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Juvéderm Volux®

WHY IT’S AMAZING

Juvéderm® VOLUX is a new, robust hyaluronic acid (HA) filler designed to give structure to the lower face. Health Canada approved as a jawline filler, VOLUX can also be used to augment the chin as well. As we get older, a combination of genetics, bone loss, collagen breakdown and repetitive facial expressions all play a part in the facial aging process. VOLUX is super-dense gel that mimics bone and can be used to sculpt, contour and restructure the lower face.  

How Does It Work

Because Juvéderm® VOLUX contains the highest concentration of hyaluronic acid, it provides excellent structure to the jawline and chin area, more than any other filler. VOLUX lasts between 18 to 24 months and the cost of the treatment depend on how many syringes a patient needs.

What Can I Expect?

  • TREATMENT LENGTH 15 - 30 minutes
  • POST-TREATMENT Minor Bruising
  • EXPECT RESULTS Immediate
  • RESULTS LAST 18-24 months

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