Wrinkles, lines, and furrows can make a person feel self-conscious about their appearance. These issues can make a person look much older than they actually are. Thankfully, there is a treatment people can go through that will allow them to be rid of their lines and wrinkles without going under the knife. With just a few injections, a person’s skin can be smoothed so they look years younger in under an hour. With Juvederm Waimea, a person’s skin can be renewed.
Juvederm is a treatment that is directly injected into the lines, wrinkles, and furrows. It contains hyaluronic acid which is naturally found in the skin. This acid has the unique ability to absorb many times its weight in fluid. These injections plump up the lines and wrinkles so the skin is much smoother and free of lines. The results can last up to one year, depending on how quickly the body absorbs the hyaluronic acid.
This treatment can also be used to treat recessed scars. When injected into the scar, the hyaluronic acid plumps up the recessed area so the scar looks less noticeable. With these treatments, a person can regain confidence in their appearance without having to go through expensive and risky plastic surgery procedures.
Having Juvederm injected rarely causes any major pain. When these injections are put in place, there may be some slight stinging in the area and the injections may cause some redness and minor irritation. This typically fades away within an hour or so after treatment. If a person is concerned about pain and discomfort, a topical numbing cream can be used to prevent any pain.
Juvederm Waimea can be carried out in a doctor’s office and there is no need for anesthesia. If you are tired of dealing with lines and wrinkles that are making you look much older, contact the office of David K. Hiranaka M.D. D.M.D. Through a consultation appointment, you can learn if you are a good candidate for the procedure. With Juvederm, you can have the younger looking skin you long for. Call today so you can get started. You can also visit them on Facebook for more information.
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