Which facial filler lasts the longest?

Of all the dermal fillers on the market, which works the best?

ANSWERS FROM DOCTORS (3)


Answered by Harry Glassman, M.D.

Of the Hyaluronic Acid fillers, Juvederm Volume lasts the longest. There are fillers that are not HA's and contain materials that provoke dermal scarring which last even longer but have more associated risks.

Published on Mar 30, 2018

Answered by Harry Glassman, M.D. (View Profile)

Of the Hyaluronic Acid fillers, Juvederm Volume lasts the longest. There are fillers that are not HA's and contain materials that provoke dermal scarring which last even longer but have more associated risks.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Esta Kronberg, M.D.

I personally like Juvederm and Evolence the best. We know Juvederm lasts around a year. Evolence has gotten the approval for 1 year but I have only been using it about 8 months. Patients seem to like it a lot. One of it's benefits is that it does not bruise much.It flows very nicely and has minimal bruising. Sometimes you need 2 syringes to get the same filling as Juvederm. Juvederm can definitely bruise. For the most long term filler, I like Artefill. I would prefer to use this on a patient that has had fillers in the past and knows that they like the look. Artefill lasts years. It also requires a 1 month skin test.

Published on Oct 01, 2009

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Answered by Esta Kronberg, M.D.

I personally like Juvederm and Evolence the best. We know Juvederm lasts around a year. Evolence has gotten the approval for 1 year but I have only been using it about 8 months. Patients seem to like it a lot. One of it's benefits is that it does not bruise much.It flows very nicely and has minimal bruising. Sometimes you need 2 syringes to get the same filling as Juvederm. Juvederm can definitely bruise. For the most long term filler, I like Artefill. I would prefer to use this on a patient that has had fillers in the past and knows that they like the look. Artefill lasts years. It also requires a 1 month skin test.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Greenwich Medical Skincare and Laser Spa

There are many new fillers in the market. The choice depends on what you
are looking to correct.
Some of the popular fillers are:
Restylane
Perlane
Juvaderm Ultra
Juvaderm Ultra Plus
Radiesse
Evolence, recently introduced
fillers made of hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a substance naturally found
in our body. The difference between these fillers are the manufacturers and
their manufacturing process. They can last any where from six months to a
year. At our practice we mainly use the HA fillers and achieve great
results. We like Juvaderm Ultra for the lips.
facial fold and wrinkles. We like Radiesse for volumizing the hands. The
results can last up to a year or more depending the client and how his/her
body metabolizes the product.
collagen, a protein that is responsible for skin structure and strength. It
does not require any skin testing. Unlike other dermal fillers, Evolence
causes little or no swelling, or bruising, or even redness. It can last six
to 12 months.

Published on Oct 01, 2009

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Answered by Greenwich Medical Skincare and Laser Spa

There are many new fillers in the market. The choice depends on what you
are looking to correct.
Some of the popular fillers are:
Restylane
Perlane
Juvaderm Ultra
Juvaderm Ultra Plus
Radiesse
Evolence, recently introduced
fillers made of hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a substance naturally found
in our body. The difference between these fillers are the manufacturers and
their manufacturing process. They can last any where from six months to a
year. At our practice we mainly use the HA fillers and achieve great
results. We like Juvaderm Ultra for the lips.
facial fold and wrinkles. We like Radiesse for volumizing the hands. The
results can last up to a year or more depending the client and how his/her
body metabolizes the product.
collagen, a protein that is responsible for skin structure and strength. It
does not require any skin testing. Unlike other dermal fillers, Evolence
causes little or no swelling, or bruising, or even redness. It can last six
to 12 months.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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