Vollure is a fairly new dermal filler that resides under the Juvederm family. Just like the other fillers in this line, Vollure uses a hyaluronic acid base. The filler material is used to soften the lines and wrinkles that appear due to aging. The most common uses of Vollure is to treat the lower region of the face, which includes the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and oral commissures.

Researchers are constantly looking for ways to improve upon existing dermal fillers. With Vollure, they have succeeded thanks to the use of Vycross technology. This technology merges high and low molecular weight to generate better cross-linking of the hyaluronic chains. This balance is a large part of why the treatment has been noted to last for a minimum of 18 months making it a popular treatment option.

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Dr. Allen Silanee, MD, FACOG
Allen Silanee, MD, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology (OBGYN) in Florida. Dr. Silanee has more than 18 years of experience in the obstetrics and gynecology field. Dr. Silanee is an expert in women’s health, specializing in general women’s OBGYN care and sexual wellness, as well as minimally invasive gynecology surgery, including robotic-assisted procedures.
 Vollure History

History of Vollure

Juvederm itself has been FDA approved since 2006. Hyaluronic acid, which is the main component of this family of dermal fillers has been studied since the 1930s. However, it was not used in medicine until about 60 years later. What led to its popularity as a filler is the fact that hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar which draws natural internal moisture (e.g., water) around it and provides natural volume and padding in the face along with other parts of the body. 

In 2006, Juvederm was FDA approved for aesthetic use. Ongoing research and study led to derivatives of this filler leading to one we know today as Juvederm Vollure. This filler was originally approved in Europe as Volift. However, in March of 2017, it was renamed to Vollure and FDA approved in the United States. 

Vollure is noted for its long-lasting effect and its exceptional performance in treating aging concerns in the lower face. With Vollure, you can literally turn your frown upside down.

 Vollure Benefits

Vollure Benefits

The main benefit of Vollure is a youthful appearance that looks more natural compared to other similar dermal fillers. This filler is also noted for its improvement on the length and quality of wrinkle treatment and prevention. Additional benefits of Vollure include:

  • Laugh line reduction
  • Increased skin volume
  • Smooth and balanced skin
  • Youthful appearance

In addition to these benefits, Vollure has also been used to help improve volume and contour to other facial areas such as the cheeks and jaw.

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I had Vollure treatments to lift and fill my hollow cheeks. It’s been 20 months and I still see the results! I love this product!

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 Vollure Getting Started

Getting Started with Vollure

Finding an expert is as simple as visiting our online community. At AgeEnvy, valuable information detailing Vollure treatments, as well as qualified practitioners for this treatment, is at your fingertips. Keep in mind that your health and safety comes first with any treatment. That’s why our mission is to give consumers control over their health by getting them connected with practitioners that are licensed, verified experts focused on Vollure procedures.

Possible Vollure Side Effects

Possible treatment side effects include:

  • Redness of injection site
  • Swelling
  • Pain at the injection site
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness
  • Lumps and/or bumps
  • Itching
  • Discoloration

FAQS About Vollure

Here you will find answers to our user’s most common questions. Our goal is to keep you easily informed as you research ways to realize your age management potential. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please ask a doctor.

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How much does Vollure cost?

The total cost will depend on your needs as well as your geographic location. However, the average cost is between $800-$1,500 per syringe. The final cost will be dependent on the number of syringes you need to achieve your desired results.

How many Vollure treatments will I need?

You will only need one treatment to achieve results. With this treatment it’s not about the number of treatments as it is about the number of syringes needed during the treatment. Work with your practitioner beforehand to determine a plan of action if you are concerned about treatment.

How long is the recovery time with Vollure?

Recovery time should be minimal if not non-existent. Most patients return to normal activities immediately after treatment. However, experiencing side effects may have an effect on any recovery time. If you are prone to bruising or swelling, plan to take extra time off after treatment until the side effects go away.

How quickly will I see results from Vollure?

Patients notice results immediately with Vollure however swelling and individual response may obscure the results until that time passes.

How long will my Vollure results last?

Vollure lasts for about 18 months depending on your individual response. Over the 18 months, the product breaks down and results in a need for touch-up treatments. These ongoing corrections are needed in order to maintain results.

Are there other similar options to Vollure?

There are numerous dermal fillers that all work to add volume to the face. However, only Juvederm and its closest counterpart Restylane use hyaluronic acid as its base. For results that last along with a more natural appearance, Vollure is your best choice.