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Revanesse in Toronto

Starts from $499/syringe
Procedure Time
Less than an hour
Recovery Time
24-48 hours

How Much Does Revanesse Cost?

At SpaMedica, the average cost of Revanesse price in Canada starts at $299 per syringe performed by a registered nurse and $699 per syringe performed by a physician, depending on the number of units injected.

How Long Does it Take to Recover from Revanesse?

Patients will be able to return to their normal routine almost immediately after the procedure, as little to no downtime is required. However, please note that exercise should be postponed for the first 24-48 hours.

How Long Does Revanesse Dermal Filler Injection Take?

The length of the procedure depends on the desired outcome of the patient. However, on average, Revanesse dermal filler treatment takes less than an hour to complete.

What is Revanesse Injection?

It’s one of life’s most frustrating truths; it’s impossible to halt the passing of time and its effects on the body. However, there is some good news: we can undergo treatments to significantly reduce the signs of aging.

By injecting dermal fillers that include hyaluronic acid, like the Revanesse dermal filler, it is possible to restore volume loss in certain facial features.

Combination is The Key

At the time of your consultation, your consult coordinator will review the best combination of dermal fillers to provide the results you are looking for.
Using only one dermal filler may not give the best results. Soft tissue filler results are often only achieved by the customized combination of two or more of the dermal filler products that work in different yet synergistic and summative ways.

Fillers you can combine with your Revanesse treatment include:





● Bellafill (Artecoll)


Only in Canada, eh?

Revanesse is the only dermal filler manufactured in North America and right here in Toronto! The manufacturer, Prollenium Medical Technologies, is located in Aurora, in the North end of Toronto, and has been refining its expert hyaluronic acid products and dermal fillers for over 10 years.

Drawing on local Toronto bioengineers from Waterloo, George Brown, York University, and U of T, Prollenium has quickly become the world’s premier Hyaluronic Acid Dermal filler company, taking on heavyweights Revanesse and Juvederm. Revanesse, Juvederm, and Restylane are all in the same “off-the-shelf” sugar gels family.

Prolleniums product line, Revanesse, is an elegant masterpiece whose proprietary manufacturing had to pass the strict Health Canada Manufacturing standards for GMP/ISO, etc., resulting in a dermal filler with the lowest bacterial count and most desirable features of any Hyaluronic acid gel on the market.

Who is a Revanesse Candidate?

There is no particular age restriction for Revanesse dermal filler treatment, and no specific trait defines a “good” candidate. Fundamentally, good candidates should have logical expectations concerning the risks and benefits of the surgery.

Risks of Revanesse Injection

Like all dermal filler procedures, Revanesse treatment comes with the risk of potential complications. Although Dr. Amber Chen has not seen most of many of the side effects listed below, these Revanesse risks have been reported:


In most cases, redness is resolved a day or two after the treatment.


Facial skin is particularly tender after the treatment.


While it is likely that patients will experience some itchiness after the surgery, most discomfort is diminished after the first week.


Bruising is typically minimal but can occasionally be visible after the surgery.

Why Choose SpaMedica for a Revanesse Injection?

Led by the incomparable Dr. Chen, the skilled and experienced Physician and RN injectors at SpaMedica combine technical proficiency and unparalleled precision with an individualized approach that puts the patient first.

Non-Surgical Revanesse Alternatives

Botox Injection, other Dermal Fillers, Morpheus8, and Fractional lasers can all be used as non-surgical alternatives.

How is a Revanesse Injection Performed by Dr. Amber Chen?

At SpaMedica, Revanesse treatment is performed under local anesthesia. During the procedure, Dr. Amber Chen injects the dermal filler into an injection site on the patient’s face.

What are the different types of Revanesse Dermal filler Injection?

4 main types of Revanesse dermal filler are deployed for different indications.

Revanesse Ultra Plus

For supporting contours right under the skin and under eyes.

Revanesse Shape

Injected along the bones for potential lifting.

Revanesse Contour

For the Buttocks, pecs, deltoids, and body regions.

Revanesse Kiss

A dermal filler product for lip augmentation.

How to Prepare for Revanesse

Before your treatment, Dr. Amber Chen or another member of the injection team will review your medications and medical history. Based on the scope of the work being done, SpaMedica doctors may recommend that you stop taking certain medications before the treatment.

What to Expect After Revanesse

The effects of Revanesse dermal filler treatment can be seen immediately. Following your Revanesse treatment, Dr. Mulholland and his team in Toronto will recommend a postoperative care regime. This regime will include instructions about avoiding physical activity, abstaining from alcohol and smoking to retain moisture, and minimizing exposure to the sun.

Revanesse Recovery & Timeline

Immediately After the Treatment: Patients should still avoid applying pressure to the treatment area and making extreme facial expressions for at least 24 hours after the treatment.

1 Day After the Treatment: Discomfort, itchiness, tenderness, and swelling at the injection site should subside completely.

2 Days After the Treatment: Patients can resume doing physical activities.

3 Days After the Treatment: You should be able to see full results, which will last for up to 9 months.

9 Months After the Treatment: The effects of the Revanesse dermal filler treatment have subsided, and patients can now schedule another appointment if they’d like.

Best Procedures Paired with Revanesse Injections

Blepharoplasty, Thread lift, mini facelift, double chin, neck lift surgery, and fractional radiofrequency resurfacing are all often combined with Revanesse dermal filler injections.

Revanesse Injection FAQ

How Painful Is It to Get Revanesse?

After the procedure, patients can expect a bit of discomfort, tenderness, and swelling at the injection site.

What is Revanesse Versa?

Revanesse Versa is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler for treating moderate to severe skin concerns.

Is Revanesse better than Juvederm?

You need to make that decision based on your own research and during your consultation with the SpaMedica team.


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