Posts Tagged ‘ voluma ’

Botox, Juvederm, Voluma, Kybella, & Latisse Transformations

Looking for full face rejuvenation but unsure where to start and confused with the different options? Utah Facial Plastics offers a wide variety of products and procedures for multiple areas of the face and neck. This video summarizes what some of the most popular non-surgical procedures (such as Botox and Juvederm) do and shows the… Read More »


Botox VS Fillers – What Is The Difference?

From celebrities, to your mother, to now your friends…Botox and fillers are becoming increasingly popular among women and men. Botox reigns as the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure with over 4.6 million treatments in the US just last year alone. Fillers came in second with 2.8 million treatments during the same time period. Botox vs fillers…what… Read More »


Two New Hyaluronic Acid Fillers To Know About

Okay, so they aren’t exactly new as these new hyaluronic acid fillers are currently being used in Europe but will be new to the US when FDA-approved. Clinical trials are currently taking place so we’re projecting they’ll be coming down the pipeline sometime in the near future. Both are hyaluronic acid fillers, like Juvederm and Voluma.… Read More »


Fat Grafting vs. Fillers for Facial Volume

Providing facial rejuvenation today is not just about lifting and tightening but also restoring volume to the face that is lost over time. Popular fillers, such as Voluma and Juvederm, can add volume to the mid-face and fill in deep folds and wrinkles. Such is the case with our ViveLift technique. But fat grafting (fat injections… Read More »


“Designer Injectables & Skin Rejuvenation” Seminar Offered by Dr. Scott Thompson of Utah Facial Plastics

Press Release 10/230/15, Salt Lake City, Utah; Dr. Scott Thompson of Utah Facial Plastics is excited to offer an educational seminar on the latest designer injectables and discuss the benefits of Skin Rejuvenation. On November 5th, Dr. Scott Thompson, prominent facial plastic surgeon in Utah, will present a seminar on the various designer injectables available for non-surgical… Read More »


Juvederm Ultra XC Receives FDA Approval for Use In Lips

Juvederm Ultra XC received approval by the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) on October 1st, 2015 for injection into the lips and perioral area in adults over 21. Juvederm Ultra XC is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that instantly augments the lips with proven results up to one year following treatment. Juvederm formulations were… Read More »


The Latest Designer Injectables You Need To Know About

You heard that right…designer injectables. We’re not talking ‘designer’ as it applies to designer jeans or jewelry. Designer injectables are those that are formulated and ‘designed’ for specific areas of the face providing more options for full facial rejuvenation. This exciting trend is only going to get bigger as the demand for non-surgical cosmetic treatment… Read More »


Non-Surgical Cheek Lift from Utah Facial Plastics

Unfortunately, over time we tend to lose volume in the mid-face as part of the aging process. This can often lead to more prominent nasolabial folds – smile lines around the mouth – as well as jowling. Some patients even experience hollowing under the eyes as well. All these signs of aging can leave one… Read More »


Top Plastic Surgery Trends in 2015

  We just returned from an amazing week at the Vegas Cosmetic Surgery conference and there were some clear top plastic surgery trends this year. You can expect some exciting new products and treatments, advances in current procedures, and new ways of connecting with your favorite plastic surgeon. Transgender Procedures It should come as no… Read More »


Do Facial Exercises Reduce Skin Sagging?

  Do facial exercises reduce skin sagging? It’s a common question and the answer is yes.  But before you start working out that face, listen up. The muscles in the face can increase in size with exercise just as any muscle in body can. By adding volume that naturally decreases with aging, you can expect less… Read More »


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