The Versa Difference
In a clinical trial, the incidence of swelling was 50% higher with the comparator product than it was with Revanesse® Versa
You may find that Revanesse® VersaTM will help in the improvement of your nasolabial folds (laugh lines) for up to 12 months with optimal correction
DESIGNED FOR SAFETY
The Revanesse® Versa formula is well-studied, with over 300 subjects of multiple skin types treated in three clinical trials, with no serious adverse events reported.
A Revanesse® Versa treatment is minimally-invasive and provides immediate results. Take control of the signs of aging and ask your healthcare provider if Revanesse® Versa is right for you.
What is Revanesse Versa?
Revanesse Versa is hyaluronic acid dermal filler. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is found within the body. It may be produced by bacteria and purified for use as injectable soft tissue filler in order to correct the appearance of facial wrinkles and creases, (nasolabial folds). The product is approved for use in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration for the cosmetic treatment of facial wrinkles and creases.
Fillers, especially hyaluronic acid ones, possess a plethora of beauty enhancing capabilities—they can lift, augment, and plump deficient areas for a more streamlined and defined visage. And with all the options available at the doctor’s office today, finding one that can check off every box on the list isn’t like finding a needle in a haystack. Yes, they all differ.
And, yes, they come with different price tags and nuances. But the newest hyaluronic acid-based filler offers a big advantage over the some of the most tried-and-true injectables out there—it doesn’t cause nearly as much post-injection swelling.
There are a series of screens that the gel is pressed through which results in a uniform particle shape, size, and smoother solution. Besides being well balanced and having less surface area, another benefit to the spherical molecules in Versa is less swelling.
In clinical trials, Versa was shown to produce less swelling than other fillers, which can cause 24% more swelling—and less swelling equals less downtime, a big plus to patients. In theory, the small, uniform, spherical particles promote optimal integration into the tissue, resulting in the body being less likely to recognize it as a foreign substance.