The Difference Between Neuromodulators and Dermal Fillers
Jeuveau™ has emerged as a longer-lasting, more cost effective treatment for forehead wrinkles, brow furrows, and crow’s feet than Botox®. Jeuveau™’s refined formula has satisfied patients for up to 5 months or longer in a head-to-head study with Botox® while being less expensive to ship. Similar to Botox® it blocks neurotransmitter signals to the muscles of the forehead, brows, and around the eyes to prevent muscle movement from creating and deepening wrinkles.
Dermal fillers such as Revanesse® Versa™ are gels made of hyaluronic acid (HA) molecules which fill in wrinkles, nasolabial folds, and add volume to cheeks and thin lips which have succumbed to gravity. Versa’s™ profound difference from products like Juvéderm® is in the shape of the HA molecules. Through a proprietary wet milling process, Versa™’s HA molecules are spherical, which improves integration with tissues to reduce swelling by up to 24%. Results are natural and can last up to 12 months or more. Priced less than other fillers, Versa™ is a better value toward your investment in yourself.
Can Jeuveau™ and Versa™ Be Used Together?
The answer is yes. Both are safe and effective together because they use different modes to target wrinkles. Jeuveau™ prevents muscle contraction while Versa™ redistributes volume and adds depth to hollow areas. Both medications together allows Dr. Verebelyi and the skilled injection specialists at Colorado Skin & Vein to rejuvenate the patient’s whole face by addressing wrinkles and volume loss.