JUVÉDERM® Volbella® XC in Langhorne, PA

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Cosmetic Surgery Specialists in Langhorne, Bucks County, PA is pleased to offer the newest product in the Juvéderm family of injectable fillers, Volbella XC to restore volume to the lips. Using the safe VYCROSS® filler technology found in most Allergan™ products, Volbella adds temporary volume to the upper and lower lips for a full appearance with fewer lines and wrinkles in and around the lips. Double board-certified cosmetic surgeon and ophthalmologist Dr. Alan Brackup carefully chooses the best dose of Volbella to give each patient attractive, and natural-looking enhancement to the lips. The results of Volbella injections usually last for about a year, so patients don't have to worry about frequent touch-up treatments or watching their results fade quickly. For the safety of our patients, Volbella XC can only be used on patients who are over 21 years old.

Procedure Technique

Lip and facial injections can provide you with a soft, look natural with spectacular results. Once you have the one-on-one consultation, your first Volbella injection session will take about 15 – 30 minutes in our office. We will cleanse the areas to be injected. If you are worried about pain, we can put a topical numbing gel on the area before the injection. You will feel a minor amount of pain, but keep in mind that the medication is blended with lidocaine as well. 

What to Expect

You can expect some redness and swelling in the area after the injections. Once you leave our office please limit heavy exercise, protect your face from sun exposure, and abstain from drinking alcohol for at least 24 hours. If you wish to have a chemical peel or a facial laser treatment, please tell the person performing these rejuvenation treatments that you have had Volbella injections.

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Volbella FAQ

am I a Candidate?

Men and women, who meet the age of 21 requirement, make ideal candidates for the Volbella injections. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved this drug for younger persons under 21. If you are taking immunosuppressive therapies, have severe allergies, a history of disproportionate scarring, or are taking blood thinning prescriptions, Volbella may not be the right choice for you. This will all be discussed during your consultation.

What are the risks?

Any medication problems you may have from your Volbella injections should last no more than 30 days, which may include bumpy skin at any site of injection, skin discoloration, swelling, bruising, pain, itching, or hardness under the skin. If you experience any discomforting side effects from this injectable, please contact our office as soon as possible to report it.

Do the injections hurt?

We will take every precaution to make Volbella injections as comfortable as possible. It may look painful when you view a video of the injections, however, we will provide you with a numbing agent (if necessary), and please keep in mind that Volbella has lidocaine blended into it as well. Of course, we do not want you to feel unnecessary pain, and will do our best to limit stinging injections.

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