Volbella is an FDA approved ultra smooth gel filler from Juvéderm that is used to decrease lines and wrinkles on the face. The smooth formula is injected with fine needles to give the lips a natural look and feel. Volbella is developed with lidocaine, a local anesthetic, so that treatment is less painful and uncomfortable. It is primarily used to target the areas around the mouth, such as smoker’s lines and marionette lines, and to shape and plump the lips for increased symmetry and volume. It can be used to reduce the appearance of under eye hollows, also known as tear troughs, by adding volume back to the areas where it may have been lost due to aging.
The procedure typically takes no longer than 10-15 minutes.Since the swelling and bruising is minimal, there is very little downtime following the treatment. The results of Volbella often last for up to 12 months.Call our office to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.
I’ve found that the absolute best way to select implant size is to try on sizers in the office. Sizers reproduce the exact shape and feel and when worn under clothing will accurately reflect post op size making size selection very easy.
2. Breast Implants and Breast Lift after pregnancy? How long after pregnancy should I wait before I can get breast implants and undergo breast lift?
When you are no longer nursing and your breasts stop changing, you can consider breast lift and/or augmentation.
3. Which breast implant placement gives a more natural appearance? When getting breast implants, what gives a more natural appearance, going under or over the muscle?
I prefer using smooth round implants. My philosophy is that all women already have an inherent breast shape, and they simply want to enhance that shape with larger breasts. Therefore, I don’t use anatomic or shaped implants for cosmetic enlargement. Because the pectoralis muscle serves as an internal bra, placement under the muscle provides addtional support giving the breasts a perky, but natural look.
4. Breast implants – How long do they last? When should you replace them?
No one really knows how long they will last. Every patient should expect that they will need to be replaced. The companies warranty the implants for life. I see no reason to replace the implants at a predetermined time unless there is an issue or problem.
5. Should I get breast implants if I plan on getting pregnant later? Is it recommended to have breast implants before having a child? How will the breast look after breast feeding?
Getting breast implants prior to pregnancy or breast feeding simply gives a larger starting point. Whatever pregnancy and breast feeding will do is essentially unaffected except that you will still have the implants when it’s over.