Radiesse stands out as a robust dermal filler, distinct from other aesthetic treatments due to its dual-action approach. Not only does it provide immediate volume restoration, but it also stimulates the body's collagen production for long-term improvement. Here's a brief introduction to the treatment areas for Radiesse:
Smile Lines: Radiesse is meticulously injected to smooth out the nasolabial folds and marionette lines, softening these smile lines to rejuvenate your appearance instantly.
Cheeks: The cheek area benefits from Radiesse's volumizing properties, providing an immediate lift and enhancing facial contours for a youthful, uplifted look.
Jawline: Refined definition and contouring of the jawline are achieved with Radiesse, effectively sculpting the area and reducing signs of aging like jowls.
Hands: Radiesse also addresses the signs of aging on the hands by reducing the prominence of veins and tendons, resulting in a smoother, plumper appearance.
Jawline: Sculpt and define the jawline, reducing the appearance of jowls and creating a more defined and youthful jawline silhouette.
Radiesse offers a comprehensive treatment for facial and hand rejuvenation, providing immediate results with the added benefit of encouraging natural collagen production for lasting improvement.
The Radiesse treatment at Femme Aesthetics is quick and efficient, typically taking about 30 minutes. Our skilled practitioners will ensure your comfort throughout the procedure, applying a local anesthetic if necessary. The Radiesse filler is then carefully injected into the targeted areas, providing immediate volume and stimulating collagen production.
Avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements for at least a week before your appointment.
Stay hydrated and maintain a healthy diet.
Avoid strenuous activities and excessive sun exposure for the first 24 hours.
Apply a cold compress to reduce any potential swelling.
Keep the treated area clean and avoid touching it unnecessarily.
While Radiesse is a safe and effective treatment, some patients may experience mild side effects such as swelling, redness, or bruising at the injection site. These symptoms are typically temporary and should resolve within a few days.
Radiesse is a dermal filler used to smooth moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds. It's also used for correcting volume loss in the back of the hands.
Radiesse is injected into the skin through a minimally invasive procedure. It initially acts as a filler for immediate results and then stimulates the body to produce collagen for longer-lasting results.
Radiesse is suitable for most people as it is made of calcium hydroxylapatite, a biocompatible material that is safe for use in the skin and does not react adversely in most individuals.
The effects of Radiesse can last up to 30 months, with the average duration being around 12-18 months. The treatment stimulates collagen production, which continues for months after the procedure, offering a natural base for the body's collagen to build upon.
As with any injection, Radiesse treatment can cause side effects such as pain and irritation at the injection site, along with redness, swelling, and bruising. However, most side effects resolve on their own.
product, have a history of severe allergies or bleeding disorders or are pregnant or breastfeeding. Additionally, Radiesse (+) should be avoided by those with an allergy to lidocaine or similar medications.
While rare, there is a risk of serious complications if Radiesse is unintentionally injected into a blood vessel. These complications can be serious and permanent, including vision abnormalities, blindness, stroke, and scarring. There is also a general risk of infection with any procedure involving skin injections.
After treatment, patients should minimize strenuous activity and avoid extensive sun or heat exposure for about 24 hours or until any swelling or redness has resolved. If you are taking blood thinners or medications that affect blood clotting, such as aspirin or warfarin, inform your healthcare provider as this might increase the likelihood of bruising or bleeding at the injection site.