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Blepharoplasty

$
4,285
Upper or Lower Eyelids
$
6,595
Upper And Lower Eyelids
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5,935
Lower Lids + Tightening (Blepharocanthoplasty)
$
$
$
$
$
4,285
$
$
5,935

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Procedure Time
1 hr
Recovery Time
1 week
$
4,285
Upper or Lower Eyelids
$
6,595
Upper And Lower Eyelids
$
5,935
Lower Lids + Tightening (Blepharocanthoplasty)
$
$
$
$
$
4,285
$
$
5,935

All Fillers $100 Off Through The Month Of May

Procedure Time
1 hr
Recovery Time
1 week

Blepharoplasty

Dermal filler injections are among the most popular cosmetic procedures in the United States with over a million injections performed every year. Within the dermal filler category, hyaluronic acid fillers are by far the most popular due to their good safety profile and versatility.

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Juvederm Ultra

$525

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Juvederm Ultra Plus

$550

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Juvederm Voluma

$850

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Ultra : Normally used as a lip filler, Juvederm Ultra can also treat the nasolabial folds. Typically, Ultra is considered among the thinnest of Juvederm's fillers. It lasts on average around three to six months.

Ultra Plus : Contains lidocaine for improved comfort and is also used for dramatic lip augmentation. It is also used in the nasolabial folds. Slightly thicker than Ultra, it has a few more uses and sometimes is used in the cheeks or chin. It is versatile and great for volume loss and facial wrinkles. Juvederm Ultra Plus also lasts around six months, though can last longer in some places and individuals.

Voluma : Among the longest lasting hyaluronic acid option, Voluma is typically used in the chin or cheeks. It can last up to two years. Out of all hyaluronic acid fillers, it is often considered the one that lasts the longest.

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Juvederm Bellevue & Kirkland

Dermal filler injections are among the most popular cosmetic procedures in the United States with over a million injections performed every year. Within the dermal filler category, hyaluronic acid fillers are by far the most popular due to their good safety profile and versatility. Two filler manufacturers offer hyaluronic acid fillers–Restylane and Juvederm. Both are about equal in usage and most providers offer both. Northwest Face & Body offers the best Juvederm Bellevue and Kirkland provides.

The Lowdown On Juvederm

Juvederm is a type of cosmetic injectable known as a dermal filler. It is injected for two main purposes: to fill hollows and wrinkles or to augment areas of the face. Primarily used on the face, dermal fillers like Juvederm are among the top non-surgical procedures for anti-aging. With millions of filler injections performed every year, it is an extremely popular and versatile tool for looking younger and achieving your ideal facial aesthetic.

Within facial fillers, some subcategories refer to what the filler is made out of. Juvederm belongs to the largest and most used classification: hyaluronic acid fillers. This means that Juvederm is lower risk than semi-permanent fillers and can treat more places such as the lips.

The master injectors at Northwest Face & Body are masters at using Juvederm to artfully augment and fill in facial features. Northwest Face & Body provides the best Juvederm Bellevue and Kirkland offers.

The Lowdown On Juvederm

Juvederm has many applications across the face. Some of the areas Juvederm can treat include:

Patients can usually treat multiple areas at once. Juvederm also pairs well with neurotoxin treatment such as BOTOX or Dysport. Your master injector will discuss which areas you are a candidate for treatment and the best Juvederm filler for each area.

Advantages Of Hyaluronic Acid Based Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, the largest concentrations of which are in the eyes and joints. Therefore, while rejection or allergy to the filler is possible, it is highly unlikely. Another major benefit of hyaluronic acid filler is that they have a natural reversal agent, hyaluronidase.

When injected, it breaks up the filler. If you experience major side effects or complications or end up unhappy with your new look, there is an easy antidote. This also increases the safety of hyaluronic acid fillers when compared with other types of fillers. If occlusion (the injection of filler into a blood vessel) or an adverse event occurs, it can be immediately addressed in the office.

While it may not seem like an advantage at first, the temporary nature of hyaluronic acid fillers allows patients to stop treatments whenever they want, try out various filler options, and try out different looks each time. This experimentation allows patients to find the exactly right filler option and technique for them.

Types Of Juvederm Filler

Juvederm makes a few different fillers that each have a slightly varied consistency and tend to be used in different areas. The main Juvederm offerings are Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, and Juvederm Voluma. Your master injector can discuss each option with you in detail and help determine which is best for the area you are treating and your goals.

  • Ultra: Normally used as a lip filler, Juvederm Ultra can also treat the nasolabial folds. Typically, Ultra is considered among the thinnest of Juvederm's fillers. It lasts on average around three to six months.
  • Ultra Plus: Contains lidocaine for improved comfort and is also used for dramatic lip augmentation. It is also used in the nasolabial folds. Slightly thicker than Ultra, it has a few more uses and sometimes is used in the cheeks or chin. It is versatile and great for volume loss and facial wrinkles. Juvederm Ultra Plus also lasts around six months, though can last longer in some places and individuals.
  • Voluma: Among the longest lasting hyaluronic acid option, Voluma is typically used in the chin or cheeks. It can last up to two years. Out of all hyaluronic acid fillers, it is often considered the one that lasts the longest.

Before & After Juvederm Injections In Bellevue

Consultation

The first step for undergoing Juvederm filler injections in Bellevue is to attend a consultation with a master injector. At this appointment, your master injector will ask you about your goals, medical history, history with fillers, and lifestyle. They may also briefly examine the area to evaluate the skin quality, thickness, and other factors that influence the filler choice and process.

If they believe you are a good candidate for your chosen procedure, they will discuss the many fillers you have to choose from. In some cases, you may undergo filler injections the same day. Otherwise, you can schedule your appointment at your convenience or before leaving the office.

