Smile lines – also referred to as nasolabial folds – are an inevitable sign of aging that are deep lines and folds that run from the nose to the corner of the mouth. These occur as a result of years of smiling, laughing, and even talking. The most common form of treatment to tackle smile lines are dermal fillers. Below we’ll explore the benefits of Juvéderm®, a popular treatment for smile lines.

How Does it Work?

Juvéderm®  a dermal filler containing hyaluronic acid – a naturally occurring substance in the body – adds volume to a targeted area of the face. With Juvederm’s ultra-smooth gel, the results are more natural than ever, resulting in less swelling and absolutely no downtime! After a Juvederm® treatment, you are free to resume all normal, daily activities.

How Much Do I Need?

Most patients attain the results they desire in just one treatment. . More treatments may be required depending on the desired results.

How Long Does it Last?

Juvederm® is a unique treatment due to its proprietary cross-linking and concentration of Hyaluronic Acid  and excels at maintaining hydration to further improve treatment results. Even as Juvederm® is metabolized by the body, the water retention increases so that results are durable with results lasting as long as one year.

To learn more about how you can get rid of smile lines with no downtime or to schedule an appointment for a complimentary consultation, please

Contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics to schedule a consultation. Rejuva Medical Aesthetics is located in Los Angeles, CA, and proudly serves patients in the United States and internationally.

 

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