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Ann Arbor Cosmetic Surgeon Discusses the Benefits of Voluma


JUVÉDERM VOLUMA XC is the first and only injection facial filler to correct age-related volume loss in the cheek area and Dr. Robert Burke is one of the first in Michigan to use it.

ANN ARBOR -- Robert H. Burke, MD, FACS, director of the Michigan Center for Cosmetic Surgery selected to be one of the first cosmetic surgeons in Michigan as well as the United States to offer Voluma. This newly FDA approved facial volume filler from the hyaluronic acid family of JUV?DERM? is the first and only filler approved that temporarily corrects age-related volume loss in cheeks in adults over the age of 21. Results have confirmed retention of up to 2 years.

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Dr. Robert Burke
Dr. Burke, a double board certified cosmetic surgeon, offers extensive experience in addressing age related facial volume loss. "As men and women age, we notice a decrease in the amount of volume, or fat, in our faces, especially in our cheeks," explains Dr.Burke. " They can appear to sag and look flat. In past years this required invasive treatments for correction, including placement of implants. With Voluma XC, however, we can replace that fat and add a lifting effect which erases lines and provides a refreshed, more youthful appearance. Now, with this treatment, correction is done on an ambulatory basis. You can have treatment and go out to dinner that evening in most cases."

"Voluma XC is just the type of injectable facial volume filler that cosmetic surgeons need to complement their noninvasive and minimally invasive age-defying treatments," Dr. Burke notes."

In addition to Director of the Michigan Center for Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Burke is a Clinical Professor at Michigan State University and an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the University of Michigan. As a Trustee of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and a member of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, he is committed to safe and effective noninvasive and minimally invasive treatment outcomes.

By: Dr. Robert Burke