Revanesse® offers a line of FDA-approved dermal fillers formulated to restore volume loss, balance facial profiles, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and folds. The hyaluronic acid-based injectable treatments usually take less than an hour, and because injections are a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure, there is zero downtime. 

Treatment Areas

All of our injectors are highly skilled, board-certified Physician Assistants who consistently deliver outstanding results. Revanesse products, in particular, are formulated to target various areas of the face and achieve different results. Patients can return to most normal activities immediately after treatment, though it’s best to avoid exercising for at least 24 hours. Here are a few treatment areas commonly addressed with each injectable:

REVANESSE® is best for:
Fine lines
Lateral canthal lines (the “crow’s feet”)
Perioral lines (the “lipstick lines”)
Nasolabial folds (around the nose and mouth)

REVANESSE VERSA® is best for:
Perioral lines (the “lipstick lines”) 
Nasolabial folds (around the nose and mouth)

Other Treatment Options

Revanesse® is just one of a few safe and effective types of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers. Depending on the results you wish to achieve, we also offer:


Juvederm is a smooth gel-like formula that is best suited for fine lines and wrinkles and offers natural-looking results. 


Restylane features a more granular formula that is best suited for treating deeper wrinkles, adding volume in sunken areas of the face.

The Beauty Benefits of Revanesse®

Revanesse injections help restore lost volume in the cheeks, chin, and jawline and can help smooth deep wrinkles and folds that appear with age. Treatments take between 15 and 60 minutes, depending on your goals and which areas you’d like treated, and results appear almost instantly. Most swelling resolves within a few days, and results can last as long as 12 months.

Is Revanesse® Right for Me?

Revanesse is FDA-approved for adults 22 and older. Revanesse dermal fillers may not be suitable for people with certain conditions, those taking medications that prolong bleeding, or anyone allergic to any of its ingredients.

Side effects are usually mild and may include bruising, swelling, redness, pain, and itching around the treatment area. In most cases, side effects resolve within a few days — though some may last up to two weeks.


The total cost of treatment will depend on the beauty outcomes you hope to achieve. 

Revanesse® Near Me

Our highly skilled, surgically trained Physician Assistants are ready to help you reach your aesthetic goals. From frown lines to lost volume, crow’s feet to thinning lips, we have a Revanesse lip filler and other injectable dermal fillers to address your needs.


Is Revanesse safe?
Revanesse products are FDA-approved and considered safe for those 22 years and older. However, you should only receive Revanesse injections from an experienced professional.
How much Revanesse will I need?
The number of injections required varies between patients and depends on the treatment area and goals. We’ll create a custom plan based on what you want to achieve.
Will results look natural?
When Revanesse is injected by a trained and highly-skilled professional, results are natural-looking and almost immediate. You will look like you but more youthful and refreshed.
Will Revanesse hurt?
You may experience mild discomfort, but our team can apply a numbing agent upon request. Some Revanesse products contain lidocaine, a mild, local anesthetic, to help reduce discomfort. As with any injectable treatment, you may feel tenderness at the injection site, but over-the-counter pain relievers should help.
Should I do anything to prepare for Revanesse?
Do not take Aspirin or Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) like Ibuprofen or Naproxen Sodium for at least five days prior to your procedure. You should also discontinue the use of certain supplements (including Vitamin A and E, Fish Oil supplements, Ginseng, Ginkgo Biloba, and Saint John’s Wort) for a week before your treatment. Do not use products containing retinol, glycolic acid, or Tretinoin for two days beforehand, and avoid alcohol for at least 48 hours.