02 Jan Volbella: Dermal Fillers for Lips
You want a luscious pout but are rightfully worried about looking “plastic” or like a reality star. Spectrum Dermatology specializes in only the most natural-looking results for fillers and highly recommends Juvederm’s Volbella for natural yet gorgeous results. It was approved as a lip filler in 2016 by the FDA, and Spectrum Dermatology was one of the first clinics in the US to offer the treatment.
For the best results, you need more than the highest-quality filler. You also need a trusted practitioner with extensive experience with each product. Volbella offers the plumping you want without looking fake or excessive. There’s no risk of duck lip when you combine Volbella with top-rated technicians. Other fillers use a variety of materials, but Volbella is made with a smooth gel designed to fill in wrinkles in the lips. By filling in space, you get the plumpest lips you would naturally have.
Volbella’s primary ingredient is hyaluronic acid (HA), which already occurs naturally in the body. This means there’s minimal risk of irritation or rejection. HA also retains moisture, which means you can enjoy results for up to 12 months. Many patients combine Volbella with other treatments like laser skin resurfacing for an added increase in esthetics and to look younger instantly.
Our skin grows thinner and has more wrinkles with age—lips included. However, Volbella isn’t just for lips. It can also be used to plump any area, such as hollows left by acne scars. Only Volbella features Vycross technology for crosslinking, resulting in more lift and results that last longer. More than 80 percent of Volbella patients reported that they still had fuller lips one year after treatment.
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Plus, thanks to the smooth gel of Volbella, it means a smoother and easier injection. This quick and easy treatment will instantly give you a puffier pout, which is the perfect accessory for any occasion. Contact Spectrum Dermatology today at 480-948-8400 to schedule your appointment.