A multicenter, randomized, double-blind comparison of two hyaluronic acid fillers in mid-face volume restoration in Asians: A 2-year extension study
- The long-term effectiveness and safety of hyaluronic acid fillers in mid-face volume restoration in Asians remain unclear. The objective of this study was to compare the long-term effectiveness and safety of Neuramis Volume Lidocaine (SHAPE-NVL) and Juvederm Voluma with Lidocaine (VYC-20L) in mid-face volume restoration in Asians. Overall, 88 Korean subjects with moderate-to-severe age-related mid-face volume deficit on the Mid-Face Volume Deficit Scale (MFVDS) received SHAPE-NVL on one side and VYC-20L on the contralateral side of the face. Of the 81 subjects who completed the 48-week primary study, 69 subjects were enrolled in an extension study lasting 104 weeks. MFVDS score and global aesthetic improvement were assessed at each visit. Response was defined as a >= 1-point reduction in MFVDS. At weeks 36 and 48, the responder rates for SHAPE-NVL were 81.93% and 80.72%, while those for VYC-20L were 85.54% and 81.92%, respectively. At the 104-week visit, the responder rates were 73.91% and 72.46% for SHAPE-NVL and VYC-20L, respectively. No subjects experienced any serious adverse events during the trial. SHAPE-NVL and VYC-20L showed comparable longevity and safety in mid-face volume restoration over 2 years in Asians. Both had durable effects for up to 2 years with minimal safety concerns.
- 김범준; 백승환; 원종현; 윤지해; 이우선; 이우진; 장성은; 정준민; 한혜성
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- Asian continental ancestry group; Asians; Comparative analysis; dermal fillers; face; Hyaluronic acid; Lidocaine; longevity
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