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Best Juvederm Treatment Areas

Juvederm was the first injectable gel dermal filler authorized by the FDA and uses hyaluronic acid, a naturally existing ingredient in the skin that improves hydration and increases volume. This helps to provide a flawless and natural-feeling enhancement in treated regions.

The injection is manufactured with the inclusion of lidocaine, an anesthetic, for maximum comfort during treatment. In addition to using a topical numbing lotion, customers get injections with little to no pain.

Areas Where Juvederm Works

Juvederm is recommended for usage in the most frequently treated regions of the face and is available in various compositions. Juvederm works best when used to improve these areas:


Lip augmentation is a highly common treatment option since large lips signify a young face. Juvederm is partly advocated for plumping and shaping lips because it is hydrophilic or draws water, which may enhance the plumping effect.

There are several reasons why people want lip injections. Younger women in their twenties and early thirties are just drawn to the concept of having more voluptuous, sensual full lips. Cupid’s Bow, in which the base of the top lip is elevated into a perky posture, is a fashionable lip style nowadays.


Age causes vertical lines above the mouth to start to emerge, and sometimes behaviors like smoking or excessive straw usage, which make the lips pucker, may also cause lines to occur. Lip plumping may result in some residual improvement, but the creases often need to be filled. Additionally, injections may be used to smooth up cracks on either edge of the lips.

Marionette Lines

Each of the marionette lines extends from the mouth to your chin, like strings on a puppet used to open and shut the lips. As people age, marionette lines develop and might start to show as early as their thirties. To soften the look of your lower face, we carefully insert the filler into the folds of the marionette lines.

Nasolabial Folds

Nasolabial folds, also known as smile lines, extend downwards to the edges of the mouth and are frequently mistaken for marionette lines. Smiling can cause these wrinkles, which persist when the face is resting. These lines can appear less noticeable thanks to a dermal filler.

We take great care to use a conservative strategy to prevent the unwelcome puffy appearance that may happen when such lines are overfilled.

Acne Scars

Long-term aggressive or deep cystic acne may leave the skin’s surface uneven and sometimes discolored. Removing the damaged layers of skin with severe dermabrasion or acid peels used to be the only technique to repair the skin’s surface. By filling them with dermal filler, you may conceal these scars and make the skin even for applying makeup or powder.

Creases and Wrinkles

Because our faces constantly move while expressing emotion, smile and laugh lines develop around the eyes. Wrinkles around the eyes, which are a product of age and heredity, may be reduced with delicate Juvederm injections. This procedure is also recommended to decrease broken lines or wrinkles on your face.


Contact SkinLab by Plastic Surgery Associates to understand how we may aid you in achieving the best possible version of yourself.

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