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Prevelle Silk vs Juvederm: Which Filler is Better?

Prevelle Silk vs Juvederm
Prevelle Silk is one of the latest hyaluronic acid fillers on the market. It is co-developed by Genzyme Corporation and Mentor Corporation, a manufacturer of breast implants that operates as a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson. In contrast, Juvederm has a longer history of use and is one of the most popular aesthetic filler brands. It is manufactured by Allergan, an Irish pharmaceutical company that operates worldwide. Prevelle Silk is indicated for the temporary treatment of moderate to severe age-related folds and wrinkles. The filler is particularly useful in treating wrinkles and lines with minor irritation, including nasolabial folds, which are furrows extending from the angle of the mouth to the base of the nose. Additionally, Prevelle Silk effectively corrects creases between the eyebrows, horizontal lines on the forehead, perioral lines, marionette lines, smile lines and crow’s feet (lateral canthal lines). Having volumizing properties, Prevelle Silk's volumizing ...

Using Juvederm for Penis Enhancement

Using Juvederm for Penis Enhancement
While many men are reluctant to receive penis enlargement surgery due to risks, they often still feel self-conscious. Dermal fillers offer a less invasive way of enhancing the penis and increasing the girth of the head and shaft. Contrary to popular belief, it is the width of the penis, not its length, that brings the most pleasure during intercourse. Based on research by the University of Texas, about 90% of partners prefer increased penile width. In contrast, only 10% of them prefer increased penile length. Juvederm injectable gel can be administered into the glans and penile shelf to increase the size of the penis. For many years, penis enlargement using dermal fillers was widely performed in Asia, delivering dramatic, visible results. After obtaining approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2004, the procedure become increasingly popular in the United States. Taking around an hour to complete, the procedure is generally safe and unlikely to cause serious comp ...