Juvederm / Fillers

Juvederm / Fillers

Enhancing volume is one of the the key elements of facial rejuvenation and fillers are a simple, safe and effective treatment to achieve this. Best of all, the positive changes begin immediately. The result is improved facial contours and a more youthful appearance. And if your desire is fuller lips it does that too.

Everyone will notice how good you look after your JUVEDERM® treatment, but no one will know why<>

A JUVEDERM® treatment is an easy and instant cosmetic enhancement that gives you a refreshed look. It smoothes wrinkles and restores volume – reversing the signs of aging. It can also be used to enhance facial features such as your lips and cheeks for added fullness and definition with a natural look.

What makes our Juvederm and other filler treatments different?

Our medical staff recognizes the importance of natural results. We utilize an incremental approach to gradually optimize and maintain your results. We utilize only non-permanent fillers because as your face changes the approach with fillers also change. Whether your goal is a more youthful appearance or simply fuller lips, there is a filler for you.

Download  our Juvederm Visualizer to see how filler could enhance your best you or contact us today to schedule a free consultation in any of our Ottawa, Orillia, Owen Sound or Brantford locations to see what Juvederm can do for you.

Juvederm | A history

In 1934, medical researchers Karl Meyer and John Palmer, scientists at Columbia University in New York, found that one of the chief functions of hyaluronic acid is maintaining skin volume and hydration, along with other body maintenance functions and tasks.

Meyer and Palmer first isolated the substance from the eye of a cow and named hyaluronic acid by combining the Greek word for glass—hyalos—and the uronic sugar contained in hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid later found uses in the baking and food industry in the 1940s and, by the 1990s, found its way into the medical field for use in joint pain, treating wounds, eye surgery and, finally, in 1996, for facial tissue augmentation in Europe.