Most people are familiar with the Botox injection to dimension the appearance wrinkles on the face. Many new choices have emerged for minimally invasive injection products. Consulting with experienced professionals who specialize in injections, such as those found at James Christian Cosmetics, will help patients decide which choice is best to obtain desired outcomes.
The Newest Derma Filler
The most recent fillers are made of hyaluronic acid, which is a sugar the body produces naturally. Juvederm has an entire line of injections that suit different needs and facial areas. The newest, Volbella Facial Injections, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) less than one year ago.
Not all clinics and doctors utilize this injection yet. Those interested will need to be sure the office or facility selected, like James Christian Cosmetics, for example, offers this particular injection. This a breakthrough because the results will last up to twelve months and has a high safety rate.
The injection has been approved for the lips and the lines around the mouth (perioral rhytids). It is only approved for patients who are over the age of twenty-one. It is actually a gel that is injected. This leaves the lips plump, smooth, and soft.
Any type of injection will cost a fraction of the cost of plastic surgery. There are no hospital costs either because injections can be completed right in the office. No recovery time means patients do not have to take time off from work.
The pricing depends on the filler chosen, the number of treatments recommended, and where the solution is purchased. Some clinics offer patients discounts on the product when they order it on the website. Many offer specials as well that reduce costs. Creative clinics, James Christian Cosmetics among them, offer package deals for the injection solution.
An example is a package that includes two Volbella injections for the lips and three for the lines near the mouth. This saves patients money, which makes the procedure even more affordable to fit into most budgets. Compare pricing at various offices or clinics to find the best deal.
Common side effects are temporary and most only last a day or two. Swelling, bruising, and itching at the injection sites may occur. Redness, discomfort, and small bumps have also been reported. In some cases, the side effects have lasted up to thirty days. Discuss any medications taken or chronic conditions at the consultation. This injection is not for everyone, especially those who are pregnant or have severe allergies.