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Yoshida Hiroki*, MD, Davis Fischer, MD, Elisamarie Aubuchon, MD,
Sang-Gyo Jung


Volumefilling® is a product designed in a dosage form that is easily applied for restoring facial volume in places like the cheeks, the bridge of the nose, the forehead, and the eye rims. In order to confirm the effect of the product up to a maximum of 18 months, a clinical followup observation was conducted after the product became available on the market. All patients were applied with the product twice a day for three months on areas where facial volume was lost. Application was conducted according to standard clinical practices, and patients were observed by follow-up at 1, 3, 6, 12, and 18 months or optionally 24 months. The efficiency index included a facial volume loss scale, a general aesthetic improvement scale, and patient satisfaction. Forty patients with volume loss to the lateral cheeks, forehead and eye rims were treated. Scores for the facial volume loss scale largely fell from an average of 2.9 at the standard period to 1.6 on 1 month. Significant volume improvement was observed for every follow-up observation as the average score reached 1.3 on 3 months and 1.8 on month 18. The assessment of the general aesthetic improvement scale by researchers shows that at least 97% of patients were assessed as “very much improved or “much improved” up to the third month. On month 12, all patients still displayed treatment effects, with 73% assessed as “very much” or “much improved”, while 12% were assessed as “improved”. Patient assessments also corresponded to the results of the researchers. Volumefilling® is effective for mid-facial volume expansion, which continues up to 18 months or maybe even up to 24 months. The aesthetic effect was proven by the efficiency assessment and the high rate of patient satisfaction.

Keywords: facial volume loss, facial augmentation, facial volume restore, volumefilling.

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