Injection Process

First, your master injector will prep the injection sites. This involves disinfecting the areas with alcohol and cleansing them of any makeup or environmental debris. After this, they will likely apply topical numbing cream. This will sit for around ten to twenty minutes. During this time, your injector will prepare the Juvederm.

Your master injector will then begin the filler injections. Depending on the treatment, they may use a needle or cannula. If using a needle, they will start injections immediately. With a cannula, they will make a small entry point for the cannula using a small needle. After inserting the needle or cannula they will slowly inject the filler. They may move the needle within the injection point or inject at multiple sites to add volume evenly for the ideal results.

For most areas, the injections themselves do not take longer than about ten to fifteen minutes. You can have multiple areas treated at the same time. Along with the topical numbing cream, the Juvederm contains a small amount of lidocaine to help ease the filler as it is injected.

Aftercare

In the days following the injections, you may notice some common side effects such as:

  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Redness
  • Discomfort
  • Itchiness
  • Lumps

For the most part, these side effects should clear up in a week or two. For a day or two following Juvederm injections, your master injector may recommend avoiding strenuous exercise, alcohol, and certain blood-thinning medications and supplements.

Your filler will continue to settle for about two weeks. If you still notice lumps, unevenness, or the result does not fit your goals after two weeks, our master injectors can perform a quick touch up.

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What Is A Blepharoplasty?

The eyes are one of the first areas of the face to show the signs and symptoms of aging. If your eyes are making you look weary, depressed, or angry, regardless of how you feel, you may wish to consider an eye surgery, or blepharoplasty. A blepharoplasty here at NW Face can give you a more rested appearance and a whole new look.

There are a number of factors that result in an aged appearance around our eyes. One’s genetic heritage is a major factor. There is a distinct similarity amongst family members in the appearance of one’s eyes and the changes they undergo as they age. Additionally, skin care (or lack thereof) and prior sun exposure may affect the progression of aging in this area. Changes in the upper and lower eyelid regions affect the eyes in different ways.

What Is An Upper Eyelid Surgery?

In the upper eyelid region, there are two primary factors that can lead to an undesired appearance. The first can best be described as the appearance of excessive or “bunched” skin tissue. However, it is not always best to have excessive skin tissue removed. In many instances, a general laxity of the brow is the culprit. When we age, often times our brows begin to sag, leading to a “bunching” of our skin tissue. By analogy, this appearance is similar to bunching up the sheets at the end of a bed.

In many instances, it is not always best to have excessive skin removed. Once removed, it is very difficult to replace facial skin. If too much facial tissue is removed, an individual is often unsatisfied with the results, but has effectively “burned the bridge” by leaving too little tissue to work with. We routinely see individuals who have undergone upper eyelid surgery only to find out that skin removal did not accomplish the desired goal.

At NW Face, we prefer to first perform a comprehensive analysis of a patient’s face to determine exactly why it appears the patient’s skin is sagging. Often times, the best solution is to perform a brow lift. In other instances, the issue really is a roll of excessive skin. Only after we perform an in-depth analysis do we undergo a procedure tailored to the individual and their goals.

The second factor that may affect the appearance of a patient’s upper eyelids is the presence of fatty pockets under the lids themselves. When this is the culprit, we are able to remove these fatty deposits through a miniature incision over the treatment areas.

What Is A Lower Eyelid Surgery?

In the lower lids, the most common problem we see in our office and operating room is the formation of areas of fullness (bagginess) under a patient’s eyes. Closely tied to family genetics, this “baggy” appearance is often seen earlier in life than other issues surrounding a patient’s eyes. This appearance is due to fatty deposits around the eyes not being properly held in position.

Getting into more detail, the supporting structures around our eyes are known medically as the orbital septa. As the septa weakens, eyes can bulge due to fat herniating out of the supported areas, resulting in bulging and overhang of tissue. This “shelf” of tissue casts a shadow, which is what leads to the typical dark circles seen under patient’s eyes. To fix this problem, the surgeons here at NW Face perform a procedure known as a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. In this treatment, we first make a small incision just inside the eyelid to expose the excess fat. We then remove any excess fat, often times without any skin removal. Patients are left with no visible incision, no sutures and a quick recovery. In many cases, results are seen almost instantly.

Getting into more detail, the supporting structures around our eyes are known medically as the orbital septa. As the septa weakens, eyes can bulge due to fat herniating out of the supported areas, resulting in bulging and overhang of tissue. This “shelf” of tissue casts a shadow, which is what leads to the typical dark circles seen under patient’s eyes. To fix this problem, the surgeons here at NW Face perform a procedure known as a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. In this treatment, we first make a small incision just inside the eyelid to expose the excess fat. We then remove any excess fat, often times without any skin removal. Patients are left with no visible incision, no sutures and a quick recovery. In many cases, results are seen almost instantly.

How Long Does It To Take To Recover From An Eyelid Surgery?

Eyelid surgeries are quickly performed under both general and local anesthesia. Often times, the procedures are relatively painless. Recovery times are rapid, with little to no noticeable effects seen as soon as three days later. Side effects, if any, are generally limited to minor bruising around the lower lid region.

What Can An Eyelid Surgery Do For Me?

Well-planned eyelid surgery results in a dramatic restoration of the youthful appearance of the eyes, eliminating the heaviness and fatigued look.

How Much Does Eyelid Surgery Cost?

The exact cost of eyelid surgery is going to depend on the amount of work performed and your individual needs. Blepharoplasties performed at Northwest Face & Body typically cost between $4,000 and $6,000. You may visit our price page to review average costs for our procedures.

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