Vollure Injection Process
After a consultation to determine Juvederm Volbella may likely achieve the desired results, Juvederm Volbella XC will be injected in small amounts to the treatment areas. This is an in-office procedure and typically requires just topical anesthesia, as the Volbella solution contains lidocaine, a local numbing agent. Volbella will be injected into/under fine lip lines or to smooth the delicate area under the eyes. Results of Volbella injections are immediately apparent, although some patients experience mild swelling that may last for several days. Other side effects may occur but are typically mild – these may include tenderness and bruising. Rare outcomes include localized fullness. If irregularities occur, Volbella may be reversed using a natural enzyme.
Patients may return to work and normal activities immediately after treatment.
Results may be evident for up to 12 months or longer, depending on the treatment area and the patient.