Dermal fillers are extremely popular in terms of their rapid results, minimal downtime, and ability to mimic human skin tissue. Versa by Ravanesse is no exception.
What can I expect from my Versa treatment?
Versa injections take around 15-20 minutes to administer, so you’ll be able to quickly return to your normal schedule after your session. We apply a topical numbing solution to the skin prior to injections, which helps minimize any discomfort.
Once the skin has been prepared, one of our skilled, experienced practitioners will strategically inject Versa into the predetermined areas discussed during your private consultation in Edmond. Artistry and precision guide our treatment process as we artfully address multiple signs of aging with this single innovative dermal filler.
What are the benefits of Versa?
- Safe and effective for patients over 22 years old
- Helps combat volume loss in the midface
- Reduces the signs of aging such as moderate to severe lines and folds
- Reshapes and revitalizes the facial contours
- Painless, with no downtime
- Enhances self-image
Who is a good candidate for Versa injections in Oklahoma City?
Clients seeking a non-surgical means of rejuvenating their countenance will enjoy Versa’s many advantages and rapid results. During your initial consultation, we will examine your skin and determine the best injection points for restoring a youthful, inviting aesthetic. As with any cosmetic treatment, it’s important that patients have a realistic, positive outlook towards their outcome and that they are in good physical and mental health.
What can I expect from recovery?
Versa results can be seen right away after your injections. You will see a visible improvement in lines, wrinkles, and folds despite some minor redness at the treatment sites. Any mild swelling will disappear by the next day. You can take over-the-counter painkillers or use an ice pack on your face to alleviate discomfort. Makeup can be used to conceal any temporary discoloration. Versa results typically last about 12 months, at which point you can repeat the treatment.