The Difference Between Botox and Juvederm

Botox® and Juvederm™ are both non-surgical ways to reduce signs of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, and facial fat loss. These injectable options are perfect for patients that are looking for a quick, and relatively painless solution to younger looking skin.

The main difference between Botox and Juvederm is that Juvederm is a type of filler that improves fullness in the face, while Botox eliminates the looks of fine lines and wrinkles. These minimally-invasive injections are alternatives to surgical facial procedures and can save patients from going under the knife for younger looking skin.

Dr. Bardisa provides injectables that can visibly reduce signs of aging and offer patients smoother, younger looking skin. For patients looking for more youthful looking skin, Botox and Juvederm are both great, affordable options.

Botox Treatment Areas

Botox® works by preventing muscle movement which causes wrinkles. Botox can be used to treat wrinkles and fine lines, as well as prevent them if treatments are started early. Botox offers patients smoother, younger looking skin almost instantly and with no downtime.

Botox helps treat:

  • Forehead Lines
  • Frown Lines
  • Lax Eyebrows
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Bunny Lines (Top of the Nose)
  • Under Eye Lines

Juvederm Treatment Areas

Juvederm is used to treat fat loss in the face that causes sunken cheeks and deepened wrinkles. If you’re experiencing deep wrinkles or fold, especially around the mouth and nose, Juvederm can help to improve those areas and restore your natural face shape.

Juvederm helps treat:

  • Sunken Cheeks
  • Nasolabial Folds
  • Lip Lines
  • Superficial Lines
  • Oral Commissure
  • Thin Lips
  • Chin Lines

Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Bardisa Today

Whether you’re looking to prevent signs of aging or add volume back into your face, Botox and Juvederm can help with all your aging skin’s needs. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Roselind Bardisa in Miami, Florida to learn if Botox or Juvederm injections are right for you.

Call our office today at (305) 661-2002, or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation with Dr. Roselind Bardisa!