Versa is similar to Allergan’s Juvederma Ultra in application. At this time Versa does not come with lidocaine, an anesthetic, and so we use a topical numbing cream or inject lidocaine for a block. For those especially anxious we can order a Rx for Ativan to calm your nerves the day of the procedure. Pain is variable per individual and many have this done without any anesthetic with no difficulty.

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Hyaluronic Acid (HA), the primary active ingredient in most dermal fillers, is a naturally occurring substance that can be used cosmetically to correct moderate-to-severe wrinkles and folds in the skin. However, all dermal fillers are not created equal. See why our formula provides remarkable results:


VersaTM is a remarkably homogenous filler due to our advanced wet milling technology and proprietary formula. This means that our particles are uniquely spherical and uniform, providing the perfect balance between smoothness and volume.

See our spherical particles compared to other popular dermal fillers.


Our spherical particle shape is developed to be accepted by the body and breakdown slowly over time.

For added longevity, VersaTM exclusively uses premium quality HA with a notably high molecular weight.


In a recent study another popular (HA) dermal filler was shown to produce swelling 24% more often than VersaTM. Our lower rate of swelling means many patients are able to get back to their lives almost immediately after the treatment.

Additional information



What is Revanesse Versa?

Revanesse Versa is hyaluronic acid dermal filler. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is found within the body. It may be produced by bacteria and purified for use as injectable soft tissue filler in order to correct the appearance of facial wrinkles and creases, (nasolabial folds). The product is approved for use in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration for the cosmetic treatment of facial wrinkles and creases.

Are there any warnings I should be aware of?

If you have an adverse inflammatory reaction, such as redness, pain and swelling that persist for one week or more after treatment with Revanesse Versa, you should report this immediately to your doctor. If you are under the age of 22 you should not be treated with Revanesse Versa.

Warning: One of the risks with using this product is unintentional injection into a blood vessel. The chances of this happening are very small, but if it does happen, the complications can be serious, and may be permanent. These complications, which have been reported for facial injections, can include vision abnormalities, blindness, stroke, temporary scabs, or permanent scarring of the skin. If you have changes in your vision, signs of a stroke (including sudden difficulty speaking, numbness or weakness in your face, arms, or legs, difficulty walking, face drooping, severe headache, dizziness, or confusion), white appearance of the skin, or unusual pain during or shortly after treatment, you should notify your health care practitioner immediately.

Are there any reasons why I should not (contraindications) receive the Revanesse Versa injection?

You should not be treated with Revanesse Versa if you:

are pregnant or breastfeeding, as the safety of these products for use during pregnancy, or in women who are breastfeeding, has not been studied
have a history of hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation
have evidence of scars at the intended treatment sites
have acne and / or other inflammatory diseases of the skin, such as rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis,
have allergic history including:
severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis),
heightened immune responses to common allergens, especially inhaled allergens and food allergens (atopy),
allergy to natural rubber latex,
allergy to hyaluronic acid products,
Streptococcal proteins or have plans to undergo administration of graded doses of allergens (desensitization therapy) during treatment with Revanesse Versa.
have acute or chronic skin disease, such as seborrheic dermatitis or rosacea, in or near the injection sites, or any infection or unhealed wound of the face
are under concomitant anticoagulant therapy, antiplatelet therapy, or have a history of bleeding disorders, clotting disorders such as hemophilia or connective tissue disorders such as systemic lupus erythematosus

You should never use Revanesse Versa in conjunction with a laser, intense pulsed light, chemical peeling or dermabrasion treatments, or with Over-the-counter (OTC) wrinkle products or prescription wrinkle treatments within 4 weeks (28 days) prior to treatment, as there is a possible risk of inflammation at the treatment site if these procedures are performed before treatment.

What are the risks?

Bleeding and Bruising: Bleeding is usually minimal and resolves within a few minutes. It is possible to have a bleeding episode from the injection of the local anesthesia or filler that requires treatment, but it is unusual. Bruising in the area is also an expected reaction and can take up to a week to resolve.
Swelling: Swelling is also expected and may take several days to a week to resolve. It is unusual but medical treatment may be necessary if swelling is slow to resolve.
Pain: Some discomfort is expected with injections but usually lasts less than a day.

