Definition: Juvederm is a brand name for a family of dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid (HA), a natural substance in your skin that provides volume and hydration. Different Juvederm products have varying thicknesses and are used to address different wrinkle types and areas of the face.

Pros: Minimally invasive, natural-looking results, fills wrinkles and folds, adds volume, various formulations for different needs, lasts 6-18 months depending on type.

Cons: Can cause temporary bruising, swelling, or redness, multiple injections may be needed, not suitable for all wrinkle types.

Alternatives: Botox (for muscle relaxation), Belotero (for finer lines), other dermal fillers.

Recovery Time: Minimal downtime, most side effects subside within a few days.

Disclaimer: Juvederm is a prescription product and should only be injected by a qualified healthcare professional.