature.

If you are looking for a non-surgical alternative for getting rid of wrinkles and laugh lines in the Las Vegas area, call Dr. Reuel Aspacio at Summerlin Dermatology at 702-243-4501 to schedule your appointment.

 

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