Juvederm®

Hyaluronic Acid Filler

Juvederm® are the number one doctor-recommended range of hyaluronic acid facial fillers. From Allergan, the makers of Botox™, the Juvéderm® range of dermal fillers includes products such as Juvederm® Ultra and the Juvederm® Vycross range (Voluma, Volift, and Volbella).

Juvederm® is used in cosmetics to restore facial contouring and improve the signs of aging. It focuses primarily on the face, especially the cheeks, lips and around the mouth.

 

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Juvederm® Voluma can be used to add volume beneath the skin to plump the cheeks, while Juvederm® Vollure fills out wrinkles around the mouth and nose. Juvederm® Ultra and Juvederm® Volbella are used to contour and augment the lips; creating symmetry and volume.

Juvederm® filler treatments are minimally invasive and result in very little downtime. Following Juvederm® filler treatments, results are apparent immediately and can last for up to six months.

As well as restoring lost volume in the face, Juvederm® can be used to rejuvenate the décolleté and the hands.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use Juvederm® dermal fillers within the following procedures:

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