In general, the amount of filler you will need for your treatment will depend on the severity of the laxity of the skin on your cheeks and your aesthetic goals. Voluma syringes usually have a cc and many patients need between two and four syringes to complete treatment, which can be one to two syringes per cheek. When doing filler injections for the cheeks, we usually recommend 2 to 6 syringes. Weight loss and illness can also negatively affect fat pads on the cheeks, causing patients to need more padding to restore a youthful appearance.
Juvederm is a specific type of injectable dermal filler known as a hyaluronic acid filler. Hyaluronic acid fillers work by increasing the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin. This rehydrates and plumps the skin as a whole. When properly administered with an experienced injector, the technique can smooth deep facial lines, smooth out wrinkles, and restore fullness to the cheeks or lips.
This is still possible and most often because dermal fillers are improperly placed, so finding a physician experienced in the science and art of dermal filler application is also important. So how much filler is used in tear channels? Professionals will likely use 0.5 ml to 1 ml of tear canal filler, but a good professional will use their skill, experience and discretion to determine what amount is right for you, and they will be happy to answer your questions about under-eye filler. Fortunately, there are several tried and true cosmetic facial fillers available to restore lost volume and fill cheekbones. If it's something that bothers you, dermal filler can be used to treat the area and usually a professional will use between 0.5 ml and 2 ml of filler per side, depending on the person and the depth of the lines.
Depending on the degree of volume loss, the anterior cheek and lateral cheek may be 3 ml of filler (for both sides) and again, depending on how much volume is lost, I “normally” inject between 0.5 ml and 1 ml of filler per side of the preauricular area for hollow cheeks (a total of 1-2 ml). If you want your wrinkles to relax, then you should use Botox or another neuromodulator instead of fillers or combine it with your filler treatment. So how much padding is used in puppet lines? Typically, 0.5 ml to 1 ml of filler for each side of the face.