Other risks that are less likely, but may occur, include the following: Acne-like skin eruptions, Skin sensitivity (rash, itching, tenderness), Skin infection, Damage to nerves or blood vessels, Skin lumpiness, Scarring, Skin necrosis (death of the skin), Hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin), Reactivation of herpes infection (blisters or skin sores).

As with using any dermal filler, there is a risk of allergic reaction. If you have a very serious allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock) you may require emergency medical help and be at risk of death. Some symptoms of allergic reactions are: a rash, having a hard time breathing, wheezing when you breathe, sudden drop in blood pressure, swelling of the face, fast pulse, sweating, dizziness or fainting, inability to breathe without assistance, a feeling of dread.

One of the risks with using this product is unintentional injection into a blood vessel. The chances of this happening are very small, but if it does happen, the complications can be serious, and may be permanent. These complications, which have been reported for facial injections, can include vision abnormalities or blindness.

Side Effects:

Ask your doctor if you have questions about any of the side effects, and please tell your doctor or your doctor’s staff right away if you have any side effects. Please tell them if you have any other problems with your health or the way you feel, whether or not you think these problems are related to the products.

The most common side effects include: bruising, redness, swelling, pain, and itching.

You should seek immediate medical attention if you develop symptoms such as unusual pain, vision changes, a white appearance of skin near the injection site (blanching) or any other unexpected symptoms. While rare, unexpected symptoms include unusual pain, vision changes, or any signs of a stroke (including sudden difficulty speaking, numbness or weakness in your face, arms, or legs, difficulty walking, visual changes, face drooping, severe headache, dizziness, or confusion) during or shortly after the procedure.

Rare, but serious risks, of dermal fillers include: scarring, blurred vision, partial vision loss, and blindness if the dermal filler is inadvertently injected into a blood vessel. In occasionally rare cases, there have been reports of unintentional injection of the product into a blood vessel with dermal filler products. It is recommended that doctors take care to avoid injection into blood vessels (especially around the forehead, nose and eye area) for these reasons, allergic reaction that may lead to a severe reaction (anaphylactic shock) that requires emergency medical help.

Patient Assistance Information:

If you have further questions, please contact:
Prollenium US

For more information about Revanesse Versa, please see the Directions for Use or speak to your health care provider.

For more information about receiving a Revanesse® VersaTM treatment, read our Patient Information Sheet.

Cost Comparison

We know that a lot of people considering an HA dermal filler treatment are curious about pricing. Is the cost of the treatment going to be worth the results? While the cost varies depending on exactly what you are looking for, we did some research against averages, to come up with a general idea of how treatment costs stack up.

According to a report by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the average cost in the US for an HA dermal filler treatment was $620 in 2016. *

If you consider a once a year treatment regimen the cost is about $1.69/day.

If you equate it to a two year treatment regimen the cost of a treatment is about $0.85/day.

To put things in perspective, according to an article by the Huffington Post, the national average for a woman’s daily beauty regimen is $8 a day**. That’s an average of $2,920 per year for beauty products.

Dermal fillers can instantly refresh your appearance with real results and come in at just a fraction of what most women are already spending.

If you are concerned about controlling the signs of aging or just refreshing and updating your look, a dermal filler treatment might be a good fit for you. Informing yourself about what benefits the treatment can provide and how it works is a great start for those considering dermal fillers as an option. Highly credentialed and reliable information will help you learn more. This article from the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery is a great start.

If you are considering a treatment with Revanesse® VersaTM, we encourage you to read our real results introducing 3 Revanesse® VersaTM patients and see what the treatment offered them.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about healthcare providers in your area who carry Revanesse® VersaTM, please feel free to contact us for more info!

*Data based on a report by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Read the full report at

**Data based on an article by the Huffington Post. Read the full article at