Evolence is a new dermal filler based on natural collagen used to fill moderate-to-deep facial wrinkles and folds such as the nasolabial folds. As we age, we lose collagen which is the main substance in our skin providing structure and support. Evolence is strategically injected to replace this lost collagen.
Evolence has several highlights. It is synthesized in such a way as to mimic the 3-dimensional structure of collagen naturally found in our skin. Unlike older collagen molecules, no skin testing is required prior to treatment with Evolence. Elovence causes minimal-to-no swelling or bruising, so downtime is minimized. In clinical studies, results from Evolence lasted at least 6 months.
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What are the main side effects of Evolence?
The main side effects of Evolence are bruising, swelling, and, as with any filler, a low risk of infection. Evolence may have a lower incidence of bruising and swelling.
How long does Evolence last?
Johnson & Johnson, the makers of Evolence, state that results last at least 6 months. Evolence is new in the United States, so there is not much clinical experience to support this claim yet. However, Evolence has been used in Canada, Europe, and Israel for some time now.
What is the most popular place to use Evolence?
The most popular place to put fillers similar to Evolence is in the nasolabial folds. These are the lines that run from the nose to the corners of the mouth. However, experienced injectors can use fillers in many other areas of the face.
Can Evolence be used with other rejuvenating procedures or products?
The key to success with any program of rejuvenation is to combine treatments. No single product or procedure can provide complete rejuvenation. Elovence can be combined with other fillers, Botox, and laser treatments. A complete program for rejuvenation may combine some or all of these.
To develop a complete program for rejuvenation, please schedule a consultation by calling (818) 885-0455. Not all procedures need to be performed at once.[si-contact-form form=’1′]