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What is Juvederm?

Juvederm is an FDA-approved injectable dermal filler used to treat the midface. Thanks to Juvederm, New York City patients can also augment thin lips, creating appealing definition and volume.

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Commonly Treated Areas

This soft-tissue hyaluronic acid (HA) filler smooths away moderate and harsh wrinkles around the mouth and nose, including:

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Nasolabial Folds


Parentheses Lines


Marionette Lines


Lipstick Lines

Is Juvederm Right for Me?

Juvederm is recommended for patients who want to revitalize their skin and restore volume loss. Patients looking for a non-surgical skin-rejuvenation treatment are ideal candidates for Juvederm injections.

Your Consultation

Your consultation will start by discussing your goals and areas of concern. A physical examination will be required, along with an evaluation of your medical records.

We will personalize a treatment plan based on your skin health and goals. Each detail will be discussed, including preparation, the treatment process, aftercare, and cost.

All questions you may raise during the consultation will be properly addressed.

The Juvederm Treatment Session

The treatment session may last 15 minutes, depending on the treatment areas. The areas will be cleansed to start the procedure. Topical anesthesia may be administered for numbing.

The Juvederm filler will be administered to the injection sites according to the treatment plan.


The patient can go home right after their Juvederm treatment, and no recovery time will be needed. Aftercare instructions will be provided for safety and optimal results.

The patient will see immediate results after treatment. A follow-up session may be scheduled according to the treatment plan. Proper skin care can make results last even longer.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of Juvederm fillers and their specific uses?
Juvederm has several types, each designed for different needs. Voluma adds volume to your cheeks, making them look fuller and more lifted, while Ultra is great for smoothing wrinkles, especially around your mouth and nose. Volbella helps with lip enhancement and softening lines around your lips. Each type targets specific areas, so you get the look you want.
How long do the results of Juvederm treatments last?
The staying power of Juvederm results varies. Generally, you can expect the effects to last anywhere from 6 to 18 months. It depends on which Juvederm product you use and where it’s injected. Over time, you might need touch-up treatments to maintain your fresh look.
Is a Juvederm treatment painful, and is anesthesia used?
Most people find Juvederm treatments pretty manageable. You might feel a quick pinch or pressure when the filler is injected. Many Juvederm products contain a numbing agent to help ease discomfort. Plus, you can use a topical numbing cream or local anesthesia to make sure you’re comfortable during the treatment.
Are there any risks or side effects associated with Juvederm?
Like with any treatment, there can be some risks or side effects, but they’re usually minor. You might see redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site, but these typically go away in a few days. More serious side effects are rare, but it’s important to discuss all the risks with your medical team before the treatment.
How does Juvederm differ from other dermal fillers like Restylane?
Juvederm and Restylane are both fillers used to smooth wrinkles and add volume, but they’re made differently and can have different textures. Juvederm tends to be smoother, which some find gives a more natural look in certain areas. The best choice depends on your specific needs and what your doctor recommends.
Can Juvederm be combined with other cosmetic treatments?
Absolutely! Juvederm can be part of a broader beauty plan. It’s often used with treatments like Botox for a more comprehensive approach to tackling wrinkles and volume loss. Your doctor can create a customized plan that combines different treatments for your goals.
How much does Juvederm treatment cost, and is it covered by insurance?
The cost of Juvederm treatments can vary widely based on how much filler you need and where you’re getting treated. It’s usually considered a cosmetic procedure, so most insurance plans don’t cover it. Some clinics offer financing options to make it easier on your wallet. It’s a good idea to ask about all the costs upfront during the consultation, so there are no surprises.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does Medique's education and experience in plastic surgery contribute to allowing your providers to achieve better aesthetic results for patients?

No one knows the anatomy of the face and body better than a board certified plastic surgeon and their team. Medique is not a spa made up of nurses with a non-existent MD director. It’s a team of plastic surgeons and physician associates all qualified specialists in both invasive and non-invasive aesthetics.

From a patient experience perspective, (consultation, follow-up care, etc.), what are some things that would immediately standout relative to going to a med spa owned/operated by a non MD business owner?

Complications can be avoided by searching for the correct provider to perform your procedure. Medique is where patients who want experts in plastic surgery caring for them come for care which is very different than an aesthetic injector (nurse, dentist, medical assistant) who has much less experience and knowledge.

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