Are Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvaderm effective?

Definitely. Dermal fillers like juvederm and Restylane (dermal fillers) work by restoring volume to the skin or fat beneath the skin that has been lost because of aging or repetitive motion. Restoring this lost volume softens facial creases, resulting in a more rested/more youthful appearance.
Yes. Both are very effective and you can see results right away. They are both hyaluronic acids which are also the safest fillers with least risk of complications. If anyone is unhappy with these fillers it's usually because they either had too much or not enough injected, or had unrealistic expectations. They are best at softening lines, and putting volume in the face in key target areas.
Most certainly. These are two brands manufactured by different companies that are essentially recombinant derived hyaluronic acid which belongs to a class of naturally occurring substances in the skin called proteoglycans. The products are injected to achieve volume augmentation and to efface the resulting creases, folds, wrinkles or depressions that occur as a consequence of lost volume or deformity or injury.
Hyaluronic fillers. Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvederm are fillers made with hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in our skin, whose purpose is primarily to hold onto water and make the skin plumper. When hyaluronic acid fillers are injected into the skin, they add volume and more water into the area resulting in decrease of wrinkles and a fuller, more youthful look.
Yes, very effective. In the right hands, Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvedem are extremely effective, and safe. They will not get rid of wrinkles, but they are excellent for replacing lost volume and fixing contour defects. We don't have any great fillers for injecting into wrinkles, but belotero and laviv are useful for that purpose.
Hyaluronic acid. Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvederm are hyaluronic acid (ha) fillers. They are very effective at improving the appearance of deeper wrinkles (like the nasolabial folds) and augmenting the lips. They usually last 8-12 months, depending on the location. Other options exist for facial rejuvenation. The best product depends on your specific face. Seek consultation with a qualified facial plastic surgeon.
Fillers. Fillers like Restylane (dermal fillers) and Juvederm can improve the nasolabial folds. They are injected and last about 6-9 months. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon.
Facial filler. Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvederm are both effective facial fillers to help smooth the skin and rejuvenate the face. Both are made of hyaluronic acid, which is normally already found in the skin. Treatment is performed in the office via local anesthesia. Many facial areas have been treated, such as the smile lines, lips, cheeks, or under eye area. Each filler has its own unique advantages and disadvantages.

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Can you tell me things to keep in mind about Restylane (dermal fillers) and juvaderm?

Hyaluronic fillers. Be realistic in your expectations. Discuss your expectations with a plastic surgeon or dermatologist. Most individuals who are unhappy have had it done for the wrong reason. Read more...
Restylane (dermal fillers) & Juvederm. Juvederm and Restylane (dermal fillers) are hyaluronic-based fillers used to restore a youthful appearance to the skin by adding fullness to the hollow areas and filling in moderate to severe wrinkles. They commonly are used to fill in lines around the mouth and those that extend from the nose to the mouth. Results last up to a year with Juvederm and approximately 6 months for Restylane (dermal fillers). Read more...
Fillers. Fillers like Restylane (dermal fillers) and Juvederm can improve the nasolabial folds. They are injected and last about 6-9 months. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...

Is juvederm better than restylane (dermal fillers)? I understand they're both hyaluronic fillers, but I've heard that juvederm is easier to inject and produces better results. Is that true? .

To . To me, there are both the same thing made by 2 different companies. Depending who you ask, depends on what is best. It is basically coke vs pepsi, they are both colas, just like juvederm and Restylane (dermal fillers) are both hyaluronic acid fillers. I personally prefer Restylane (dermal fillers) over juvederm, mostly because i can get it without lidocaine, which is completely useless in a filler-my opinion, and their sales rep actually comes to see me and help with marketing. Unless you are getting your lips done, you may want to look into Radiesse or perlane. These last twice as long. Good luck! Read more...
I . I wouldn't say that juvederm is necessarily better than restylane (dermal fillers). A lot depends on where the product is being injected. They're both the same chemical, but are made by different companies. Read more...
I . I personally prefer juvederm but as other posts note, it is really a matter of injector preference. Dr edwards. Read more...
They both work well. "coke versus pepsi." both fillers are excellent, and are very similar. We use more juvederm. Read more...
Very similar. They are very similar, as i tell all patients, "coke vs pepsi". I've used both fillers for many years with similar results and longevity. If i had to make any differentiation it would be that juvederm goes in a little "softer" so may feel a little more natural but it absorbs more water so can tend to look "fuller" while with Restylane (dermal fillers) what you inject is what you get. Read more...
Fillers. there are many fillers on the market. Restylane (dermal fillers) and Juvederm are both hyaluronic acid fillers.But they have been processed differently. Which to use can be influenced by the doctor or the patient. Read more...

Is it okay to have juvederm injected in the lip alongside with restylane (dermal fillers)?

Yes. Many patients who have lip injections may try both juvederm and restylane (dermal fillers). Most of the time patients choose to "fill up" before all of the filler is gone. Often times, they may want to try the other brand of filler to see if it lasts longer. It would be rare for a patient to wait until it is 100% gone, before switching to the other brand filler. I'm sure other practices see this all the time. Read more...
Yes. If you've had one or the other before, and want to try something different, that is fine. I wouldn't recommend having both done on the same day. Read more...
YES. Both products are made of the same base compound (hyaluronic acid) and are compatible if injected to the same area. Read more...
Similar products. Yes, it is ok to use juvederm and Restylane (dermal fillers) together. They are both hylauronic acid products with a variance in particle size. The characteristics of each product is what determines where and how they are used. Usually, only one product is chosen but there are occasions when both may be used together. Read more...
Yes. Both are derivatives of hyaluronic acid, a natural component of many tissues, but they do have subtle differences in the way they behave in different tissues. They can be used consecutively, and in some cases can be used concurrently. Read more...
Lip injections. Not all fillers have FDA approval for use in the lips. Speak to your surgeon prior to having injections.Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...

Which fillers last longer: restylane, (dermal fillers) juvederm, teosyal, esthelis, aquamid, or bio alcamid?

Possibly. Aquamid. Not all these fillers are indicated for every area of the body. Some of them aren't FDA approved and I hope they never are - they're right out dangerous. Read more...
I avoid "permanent" Though Aquamid (and others)is not available in the US, it is in other countries. (if it's being offered in the US you should avoid that office altogether). I generally recommend that my patients avoid permanent fillers though, especially when they are young like you, because you don't know how your face will change over the next 20 years. You may end up with volume where you don't want or need it. Read more...

Restylane (dermal fillers) fillers -- do they really work on brown skin?

Yes. Dermal fillers (including restylane) are placed into the space just below the skin, and hence they work equally well on all shades of skin. Read more...
No problem. All fillers can be used on all skin types and work equally well regardless of your skin type. What is more important is choosing the right filler for your particular need and the right physician to place it correctly. Find an experienced plastic surgeon or dermatologist and check out their results beforehand. There are too many oversized lips and cheeks running around out there. Be well, dr. Fred. Read more...
Dermal fillers.... Dermal fillers like restylane, (dermal fillers) perlane, juvederm and radiesse, work well on all shades of brown skin. Read more...
Restylane (dermal fillers) In experienced hands, restylane (dermal fillers) can be quite effective- even in brown skin!. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...