Juvederm injectable filler treatment offers a safe, effective, and nonsurgical way to rejuvenate facial skin and reduce signs of aging on the face.
The procedure involves injecting Juvederm gel using tiny injections into targeted areas of the face to mitigate the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
At the time of the pre-treatment consultation, the injection provider may display Juvederm before and after images to the patient. These photos can enable the patient to understand the potential outcomes of the filler treatment and make a well-considered choice.
Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jacob Bloom provides Juvederm injectable treatment to patients in Chicago, IL, and surrounding locations.
Creating a Connection with New Patients
Juvederm before and after pictures allows the treatment provider to develop a connection with new patients more easily. The patient sees how Juvederm filler treatment made a positive difference in the facial appearance of other patients and realizes that it could potentially do the same for them as well.
Juvederm before and after images provide visual evidence to new patients and help create an environment of mutual trust and transparency between the injection provider and the prospective patient.
Pictures offer Conclusive Evidence
Juvederm dermal filler ‘before and after’ pictures can present the real story more effectively than words can. At times, words can be challenging to understand and open to individual interpretation. These pictures are not available on the site so it’s imperative that any patient ask to see them during the consultation if this is not conveyed these images are not available to see right at the outset or during a normal initial phone conversation.
But photographs, on the other hand, are not affected by the barriers of language. Pictures also do not exaggerate or aggrandize the real story. But the treatment provider should not modify or use editing software to enhance these images as this could be misleading to the patient.
When it comes to before and after images of cosmetic procedures such as Juvederm dermal fillers, the adage, “A picture is worth a thousand words” certainly holds true. This is also something to consider in the age of digital technology. During the consultation a patient should be able to see salient images of this procedure so they know what they are signing up for if they choose to go forward.
A digital image is much more profound than a dated image on a brochure or some pictures in some form of picture book.
Informing People through Presence on Social Media
Today, social media platforms are universally popular. This has enhanced the value proposition of sharing before and after pictures of cosmetic procedures such as Juvederm soft tissue fillers. Social image sharing platforms, such as Instagram, enjoy over a billion active users every month.
Dermatology and cosmetic professionals can leverage the huge mass appeal of these digital channels to promote innovative and effective facial rejuvenation procedures. These platforms present an unforeseen opportunity to share information on the best locally available treatment options.
Sharing Juvederm before and after pictures on such platforms can play a key role in informing thousands of prospective patients of the effectiveness of such innovative treatments.
Ensuring that Expectations are Realistic
Juvederm filler injections provide patients with significant facial skin rejuvenation. But these results may still not be equivalent to the outcomes that plastic surgery, such as facelift, can offer. Before going ahead with the treatment, the patient should be completely clear on what these injections can and cannot do for them.
Patients who have reasonable expectations are in a better position to appreciate the final results. Complete clarity on the results of the treatment also guards against the risk of any disappointments in the future when it may be difficult to reverse the results.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Jacob Bloom receives patients from Chicago, IL, and nearby areas for Juvederm facial rejuvenation treatment.