JUVÉDERM® is a collection of dermal filler products that include JUVÉDERM® Voluma XC, JUVÉDERM® XC, JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC & JUVÉDERM® Volbella XC. Like other dermal fillers, when treating to full correction, JUVÉDERM® provides nothing short of instant gratification.
Sound too good to be true? Seriously! When this natural substance is skillfully injected, it can shave years off your appearance. The medical staff at Timeless are trained in the art and science of skin, injecting more than 99% of all other medical offices in the country, making Timeless the destination for injectables in Central Ohio.
Many boutique shops, dentists and surgical offices offer this treatment—Timeless Skin Solutions is in a class of its own, as one of the few injectors in Central Ohio specializing exclusively in non-surgical techniques to improve skin and facial contouring.
Get answers to your most pressing questions about this specific treatment. Here are a few that we hear most often:
A typical appointment lasts between 30 to 45 minutes. The procedure itself lasts 15 minutes on average, but your medical provider will want to spend time discussing your desired outcomes, as well as what you should expect in the days following treatment.
You can feel secure knowing that you will be injected by highly trained physicians, nurse practitioners or registered nurses, all of whom have been selected and trained by our founder and medical director.
All of the products in the JUVÉDERM® collection are injectable treatments. You will experience some minor, brief discomfort at the moment of injection. Timeless ensures comfort at every step by employing specialized techniques before, during and after your treatment.
Yes, when administered by experienced medical professionals who have a clear understanding of your medical history. We choose to use hyaluronic acid fillers because of their low side effect profile, and while we expect that you will love your results, patients can be reassured knowing that once injected, the filler can be dissolved as desired via a simple medical procedure.
In just minutes, a medical professional uses a tiny needle to inject hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body. They place it in areas of volume loss, use it to lift sagging skin, and fill in lines and wrinkles. Once the filler is injected, patients may be able to detect lumps and bumps under the skin in the treatment area, this is perfectly normal and typically not visible on the surface of the skin. Over the next several weeks, the hyaluronic acid molecules in the filler will bond with the surrounding tissue resulting in a smoother feel.
In general, filler is an instant gratification treatment. When you leave the office you will see about 80% improvement, and over the course of 2-4 weeks the filler will bond to the tissue around it and reveal the final result.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are FDA-approved to last between 6 months to 2 years, depending on the type and area of injection. There is an enzyme in our body that naturally breaks down the hyaluronic acid molecules in filler over time, which is why it doesn’t last forever. Also, the filler may break down faster in areas that we move more. Timeless Tip: Want to make your filler last longer? Patients that choose to be treated to full correction at the time of their first treatment have noticed that repeat treatments require less filler to maintain the results.
With any injectable there is a chance that you may experience minor swelling and bruising for up to two weeks. This is not typically something that will require you to take off work or change your lifestyle, but you may want to strategically schedule the appointment if you have any major upcoming event. If there is swelling, it typically peaks at approximately 48 hours and diminishes over the next several days. There are pre and post treatment instructions that when adhered to, will decrease the instances of swelling and bruising or shorten them in duration.
Treatments are highly customized based on area, concern and person. For the most accurate quote we recommend sitting down with one of our medical professionals to talk about your desired outcome. Pricing is done per syringe, and fillers for different applications have varying prices and longevity. The cost of fillers range between $450- $1,000 per syringe, and typically, multiple syringes are used to achieve best results.
Yes, it is. Botox is used to treat expression lines and wrinkles resulting from muscular contractions. Fillers such as Juvederm® (XC, Ultra XC, Voluma, Volbella, Belotero Balance®, Restylane® Lyft) restore volume to deeper wrinkles and areas where there has been a loss of collagen.
Filler is a great option for the majority of people. If you have allergies to lidocaine, are taking blood thinners or have any other health conditions including pregnancy, we recommend discussing this with our medical team at the time of your consultation.
XC is used in the name of certain fillers to indicate if the filler contains a very small amount of lidocaine, which is a type of anesthetic used to increase comfort at the time of injection. If you are allergic to this medication, we have fillers available without lidocaine for us at any time.
We know this can be overwhelming, this is why it is important to discuss your skin care goals with an experienced medical professional. It is our job to listen to you, ask the right questions and present the best options to address your specific concerns.
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All of the products in the Juvederm® family are made of hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring substance in our bodies that acts as a nutrient to keep our skin moist, smooth, and elastic. Our bodies are constantly losing and replacing this substance throughout the day, though as we age, we no longer produce enough to keep up with the loss. Injectable fillers not only plump up, hydrate and fill where volume has been lost, but also encourages the body’s own natural collagen production to increase.
Fantastic! We’re already looking forward to meeting you. The first step is to schedule a consultation so that we can determine if this is the best option for you. Simply visit our appointment page to choose a scheduling option that works for you.
There is a consultation fee of $60 due at the time of your appointment; however, this fee is deducted from your first procedure.