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Learn More About Juvederm Injections

How much do Juvederm® fillers cost?

Syringes of Juvederm® filler range in cost from $500-$800 depending on the type. The cost that a patient pays for a Juvederm® injection depends on that individual patient’s needs. To find out what the average cost of dermal filler injections at the Centre for Pure Skin, CLICK HERE and complete the form to receive a quote.

How does Juvederm® work? What is it made of?

Dermal fillers like Juvederm® are used to treat areas that have lost volume throughout time or are lacking volume due to genetic factors. They can smooth creases, lift folds, and contour areas that are flat or hollow. They literally “fill” the treated area to create a smoother and more youthful appearance. Juvederm® fillers are comprised of hyaluronic acid molecules (a water loving substance found naturally in the body), that have been specially formulated to treat these areas of concern.

How long do Juvederm® fillers last?

Longevity depends on the type of filler product selected, the area treated, and the individual patient. Juvederm fillers can last from six months to two years. It’s important for patients to discuss all of their aesthetic goals with us during their initial consultation.

Will it look obvious that I have had Juvederm® injections? When will I see results?

Results Juvederm injections are immediate, and yours can be as subtle or dramatic as you choose based on the volume of product used. Our skilled injection specialists administer thousands of aesthetic injections each year with fabulous results.* One consideration to note is that while bruising is usually minimal, it is always a potential risk; therefore, it is not wise to get treated immediately before a big event.

What are the side effects and risks associated with Juvederm®? Is Juvederm® safe?

The risks associated with Juvederm® injections are low and it is considered safe. The most common side effect is bruising which will generally resolve after a few days. Discomfort is minimal, as you can be pre-treated with topical numbing cream. While risk of allergic reaction is very rare, make sure to inform your injection specialist of any allergies you may have.