Radiesse Injections

Before and After Photos

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Radiesse is a soft tissue filler that consists of a material called calcium hydroxyl apatite suspended in a hydro gel. It is naturally compatible and no skin testing or allergy testing is required.

How long does Radiesse last?

On average, Radiesse lasts for 12 to 15 months. Some patients have reported the Radiesse may last even longer. The advantage of Radiesse over other fillers is the longevity of the product. The duration in part depends on each individual’s skin characteristics as well as the region treated.

What areas of the face can Radiesse be used?

Radiesse is best used in the folds around the mouth and nose. These folds and creases are also known as nasolabial folds, melolabial folds and “Marionette” lines. Radiesse can also be used to add volume to the face. This can help restore natural beauty as the shape and contour of the face is improved. Radiesse has a good safety record and has been used in patients worldwide.

Where is the Radiesse treatment performed?

The treatment is performed in the office and takes 20-30 minutes. The results are immediate. A topical numbing cream or local anesthetic is used for comfort. There may be minor swelling, itching, redness or tenderness after the injection is completed.

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Non-Surgical Treatments

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