Add Fullness To Cheek Area With Voluma XC At La Vie MD, CA

Voluma XC


Voluma XC is a gel implant (dermal filler) that is injected into specific areas of facial tissue. This dermal filler is comprised of a collagen-boosting compound called hyaluronic acid. This ingredient helps to fill in lost volume in the injected areas. In particular, this filler is best for targeting sunken cheeks restoring volume to renew definition and plumpness.

How it works

Juvederm Voluma XC is injected into the cheek area to add volume. The hyaluronic acid in it attracts and binds water molecules, which helps to add hydration and volume to the skin.
The results it gives out are immediate and can last up to two years. With just one treatment, you can achieve long-lasting results.


It has several benefits. It helps correct age-related volume loss in the cheeks. It also lifts and adds fullness to the cheek area, giving you a youthful appearance. The injection process is quick and easy. Also, no downtime is required after the treatment. It also helps to stimulate the body’s collagen production.

Collagen is a protein that gives the skin its structure and support. As we age, our collagen levels naturally decrease, which can lead to wrinkles and sagging skin.

After treatment, You’ll notice the results immediately.

Get A More Youthful Skin With Voluma XC Injections!

Want to have wrinkle-free and sagging less skin but still figure out how to achieve this skin goal without surgery? Let La Vie MD’s experts help you with our Voluma XC injections, which will be injected into your targeted skin area to remove the gaps and lift and add fullness to your cheeks for more youthful skin. Contact us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

With optimal treatment, results may last up to 2 years.

Patients treated with Juvederm Voluma may experience slight pain as with any injectable treatment. The use of a topical anesthetic makes the treatment extremely tolerable.

No allergy testing is needed. However, if you have experienced an allergy to lidocaine in the past, inform your provider as treatment might not be appropriate for you.

All skin types can typically be treated. However, it is contraindicated for patients with severe allergies, manifested by a history of anaphylaxis or history or presence of multiple severe allergies, and a history of allergies to gram-positive bacterial proteins or lidocaine.