Youthful-looking, plump cheeks can be restored with Voluma and Voluma XC, dermal fillers that are injected by Seattle, WA area plastic surgeon, Dr. Marosan. Voluma is part of the next-generation Juvéderm fillers, which are comprised of hyaluronic acid, a substance found naturally in the body. With a gel consistency, Voluma is tolerated well by most patients for superior results after just one treatment. After an injection, cheeks are fuller with lost volume restored in a natural-looking way. The filler also adds a gentle lift and contour for added benefit. In addition, Voluma XC can last up to 2 years.
"Dr. Marosan has performed several procedures for me, including revisional surgeries from a former bad experience with a different surgeon. He really listens to my concerns, explains the procedure, sets realistic expectations and I totally trust his judgment. After all surgeries he is very responsive and provides great follow-up care. His staff is responsive, friendly and professional. In..."- A. / RealSelf / Sep 28, 2017
"37 Yr Old Fit Mom of 3. Bellevue, WA - Dr. Marosan is the best of the best. My results are over-the-top amazing."- F. / RealSelf / Feb 13, 2016
"Congenial consult - Talked w Dr Marosan about facial lift and thigh tightening. Very impressed w professionalism but as well, verycongenial. Gave me the information w follow up by his nurse. No push, still considering having procedures."- Anonymous / Vitals / Jul 27, 2017
"Breast Augmentation revision - I had a recently diagnosed ruptured implant, from a surgery with a different surgeon. I can to Dr. Marosan from a referral & couldn't be happier. His knowledge & expertise have given me wonderful outcome. Lauri & Eden are amazing, they are friendly, patient & helpful. Dr. Marosan takes time to understand what outcome you are looking for & explain options."- Anonymous / Vitals / Jul 26, 2017
"Best Money spent ever! - I really never thought of getting any Plastic Surgery. My wife got a tummy tuck from him and I had asked him about lipo for my belly. He told he take it all out and give me six pack. I was pretty skeptical that this would really happen. See my photos below my progress is amazing first photo is from before and this only 4 months in. Supposedly I still have some swelling to go down over the..."- J. / RealSelf / Jul 14, 2017
What to Expect
Voluma is injected under the skin with a blunt injection cannula. Local anesthetic is injected into the skin where the cannula is inserted. Dr. Marosan will discuss with you his recommendation about how many syringes of fillers you need to achieve a beautiful long lasting result. A treatment may last up to 30 minutes. Patients will be able to return to daily activities after the treatment. There may be some swelling, discoloration and tenderness around the cheeks, but will subside after a few days. Results are readily evident, and can last up to 2 years.
Is Hyaluronic Acid Natural?
Hyaluronic acid, Voluma’s main ingredient, is derived from natural substances found in the human body. Its main function is cell hydration, and with its cross-linking abilities, it is generally useful in helping facial areas that lack volume. Over time, the gel substance breaks down and is absorbed naturally by the body without any side effects.
Those who seek improved volume in the cheeks may consider Voluma as a noninvasive solution. The lack of cheek volume may be due to aging or the patient’s natural facial structure. The doctor will be able to recommend if Voluma is the best option during the initial consultation.
How Long Is Recovery?
Right after treatment, patients will be able to resume to their normal routine with restriction on strenuous activities or any movement that may put pressure on the treated area. It may take up to 1 week before the derma filler settles within the cheek pockets.
Among derma fillers available in the market today, Voluma can last up to 2 years or longer. Reinjection varies as patients’ bodies process and break down hyaluronic acid at different rates.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- From $850
- Recovery Time
- Average Procedure Time
- 45 Minutes - 1 Hour
- Procedure Recovery Location