Juvederm Voluma is the newest HA (Hyaluronic acid) soft tissues filler to gain FDA approval. It has been available in Europe since 2005 and is used in 72 countries worldwide. Juvederm Voluma is the newest filler in the family of Juvederm products and is formulated with lidocaine for added comfort during treatment. This current form, with the added local anaesthetic, is known as Juvederm Voluma XC.
What can it do?
With so many injectable fillers available on the market, choosing the right treatment can be a daunting task. Practitioners tend to have different preferences in treatment approaches, and these preferences are influenced by factors such as cost and effectiveness. A popular dermal filler is Juvederm Voluma.
Specifically designed for penis enlargement, the formulation is infused with lidocaine as a local anaesthetic. This helps to reduce pain and discomfort associated with the filler injection. Thanks to its unique formulation, Voluma does not migrate and delivers reliable results that last. Juvederm Voluma is generally safe and well tolerated. It is important to note that prices for Juvederm Voluma can vary among clinics.
Is the procedure painful?
Fortified with the high-performance lidocaine, Juvederm Voluma involves minimal pain and discomfort. Functioning as a local anaesthetic, lidocaine is able to numb the treatment site through its inhibitory actions on voltage-gated sodium channels.
Ice packs can be applied as needed for pain relief. Plus, they help to contract the blood vessels, thereby preventing bruising. Products such as Arnica can also be used prior to and after the injections to reduce bruising.
How long can the results last?
The manufacturer of Juvederm claims that the results can last for about 1 year. Due to variations in the way Hyaluronic acid is metabolised, the actual duration of results can vary significantly among patients.
The difference in duration of actions can also be attributed to the inherent difference in the thickness of tissues, muscles and skin. Over time, the effects may gradually disappear as Hyaluronic acid is resorbed into the surrounding tissues.