How much Voluma XC is needed for first-timers?

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Answered by Azani Medical Spa: Aesthetic, Anti-Aging, and Plastic Surgery Center

It depends on the patient. It is necessary to have a consultation to determine.

Published on Jan 18, 2016

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Answered by Azani Medical Spa: Aesthetic, Anti-Aging, and Plastic Surgery Center

It depends on the patient. It is necessary to have a consultation to determine.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Rejuve

That depends on your age and the severity of the volume loss. On average, 1 syringe on each side is typical. Other patients may need more.

Published on Jan 15, 2016

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Answered by Rejuve

That depends on your age and the severity of the volume loss. On average, 1 syringe on each side is typical. Other patients may need more.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Modernart MedSpa & Salon

The amount of Voluma you will need completely depends on the structure of your face, your age, and your goals. I use Voluma in every area of the face now. I find it extremely versatile and reliable, and I get far less swelling than with other fillers. I'm assuming here you're referring to filling your mid-face or doing a "liquid lift." The old rule of thumb was you needed an average of 4 syringes to achieve lift. I've found over the years this isn't necessarily true. I often get a great, natural-looking and, importantly, natural-MOVING lift with just 2 syringes. So often I see faces that look wonderful, as long as it doesn't move! I find it so important to have the client smile, talk and annimate their face during the treatment to make sure they look good from every angle. So to answer your question, there is no cookie cutter formula. I've done as little as 1 and as much as 10 in a single setting! It would help to know how old you are.

Published on Jan 15, 2016

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Answered by Modernart MedSpa & Salon

The amount of Voluma you will need completely depends on the structure of your face, your age, and your goals. I use Voluma in every area of the face now. I find it extremely versatile and reliable, and I get far less swelling than with other fillers. I'm assuming here you're referring to filling your mid-face or doing a "liquid lift." The old rule of thumb was you needed an average of 4 syringes to achieve lift. I've found over the years this isn't necessarily true. I often get a great, natural-looking and, importantly, natural-MOVING lift with just 2 syringes. So often I see faces that look wonderful, as long as it doesn't move! I find it so important to have the client smile, talk and annimate their face during the treatment to make sure they look good from every angle. So to answer your question, there is no cookie cutter formula. I've done as little as 1 and as much as 10 in a single setting! It would help to know how old you are.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Pismo Vitality

The answer varies on the amount of volume you wish to provide. Typically one or two.

Published on Jan 15, 2016

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Answered by Pismo Vitality

The answer varies on the amount of volume you wish to provide. Typically one or two.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center

It's hard to know without seeing you in person, but generally it will take 1-2 syringes no matter if it's your first time or not.

Published on Jan 15, 2016

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Answered by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center

It's hard to know without seeing you in person, but generally it will take 1-2 syringes no matter if it's your first time or not.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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