Deciding to Have Juvederm Ultra Treatment

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If you are interested in changing the appearance of your facial skin without drastic measures then Juvederm Ultra is a good treatment to research further. It is a minimally evasive treatment with little pain associated with the injections and immediate results. Although the results are not permanent, they do last longer than other dermal fillers and the treatment is much more comfortable.

Once you have looked at dermal fillers and if you are interested in Juvederm Ultra, you need to decide how much treatment you want. Look at the areas of the face that you are most unhappy with, especially those with large wrinkle lines. Juvederm Ultra can act on the static lines of your face and is most effective in the wrinkles around your mouth and eyes as well as enhancing your lips.  You then need to find a medical anaesthetic practitioner that is certified to carry out the treatment.

The best way to find a qualified practitioner is to look on the Juvederm Ultra website for clinics in your area.  Once you have found one nearby, make an appointment and you can ask the practitioner about the treatment and side effects to see if it is right for you. The doctor will assess your medical history and general health to ensure that you are suitable for Juvederm Ultra. You need to explain exactly what you expect from the treatment and then the doctor can make sure that these expectations are realistic and describe what the results of the treatment will be. As the treatment is not paid for by the NHS, you can also discuss the cost of the treatment.

Preparing for treatment

The Juvederm Ultra treatment is relatively quick and will not impact on your schedule. There are a few things that you need to make sure are in order before you have the treatment and your doctor will tell you about these. You should avoid taking any medications such as non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs or aspirin because they can increase the risk of bleeding which increases the overall risk of bruising. Also, make sure that you understand the full risks associated with the treatment and what the outcome of the treatment will be.

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