From the makers of Juvéderm, Voluma XC is the first and only hyaluronic acid (HA) filler approved by the Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A.) to add volume and lift to the face. For central Florida residents who have a hollow appearance in their face, caused by aging or genetics, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kesh Nawada offers Voluma XC injections at his practice in Winter Haven, Florida for his patients over 21. Dr. Nawada offers Voluma, which includes lidocaine in its formula for patient comfort, to perform temporary malar (cheek) augmentation. Voluma may be used alone in the apices, apples, and hollows of the cheeks or Dr. Nawada may combine Voluma with other injectable treatments to both add volume and refresh the appearance of the face. During the initial consultation, Dr. Nawada will offer his treatment recommendations based on the patient's concerns and expectations and explain the different benefits of each injectable brand to help the patient make a well-educated decision on their cosmetic treatment plan.
"Dr. Nawada is hands down the BEST Plastic Surgeon in Central Florida. Prior to my surgery I was well informed and given 100% confidence. In result, my instincts were spot on selecting Dr. Nawada to perform my elaborate procedure. Surgery went smooth and follow up was very caring & professional. He is an artist that helped me gain my confidence back. Thank you Dr.Nawada & Amazing Nurses!!"- J. / Healthgrades / Apr 09, 2016
"Had a Bilateral Breast Augmentation in February 2017 & Dr. Nawada is the absolute best hands down!"- K.M. / Facebook / May 30, 2017
"I will never go to anyone else. Hes has magic hands & staff everyone treat you like family. Love me some Nawada. Now half my friends & family have experienced his work. Hes absoluteky amazing!!:)"- S.M. / Facebook / May 11, 2017
"I will never go to anyone else. Hes has magic hands & staff everyone treat you like family. Love me some Nawada. Now half my friends & family have experienced his work. Hes absolutely amazing!!:)"- S.M. / Facebook / May 11, 2017
"Knowledgable doctor and exceptional staff all of whom generally care about you and will take time to eplain everything you need to know about your options and surgery. So pleased with my surgery and experience wiyh Dr. Nawada."- S.N. / Facebook / Apr 22, 2017
What to Expect@headingTag>
Using a think syringe, the cosmetic surgeon injects Voluma into the apex, apple and hollow of the patient’s cheek. Results are immediate, and can last up to 2 years. Side effects are considered mild to moderate, and can last between 2 and 4 weeks. The most common side effects are tenderness, swelling, firmness, bumps, bruising, redness, itching or discoloration at the injection site.
Voluma is more expensive than other injectable fillers, such as Restylane and Juvederm, because the results last longer. The cost of a Voluma treatment varies, depending on the amount of filler used. Plastic surgeons usually charge up to $1,000 per syringe. Each patient could use between 2 and 6 syringes per session, which means patients can expect to pay between $2,000 and $6,000 per session.
What is Hyaluronic Acid?@headingTag>
This is a naturally occurring substance that helps bind water to cells. Its cross-linking abilities help provide lifting capacity, which restores volume in the cheeks and mid-face.
The plastic surgeon will help you create a unique treatment plan during your consultation. With extensive experience in a wide array of different fillers and relaxers, the cosmetic surgeon may include a combination of different fillers and techniques to achieve the desired results.
There is no downtime after a Voluma treatment. Patients can return to their normal activities, but it is suggested that patients avoid strenuous activities for the first 24 hours after any injectable filler treatments.
The results can be seen immediately, and can last up to 2 years. The duration of the results depends on the area being treated, and the rate the patient’s tissue breaks down the filler.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- From $800
- Recovery Time
- Average Procedure Time
- 15-30 Minutes
- Post-op Follow-up
- 2 Years
- Procedure Recovery Location