Voluma® in Melbourne, FL
Loss of skin volume due to reduced hyaluronic acid production can result in sunken cheeks and a flattened facial contour. Enhancement of cheek contour is what Voluma is designed to achieve. Voluma® delivers hyaluronic acid directly to the skin cells, producing a fuller, more contoured appearance. Residents in Melbourne, Viera, the beaches, and nearby communities in Brevard County and Central Florida are enjoying the results of Voluma® and other dermal filler treatments at Dermatology + Plastic Surgery, led by board-certified dermatologist Anita Saluja, MD and double board-certified plastic surgeon Rebecca Novo, MD.
We specialize in skillful, thoughtful, artful injections. Special advanced injection techniques such as BeautiPHIcationTM help ensure that your facial proportions are in natural harmony. Please see our social media images at #aceinjector #foryourbestself.
What makes Voluma® unique?
Voluma® is the first dermal injection approved by the FDA that specifically treats loss of skin volume in the cheeks and midsection of the face. Voluma® delivers hyaluronic acid, much like that produced by healthy skin cells naturally, that binds with water to help skin absorb and retain increased moisture. Voluma® creates a gradual augmentation of volume and fullness in the skin over time, creating a smoother, more contoured facial appearance.
How Does Voluma® Work?
Voluma® is injected directly into the skin using fine-gauge needles or micro-cannulas. Voluma® uses Vycross™ technology to deliver an extremely lightweight formula that allows for effective skin penetration, easily and precisely adding volume to the contours of the cheeks and face. This technique uses fewer injections and reduces any potential discomfort. Voluma® is unique in its ability to lift the skin around the injection site, diminishing wrinkles and fine lines around the whole treatment area.
What are the advantages of Voluma® over other dermal fillers?
Voluma® is a premier product developed specifically to increase fullness and volume in the cheeks and mid-face region. Voluma® produces natural-looking results that last up to two years, meaning that fewer treatments are required compared to other fillers.
Who can benefit from Voluma® treatments?
Voluma® is approved by the FDA for use in adult men and women over the age of 21 and in good physical condition. Voluma® may be used to soften lines and wrinkles in younger patients who want to ward off early signs of aging, but it is also an effective treatment to restore volume to mature skin. Voluma® may be used in combination with other dermal fillers and injections such as Botox®, for a more comprehensive treatment. Combination treatments lead to better results.
How should I prepare for Voluma®?
At your consultation, your medical history, as well as any allergies or medical conditions, will be discussed. If you’ve had any other dermal injections recently, you may have to wait until a suitable time period has passed before being treated with Voluma®. You may also have to suspend the use of certain medications that increase your risk of bleeding or bruising, such as prescription blood
thinners, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), ibuprofen, aspirin, and supplements such as fish oil, vitamin E, and St. John’s Wort, prior to treatment.
What is the cost of Voluma® in Central Florida?
Since Voluma® is an elective procedure not normally covered by insurance, our office provides a variety of payment options to cover your Voluma® treatment. The cost of treatment depends on the amount of product and the number of injections required for your treatment. Cost estimates range from $700 to $2100.
Voluma® may be the solution you’ve been waiting for to treat your sunken cheeks and loss of contour in the mid-face region. If you live in Melbourne, Viera, the beaches, or nearby areas in Brevard County and Central Florida, contact Dermatology + Plastic Surgery, led by board-certified dermatologist Anita Saluja, MD and double board-certified plastic surgeon Rebecca Novo, MD, to learn more about Voluma® and what it can do for you.