Restore Lost Facial Volume and Look Younger With Juvéderm®

If you’ve ever wished for an instant improvement in your facial appearance without the hassle or risks of surgery, you may want to consider dermal fillers. Unlike other cosmetic treatments that bring gradual benefits, you’ll leave this quick, in-office treatment with smoother, more voluminous skin—all without the invasiveness or risks of surgery.

At Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Vicki Rapaport and her team offer top-tier cosmetic injectables, including Juvéderm®, to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, restoring a more youthful look. Read on to learn more about this minimally invasive treatment and how you might benefit.

How dermal fillers like Juvéderm work

Dermal fillers literally fill in areas of your face that have grown saggy, loose, or wrinkled with age. Your provider strategically injects a solution containing pure substances such as collagen and hyaluronic acid into your desired treatment area. These ingredients are important, given that you lose collagen, which makes skin supple and firm, over time. And among other benefits, hyaluronic acid is known to reduce the appearance of fine lines.

The ideal dermal filler provided by an experienced clinician can bring a range of benefits, including:

And all of these perks can last for at least six months. Research conducted by Juvéderm showed that 90-98% of people who received Juvéderm treatment were satisfied with their results 3-6 months later. Some of our clients find that they don’t need another dermal filler treatment for over a year.

Dermal fillers we provide and recommend

At Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills, we offer the most popular, FDA-approved dermal filler products, created by Juvéderm and Restylane®. Both of these product lines contain lidocaine, a numbing agent to help you feel as comfortable as possible during your injections. And while they both provide exemplary results, they vary somewhat in their uses.

Each Juvéderm product is intended for added volume in particular areas of your face, such as your lips and mouth area or cheeks. Others are designed specifically for reducing fine lines that commonly form around the nose and mouth. Among other uses, Restylane can help smooth the backs of your hands and the areas around your eyes. 

One of our expert team members will determine your best dermal filler treatment plan, based on your aesthetic goals and the state of your skin. In some cases, they may recommend that you pair your dermal filler with other treatments, such as Botox®, for maximum results. 

To learn more about dermal fillers or start benefiting from Juvéderm or another injectable treatment, call Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills or book an appointment through our website today.

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