Juvederm, a hyaluronic-acid-based dermal filler, was approved by the U.S. FDA just one year ago; and now, it’s approval label is already being changed.
The original approval stated that results last up to six months. However, based on post-approval studies, there is evidence that Juvederm may last in the skin for up to one year.
How long your results will last with any dermal filler is variable; it’s based on the filler itself, where it is injected, and what else may be injected with it. Your own body chemistry and how readily something reabsorbs is also a factor. What most doctors agree upon is that if you renew your injections before all your correction has diminished, your results the next time around will likely last a little longer.
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