Facial Fillers- Radiesse®
Radiesse dermal facial filler has been clinically tested extensively for years, with excellent safety and efficacy results. It has received CE mark certification, two FDA approvals, and a number of FDA clearances. Radiesse dermal filler is made from a biocompatible substance that’s identical to what’s naturally found in the body.
It is injected into the skin through a simple and minimally invasive procedure. Radiesse facial fillers are the ideal choice for total facial contouring. It can restore a healthy, youthful appearance, enhance your existing features, help you defy age and gravity, and increase your confidence – all without invasive surgery or scarring.
Upon injection, it immediately adds volume to safely contour, correct, and beautify facial features. And unlike other fillers, Radiesse dermal filler continues to work over time. With its patented microsphere technology, it starts a process called collagenesis, stimulating your body to produce new collagen and encouraging collagen to grow around the injection area. Radiesse dermal filler actually helps your body create its own naturally younger look, setting a new standard in facial contouring and augmentation.
You’ll see the results right away – and these results may last up to a year or more for many patients. The long-lasting effects of Radiesse dermal filler can reduce the need for retreatment, which saves you time and money compared with other fillers.
Where can Radiesse filler be used?
- Glabella (wrinkles between the eyebrows)
- Nasolabial folds (laughter lines)
- Radial lip lines
- Chin / cheek augmentation
- Depressed scars
- Restoring bulk to ageing/hollowed tissue
How long does Radiesse filler last?
Depending on the area being treated, patients will usually see results that last between 12 to 18 months. However, individual results , like with most facial fillers may vary, depending on a number of factors including age, lifestyle and skin type.
Radiesse® is one of the most popular facial fillers made of calcium-based microspheres suspended in a water-based gel.