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Types of Juvederm Fillers and When To Use Them

What is Juvederm Dermal Filler Used For?: Types & Side Effects
June 20th 2018
What is Juvederm? Juvederm is a brand of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers manufactured by Allergan. The Juvederm fillers can be categorised into 2 collections—Vycross™ and Ultra—which are differentiated by the type of technologies used to manufacture them. Vycross Technology is used to produce fillers with a combination of low molecular weight and high molecular weight hyaluronic acid. The resulting fillers are very cohesive and easily mould to correct numerous skin concerns for a natural appearance. There are also fewer incidences of post-injection swelling. The fillers in this collection are: Volite with Lidocaine Volbella with Lidocaine Volift with Lidocaine (also known as Volift Retouch) Voluma with Lidocaine The Ultra collection is manufactured using Hyalacross™ Technology, which creates a gel with an ultra-smooth consistency. The dermal fillers in this line are: Ultra Smile Ultra 2 (also known as Ultra XC) Ultra 3 (also known as ...

What are the Differences Between Belotero Dermal Filler vs Juvederm?

What are the Differences Between Belotero Dermal Filler vs Juvederm?
June 20th 2018
What is Belotero? Belotero is a collection of non-permanent soft tissue fillers manufactured by Merz Pharmaceuticals. These fillers are composed of cross-linked synthetic hyaluronic acid gel that is processed using 2 patented technologies: Cohesive Polydensified Matrix (CPM) and Dynamic Cross-Linking Technology (DCLT). The resulting monophasic fillers have varying concentrations of hyaluronic acid and viscoelasticity to treat a wide range of skin imperfections—from skin dullness to severe loss of facial volume. What is Juvederm? Juvederm is another range of soft tissue fillers made from cross-linked non-animal hyaluronic acid manufactured by Allergan. The gel is processed using 2 different manufacturing technologies—Vycross and Hyalacross—to give rise 2 collections of implants: the Vycross and Ultra. Both of these ranges have varying hyaluronic acid concentrations as well as viscoelastic properties. These aesthetic solutions are used to treat a lot of skin probl ...

What is Deoxycholic (Cholanoic) Acid Injection?: Uses & Side Effects

What is Deoxycholic (Cholanoic) Acid Injection?: Uses & Side Effects
June 19th 2018
What is deoxycholic acid? Deoxycholic acid—also known as cholanoic acid or 3α,12α-dihydroxy-5β-cholan-24-oic acid—is a type of secondary bile acid that is produced in the liver. This compound is produced naturally in the human body by intestinal bacteria action from cholate. It is also usually conjugated with glycine or taurine. Deoxycholic acid is important in ensuring that the normal digestive process happens smoothly as it emulsifies dietary fats in the intestine. Deoxycholic acid also facilitates the absorption and excretion of fats and sterols in the intestine as well as in the liver. What are the indications for the usage of deoxycholic acid? Thanks to progressive research and development in the medical industry, deoxycholic acid is now manufactured synthetically to help reduce the severity of moderate-to-severe fat below the chin (submental fat). This synthetic deoxycholic acid formulated for the purpose of reducing “double chin” ma ...