January 9, 2017
What is the difference between Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella? Beth Sheiner has the answers.
“Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella are all fillers that we use. The main difference is where we put them in the face for facial rejuvenation. And also what is the goal or issue at hand that you are trying to correct.
So Juvederm is used commonly in the lips for lip augmentation, Voluma is more for the mid-face area, and Volbella is for the fine lines around the mouth and can be used in the lips for subtle augmentation as well.
Different fillers have different makeup to them and Voluma is going to be a thicker product because we use it for more bone structural loss. Therefore it will last a bit longer….two years on average. Juvederm is a finer filler than Voluma and there is still longevity with it, probably about a year or so. Volbella is an even finer filler that still has that one year duration to it as well.
You might need a combination of all the fillers we’ve discussed. Sometimes you might want a bit of a cheek enhancement or a lip enhancement. Or maybe you have some fine lines that need a finer filler…all the fillers can be used in combination. That is kind of the artistic nature of our job.”
To learn more about the difference between Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella, visit our Dermal Filler page. Consultations are also available at our Layton or Draper locations by calling (801)776-2220.Tags: filler, juvederm, volbella, voluma
This post was written by Jenny Yergensen