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Las Vegas Medical Spa Introduces First FDA-Approved HA Filler for Midfacial Volume Enhancement

Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa Reveals the Newest and Only FDA-Approved Hyaluronic Acid-Based Injectable for Battling Age-Related Volume Deficits in the Cheeks and Mid-Face

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- There are a considerable number of options for patients seeking to maintain a youthful facial appearance by using injectable dermal fillers, including popular products such as JUVÉDERM® and Restylane®. Until recently, however, no hyaluronic acid-based injectable treatment has been FDA-approved for volume enhancement in the cheeks and midface-- areas subject to volume deficits and fine lines, according to Las Vegas Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Mary Sullivan-Bryan, RN, CANS. JUVÉDERM VOLUMA™ XC, now available at Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa, is an innovative filler designed to augment the midfacial region while also helping to smooth lines and wrinkles caused by aging.

As detailed in "Benefits of JUVEDERM VOLUMA™ XC" -- a blog post on the Advanced Aesthetics website -- this nonsurgical treatment is intended to produce immediate volume enhancement results for patients seeking to minimize tell tale signs of aging through minimally invasive means. A variety of other benefits include:

  • Longer lasting outcomes than similar treatments
  • Reversible effects
  • The product's solution is composed of naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid
  • Often a quick procedure
  • Little to no recovery time necessary
  • Minimal discomfort

Mary and her team at Advanced Aesthetics assure patients the results are clinically proven to last up to two years in many instances. The formula for JUVÉDERM VOLUMA™ XC also incorporates a local anesthetic to further reduce discomfort.

Ultimately, Mary considers JUVÉDERM VOLUMA™ XC to be a superior injectable filler for the midfacial area due to its ability to achieve longer-lasting results than other non-surgical injectable alternatives.

About Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa

Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa consists of a team of aesthetic nurse specialists and licensed injectors, led by founder and owner Mary Sullivan-Bryan, RN, CANS. In addition to dermal fillers like JUVÉDERM VOLUMA™ XC, Mary and her team offer patients a variety of cosmetic procedures, including laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, photofacial/IPL therapy, and chemical peels.

For more information about Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa, visit advancedaestheticslv.com and facebook.com/AdvancedAestheticsLV.

To view the original source of this press release, click here:
http://www.advancedaestheticslv.com/juvederm-voluma/las-vegas-medical-spa-introduces-first-fda-approved-ha-filler-for-midfacial-volume-enhancement/

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Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa
2150 South Rainbow Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
(702) 838-4644

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