In recent years, the beauty industry has seen a shift towards more contoured and lifted looks, with an emphasis on sculpting and enhancing the natural features of the face. One of the most in-demand areas of facial contouring is the jawline. There is now finally a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that has received FDA approval for this specific purpose! JUVÉDERM® VOLUX® XC is an injectable geloffering a solution to help patients achieve a more defined and sculpted jawline without the need for surgery.
JUVÉDERM® VOLUX® XC is the first hyaluronic acid-based injectable filler approved by the FDA that specifically targets the jawline, an area of concern for many consumers. As with any new aesthetic treatment, it is important for medical professionals to understand the product and its proper application in order to ensure safe and effective results.
Understanding Facial Anatomy for Safe and Effective Results
Facial anatomy plays a critical role in administering safe and effective facial aesthetic treatments. A deep understanding of facial anatomy is essential for identifying key facial musculature, understanding facial vasculature, identifying key landmarks for administering safe facial aesthetic treatments, and knowing which treatment areas are most safe and effective for certain products.
By having a comprehensive understanding of facial anatomy, medical professionals can ensure the safety of their patients and increase their satisfaction rate. Understanding which products work best in what parts of the face will provide better and more efficient results, leading to happier customers.
Using Volux for Jawline Sculpting
Creating an individualized plan and injection strategy for each patient is ideal, as each patient’s facial structure is unique. This will allow practitioners to use Volux and other neurotoxins and dermal fillers alone or in combination to obtain optimal results for their patients.
Medical professionals interested in using JUVÉDERM® VOLUX® XC in the jawline can start by participating in the product training program offered by it’s makers, Allergan Medical Institute, which includes facial anatomy, considerations for safe injection in this area, appropriate patient selection, and aseptic technique. In addition to the on-label manufacturer training, comprehensive training for jawline injections is available here at AAI for experienced injectors in our masters level neurotoxins and dermal fillers classes.
Make Time for Advanced Training
- An individualized plan and injection strategy for each patient is ideal for achieving optimal results.
- Comprehensive training on both the product and injection technique is essential for safe and effective use of Volux in the jawline.
- Volux injectable gel is specifically FDA-approved for jawline enhancement, including the chin and jowl area, for patients over the age of 21.
Safety and Effectiveness of Volux for Jawline Enhancement
As with any aesthetic treatment, there are risks and potential complications associated with the use of JUVÉDERM® VOLUX® XC. However, when administered by trained and experienced medical professionals, the risks are generally low and the benefits are significant.
It is important for medical professionals to inform their patients of the possible side effects of Volux, which can include tenderness, swelling, lumps, and bruising. Patients should also be advised to avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, and fish oils before treatment to minimize the risk of bruising. While the results may vary depending on the individual patient, Volux is specifically designed to improve jawline definition. If you are interested in learning more about incorporating jawline injections into your practice, contact us today for more information!
- “Juvéderm’s Newest Filler, Volux, Is Approved by the FDA” – Allure
- “A Randomized, Controlled, Multicenter Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the JUVÉDERM VOLUMA® XC Injectable Gel for Mid-Face Correction” – Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology
- “Understanding Facial Anatomy” – Aesthetic Advancements Institute