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Juvederm in Toronto

Filler Before & After Pictures

From $499/syringe
Procedure Time
15-45 minutes
Recovery Time
1-2 days

How Much Does a Juvederm Cost?

Juvederm typically costs from $499 per syringe; however, the Juvederm Voluma price and Juvederm Ultra XC price vary – Voluma can cost up to $1,500 per syringe, and Ultra XC can cost around $670. It is best to book a consultation with the team at SpaMedica to fully understand the pricing.

How Long Does It Take to Recover From Juvederm?

Recovery usually takes 1 to 2 days.

How Long Does Juvederm Take?

The procedure takes 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the number of injections.

What Is Juvederm?

Juvederm is made from a naturally occurring substance, hyaluronic acid sugar gel polymer, the dermal filler’s main ingredient. Dermal fillers are injected into areas of concern to add volume to the skin.

Which Areas Can be Treated With Juvederm?

Juvederm can treat areas such as the forehead, around the eyes, the nasolabial folds, and around the mouth. It can also be used on the lips and cheeks. Juvederm is also commonly used during eyebrow lifts.

Combination is The Key

At your consultation, your consult coordinator will review the best combination of dermal fillers to provide results.

Why are there so many dermal fillers available? The answer is simple: using only one dermal filler may not give very noticeable results. Soft tissue filler results are often only achieved by the customized combination of two or more dermal filler products that work in different yet synergistic ways. These dermal fillers include:





● Bellafill (Artecoll)


Am I Ready for Juvederm?

You may qualify for Juvederm treatments if you’re relatively healthy, have reasonable expectations, and prefer a minimally invasive treatment with minimal downtime.

Who Is a Juvederm Candidate?

If you are unhappy with aspects of your appearance, such as age-related volume loss, you are likely a good candidate for Juvederm. Ideal candidates should have reasonable and realistic expectations going into their treatment.

If you aren’t a good candidate for Juvederm, you can review other nonsurgical treatments available at SpaMedica.

Juvederm Risks

Juvederm comes with a slight chance of potential complications. The best thing patients can do to minimize the likelihood of complications is to select a trusted physician.

Slight Swelling

It’s normal to experience subtle swelling at the injection site. This typically goes away within 1 to 2 days.

Mild Bruising

Some patients experience minor bruising at the injection site. The bruising typically goes away within a few days. Dr. Amber Chen and your SpaMedica injection specialist will help patients prepare for the treatment to minimize bruising.

Slight Discomfort

Slight discomfort is typical following a Juvederm injection. The discomfort is so mild that most people do not need to take over-the-counter medication to alleviate it.

Inflammation, Redness, and Lumpiness

While rare, some patients experience severe inflammation, redness, and lumpiness. These side effects normally disappear within a week. If they last longer, patients should contact SpaMedica.

Why Choose SpaMedica for Juvederm?

Our trusted and skilled injectors have treated countless patients at SpaMedica. Our experts customize each treatment to meet the needs of each patient, and the SpaMedica Injection nurses all have over 10 years of injection experience.

Different Types of Juvederm

Although SpaMedica may not offer the newer types of Juvederm available, four varieties are on the market now. They include:

Juvederm Voluma

The hyaluronic acid in this filler contains a pain-reducing additive of lidocaine.

Juvederm Volbella

This injectable is one of the longest-lasting lip treatments available, and it has pain-relieving lidocaine.

Juvederm Volift

The results of this filler are often instant, and it also contains lidocaine.

Juvederm Ultra XC and Ultra Plus XC

These fillers can last up to one year and include lidocaine for more comfort.

SpaMedica offers various types of Juvederm fillers. The filler required depends on the needs of the patients, so book a consultation today to learn which treatment is ideal for you.

Nonsurgical Juvederm Alternatives

Some different nonsurgical fillers available include Botox Injectable and other Dermal Fillers such as Restylane and Morpheus8. Check out our blog on choosing the right filler type to learn more.

How to Prepare for Juvederm

Juvederm injections are relatively simple, and minimal preparation is required. Patients need to:

  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid taking blood-thinning medication and Aspirin
  • Stop drinking alcohol for two weeks

Dr. Chen or the injection nurse will discuss additional preparations with patients if needed. Proper preparation reduces the risk of swelling and bruising.

Juvederm Recovery and Timeline

People go home or back to work immediately following a Juvederm injection. There is no downtime, but people should take precautions, such as no direct sunlight, drinking alcohol or wearing makeup for the first 24 hours. Patients should also refrain from strenuous activity on the first day.

There might be slight swelling, bruising, and discomfort for a day or two. By day three, most people are completely healed. It’s important not to rub the treated area for the first several days.

Juvederm FAQ

Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about Juvederm injections.

How Painful Is It to Get Juvederm in Lips?

Juvederm injections might cause mild discomfort, but they are not painful. Juvederm fillers contain lidocaine, which makes the injections much more comfortable. Laughing gas, known as nitrous oxide, or a local anesthetic, is offered for every injection.

How Long Does Juvederm Last?

The length depends on the type of Juvederm injection. Results last from six months to up to two years. Your SpaMedica injection specialists will review potential outcomes after assessing and determining which product is needed.

What is Juvederm made of?

Juvederm is a dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid sugar gel polymer.

Is Juvederm Botox?

No, Juvederm is a type of dermal filler while Botox is its own filler with its own unique ingredients.

Verified for Accuracy
The medical information on this page has been reviewed and verified for accuracy by Dr. Stephen Mulholland.

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