Juvederm® in Nashville, TN
Results that come with the use of injectable fillers are almost immediate, and recovery following treatment involves little to no downtime. The drawback is that the results do not last. Juvederm® can produce more long-term results than other fillers. Regenerative medicine specialist Dr. Morgan Moor has the experience necessary to administer this treatment, and provides her patients with the best possible outcomes at her practice in Brentwood. Dr. Moor serves patients residing in Nashville, Franklin or the surrounding areas of Tennessee.
What is Juvederm®?
Juvederm® is an injectable filler that has received positive reviews from many satisfied patients. One of the main components of Juvederm® is hyaluronic acid, a substance that the body produces naturally. Hyaluronic acid gives the face a more youthful look by restoring the volume in the cheeks and other parts of the face that people tend to have during their younger years.
Juvederm® is perfect for addressing several issues, and patients benefit from the results for up to a year following treatment. It’s no wonder patients request Juvederm® more than other injectable fillers.
Benefits of Juvederm®
Juvederm® treatments provide many benefits, including:
- Improvements in contour of the skin
- Boosts volume in the cheeks
- Provides results that last up to a year
- Gives the face a more youthful appearance
- Reduces the appearance of wrinkles
How is Juvederm® Administered?
Most patients decide to have Juvederm® administered without the use of a local anesthetic. Others prefer to use a numbing agent before undergoing treatment to reduce any discomfort they may experience. Through the use of fine needles, Dr. Moor applies Juvederm® to the most visible wrinkles and folds of the face. The active ingredient is hyaluronic acid, a substance the body produces naturally. It boosts hydration in the skin, resulting in a smoother, more youthful look.
Preparing for a Juvederm® Treatment
Tell Dr. Moor about any medicines you may be taking. She may advise you to stop taking some of your medications ahead of your procedure because some could cause unwanted side effects or hinder the results of your treatment. Anti-inflammatory medications, for instance, should not be taken for at least seven days leading up to the procedure. Avoiding these medicines can diminish bruising or bleeding at the site of the injection.
For the first 24 hours after your procedure, avoid drinking alcohol, refrain from exercise and other strenuous activity and do not touch the injection site. You should also avoid extreme heat and cold temperatures and limit exposure to the sun for two weeks after receiving a Juvederm® treatment.
How much does Juvederm® Cost in Nashville?
Because health insurance companies deem MedSpa procedures such as Juvederm® elective in nature, they will not cover the costs of them. New Life Physicians accepts financing to make Juvederm® an accessible option for more patients. Credit cards, personal checks, and cash are all acceptable ways to pay for your treatment as well.
Is Juvederm® Right for Me?
If you’re seeking a way to diminish lines and wrinkles, add volume to your cheeks and look younger, then Juvederm® could be a suitable option for you.
What to Expect During your Juvederm® Consultation?
During your first consultation, Dr. Moor will discuss your medical history, desires for skin restoration and the outcomes you expect to determine whether Juvederm® is the right treatment for you. She will then craft a treatment plan based on your needs. Dr. Moor will also conduct a physical exam and then explain more about the Juvederm® treatment.
If you want to look younger, but do not want to return for regular follow-up treatments, Juvederm® could be a good fit for you. The team at New Life Physicians in Brentwood would like to invite patients living in Nashville, Franklin and the surrounding areas of Tennessee to contact us and schedule a consultation today!