Wrinkles and facial creases happen. This we all know. Sometimes they’re a result of happy moments, leading to eventual “smile lines.” Other times it’s a matter of genetics—Mom and Dad had certain furrows, and you ended up with them too. And there’s also just the inevitable matter of age. Bottom line—with few exceptions, people end up with wrinkles, and the majority of folks don’t like them. So what can you do to get rid of those fine lines on your face and restore your youthful appearance? Vollure is a solution you should definitely consider.

Dr. Adriana Lombardi performs Vollure™ treatments at the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ, located in our state-of-the-art facility in Edison, New Jersey. She has extensive experience and training and has performed hundreds of Vollure™ injections. She will also do your pre-treatment consultation, to ensure Vollure™ is the right approach for your particular cosmetic needs.

What is Vollure™?

Juvederm Vollure™ is part of the Juvéderm® line of dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are injected into the skin to help plump up hollows such as gaunt cheeks, under-eye bags, or fine lines. Vollure™ is made of hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a natural substance whose gel-like texture makes it perfect as an injectable filler. In addition to helping fill out hollows, Vollure™ also gives skin a renewed soft, smooth texture.

How does Vollure™ work?

As with other dermal fillers, Vollure is injected into the face. It has a kind of cushioning effect, which can also be seen in hospitals where Juvederm is injected into arthritic knees to prevent bone-on-bone friction. In the face, there’s no such friction, but the cushioning effect is plainly visible in restored lift and curve in places like cheeks. Vollure™ is especially good for marionette lines, lip lines, and nasolabial folds. Its texture is firmer than other dermal fillers, so it stays in place, rather than spreading out. Vollure’s specific formulation leads to less post-treatment swelling than some other fillers.

During a Vollure™ treatment, Dr. Adriana Lombardi will inject vials of Vollure into specific points in your face, which she will have discussed with you in a prior consultation. You’ll recline comfortably throughout the treatment and will be able to go on your way immediately after. Your treatment will take anywhere from thirty to sixty minutes.

Is it safe?

Yes. Vollure™ is FDA approved and totally safe.

Will it hurt?

No. You might feel a brief sting at the injection site, and could see some bruising or swelling afterward. But other than that, discomfort should be minimal.

What will my results look like?

Take a look at our before and after pictures, located at the top of each of our procedure pages, to get a good idea of how great Vollure™ results looks. You should start seeing the full effects of your treatment within two weeks.

How long does Vollure™ last?

You will see the results of your Vollure™ treatment for as long as eighteen months. During that time, the filler will gradually dissolve, slowly returning your face to its original appearance. To maintain the effects of your treatment, it’s important to schedule another appointment before those eighteen months elapse.

What exactly does actinic keratosis look like?

  • Nasolabial folds
  • Marionette lines

Don’t delay when it comes to restoring your youthful looks and natural radiance! Call our office today to book your consultation.