Juvéderm, by Allergan, are a range of FDA approved hyaluronic acid based injectable dermal fillers. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring acid that acts a a cushion and lubricant, keeping skin plump and firm. The smooth gel formula comes with Lidocaine, a numbing agent, to reduce any discomfort that may be felt during treatment.
Injectable fillers are used to temporarily create volume and restore a youthful appearance in the face, neck, decolletage, and even hands. Lasting between 12 and 18 months, it creates natural and elegant results as it improves hydration, stimulates production of collagen, and even maintains elasticity. This happens because hyaluronic acid (or HA) is a water holding molecule, making it perfect for filling in lines and wrinkles, reshaping the nose, and non-surgical facelifts.
To see how dermal fillers can restore your skin’s natural youthful plumpness, augment your nose or mouth, and rejuvenate the face, book a no obligation consultation at PHI Clinic today.Book consultation
At PHI Clinic, Juvéderm Volift, Juvéderm Voluma, and Juvéderm Volbella are used expertly by Dr Patel.
Volift – works to correct medium to deep lines, with the aim of rejuvenation
Voluma – restores volume to the cheeks and chin
Volbella – works to redefine and reshape lips and facial contours
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Conditions treated with Juvéderm
Bump On Nose
A bump on the nose, or a dorsal bump, can affect self esteem, especially when pictures are taken profile, as an undesirably shaped bridge, or dorsum, can ruin a photo. A bump on the nose can be genetic, or result from an injury, and is made up of excess bone, excess cartilage, or a mixture of the two. Other names for a bump on your nose include ‘Roman nose’ and ‘aquiline nose&...Read on Book consultation
Periorbital puffiness, also known as puffy eyes, or swollen eyes are a common condition that can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender. Eye bags are sagging or loose skin, dark circles, or mild swelling just below the eye, commonly caused by a range of issues like smoking, alcohol consumption, and lack of sleep.
Other causes include, but are not limited to, loss of fatty tissue, wea...Read on Book consultation
Sagging skin along the lower jawline is commonly referred to as jowls, particularly skin that hangs or sinks below the jaw itself. Jowls can be caused by a variety of factors; natural ageing, genetics, sun damage, weight loss, and smoking being just a few. Generally, jowls begin to appear as we hit our 40s, but some people can experience sagging cheek skin from their 20s onwar...Read on Book consultation
Thin lips can be a a source of self-consciousness for many, especially now, as more and more celebrities are favouring larger lips over their smaller counterparts. There are many factors that can influence the size of lips, ranging from genetics to smoking.
To find the best treatment for your thin lips, book a no obligation consultation at PHI Clinic with one of our highly trained clinic...Read on Book consultation
A weak chin, or recessive, jaw can affect anyone, and though it can cause problems related to speaking and eating, it is more likely to just shake self-confidence or increase self-consciousness. These psychological effects are largely down to media portrayal of a strong jawline as an attractive feature in both men and women.
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Before and after Juvéderm treatment
Loss of volume in the cheeks can have a huge impact on the rest of the face. Everything shifts downwards,...
Non Surgical Nose Job
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