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Perlane Lift® & Voluma®

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Perlane Lift® and Voluma® are injectable gels used for the correction of moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles. As skin ages the production of hyaluronic acid (HA) diminishes. Perlane Lift® and Voluma® are hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers. Hyaluronic acid fillers contain a molecule that is common to all humans. Therefore, allergic reaction is extremely unlikely.

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring component of our skin, organs and joints and therefore it is very unlikely the patient will have an allergic reaction.

These fillers are used to enhance the lips, cheeks (Restylane Lift / Voluma XC) and to fill areas of the face where time and aging have made unwanted changes to our appearance.

Depending on the area and the type of HA filler chosen, your correction could last from 1-2 years.

Restylane Lyft® & Voluma XC®

These revolutionary “larger molecule hyaluronic acid fillers are used for lift of the cheeks where time and gravity have taken the volume from our once youthful faces. Results typically last 1 to 2 years.


Juvéderm offers outstanding, vibrant enhancements to your smile lines, corner lines, marionette lines, and vertical lip lines for up to one year with optimal treatment. Since this treatment is non-surgical, it can be performed during a brief in-office visit, and requires no downtime so you can return to your regular activities right after treatment! Juvéderm also includes an ingredient called lidocaine, which is a type of anesthetic to numb the injection areas for minimal discomfort during treatment.


Kybella is an injectable solution of deoxycholic acid, which is a naturally occurring molecule in your body that breaks down and absorbs dietary fat. During your consultation, your injection specialist will determine the best treatment plan for you based on your desired changes. Most patients require 2 to 4 treatment sessions spaced no less than one month apart, but up to 6 treatments may be necessary to achieve your goals.