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Juvéderm is one of the most popular filler brands on the market. It is composed of hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring substance in the skin. The purpose of Juvéderm is to sculpt and augment areas of the face that are lacking volume. It is most often used to improve fine lines, nasolabial folds, cheek bone structure, jawline definition, lip fullness; and overall helps to replenish volume loss.
Some of the different types of Juvéderm fillers we offer include: Volbella, Vollure, Juvederm Ultra/Plus, Voluma and Volux. Within the Juvéderm family of products, each formulation differs based on consistency and thickness. We will help you to choose the best Juvéderm filler to fit your individual aesthetic goals during your consultation.
PERK plastic surgery is among the first to offer the much anticipated RHA Filler Collection––an award winning, FDA-approved hyaluronic acid filler collection intentionally designed to address dynamic wrinkles and folds, and resilient enough to adapt to your facial movement. Since its launch, the RHA Filler Collection has been a patient favorite at our office for smoothing and rejuvenating lipstick lines, necklace lines, nasolabial folds, under eye hollows and more!
The RHA Filler Collection is intentionally manufactured and preserved to mimic the chemical structure of the hyaluronic acid naturally found in our skin. As opposed to Juvéderm and Restylane technology, RHA dermal fillers are designed to integrate with the skin tissues for a softer, more natural look and feel, and each formulation is clinically proven to last up to 15 months.
Our office offers RHA Redensity, RHA II and RHA III. During your consultation, your provider will determine which type aligns best with your treatment plan.
Restylane is another type of dermal filler. Similar to Juvéderm and the RHA Filler Collection, Restylane fillers are also made up of hyaluronic acid that is specifically formulated to act like the natural HA produced by your body. The goal of Restylane is to plump up the skin and restore volume where it is deficient. PERK offers the entire Restylane family of fillers such as Lyft, Defyne, Refyne, Restylane, and Kysse. Common uses for Restylane are to improve deep set lines and nasolabial folds, build cheek bones, increase lip fullness and replenish volume loss.
Some minor swelling, tenderness and bruising are common after an injection, but these symptoms will resolve quickly . You will be able to return to your normal activities, but take care to avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for at least 24 hours.
With the rise of non-surgical treatments such as dermal fillers, there are many important things to consider when it comes to searching through the different providers that may offer the aesthetic treatment. A study published in the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery journal notes the value of choosing an MD for your injections. Among the many surveyed, the consensus remained the same. The more training a provider has, the better equipped they are at administering these treatments. Those surveyed believe plastic surgeons and dermatologists are the most capable providers of injectables. Choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon will confirm that your injector is well-trained in facial anatomy and well prepared to handle any complications in the unlikely event that something goes wrong!