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Many men and women seek professional treatment options to address the signs of aging and achieve a more youthful, radiant appearance. Surgery isn’t the only option, though—many minimally-invasive procedures exist to combat the signs of aging without going under the knife. Juvederm dermal fillers can be a quick and long-lasting nonsurgical alternative to cosmetic surgery, without any of the risks or downtime.

Check out these five reasons to consider Juvederm and how it can benefit you, from smoothing fine lines and wrinkles to restoring a youthful glow.

1. Juvederm is Quick

Dermal filler treatments, such as Juvederm, are often referred to as “lunchtime” procedures. This is because they are performed quickly, and they’re convenient to schedule during a lunch break or other small opening in your day. Most people are able to return to work or normal activities immediately following their appointment, usually lasting less than 20 minutes.

2. Juvederm is Long-Lasting

Juvederm and other injectables are a temporary solution to wrinkles, fine lines, and loss of volume in the face, but their results typically last between six and twelve months. This varies due to location, type, and density of the filler, but it’s easy and convenient to schedule regular “refresh” appointments every few months to maintain the results.

3. Juvederm is Versatile

One of the main benefits of Juvederm is that the results can be altered with each treatment session. It becomes much easier to adjust your level of facial volume or treat new wrinkles when they begin, especially if you’re maintaining appointments every few months. With each session, your clinician can adjust the location and amount of filler according to your specific needs and desired results.

4. Little to No Recovery Time

Plastic surgery is a major surgery, often requiring weeks or months of recovery and aftercare. A nonsurgical, minimally-invasive procedure like Juvederm has little to no recovery time, and you resume normal work or activities immediately following your appointment. Possible side effects include mild swelling, redness, or bruising, but they tend to disappear within hours or days.

5. Immediate Results

One of the best benefits to Juvederm are the immediate results. With surgery, you have to wait until your recovery is complete to see your results. With Juvederm, you’ll see a marked improvement in smoothness, volume, and youthfulness in your skin immediately following your treatment. Even with a small amount of swelling, bruising, or redness, you still get a good idea of your treatment results, and those symptoms usually subside within hours or days. Once you’re fully recovered, you’ll be able to enjoy your natural-looking results for several months.

Learn More at Love Your Body Medical Spa in Las Vegas

Juvederm is a safe, quick, and long-lasting solution to your fine lines and wrinkles. Fortunately, the licensed staff at Love Your Body Medical Spa in Las Vegas is here to answer all of your questions and help you decide if Juvederm is the right choice for you. Contact us today for more information or to schedule your consultation!

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