Radiesse Treatment in VERNAL ,UT by Refresh Aesthetics

RADIESSE® Roosevelt, UT

There are definite differences between Radiesse® and other dermal fillers. Radiesse® is labeled as a dermal filler made from calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) gel microspheres. Phosphates and calcium do occur naturally in the body, which makes Radiesse® hypoallergenic. Radiesse® is used for decreasing moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds.  The product is also used in the backs of your hands to restore volume. The product triggers your body’s natural collagen to help fill in wrinkles and provide volume.

Radiesse® is very fast-acting, and your face and hands will look more voluminous within one to three days. You can see more significant results after seven to ten days. Radiesse® is known as a long-lasting filler that lifts, volumizes, and contours your cheeks. The results last about 15 months, and there has been some treatments that lasted up to two years. You may need to visit your provider every six or seven months for touch-up treatments to keep you looking young and vibrant.

There may be some bruising and swelling at the injection sites, but these quickly subside, and you have natural-looking results that give back the volume lost in your face due to aging and the environment. Hollow and sunken cheeks will feel and look fuller and plumper. The nasolabial folds or those lines and folds between your nose and mouth will be less visible, and wrinkled skin will look much softer.

Radiesse® is non-invasive, non-toxic, and hypoallergenic. Treatments are performed in-office. There is no downtime, and you can go about your daily activities immediately after your treatment. Treatments last about 15 minutes, but it does depend on your provider and your skin. You may need to use a topical anesthetic which could take an additional 15 minutes. Do avoid strenuous activities and sunlight for a few days after receiving Radiesse®.

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