Radiesse dermal filler: all you need to know about it Radiesse dermal filler: all you need to know about it

Radiesse dermal filler: all you need to know about it

All you need to know about this new dermal filler that everyone is talking about.   

Dermal filler is the closest thing that can be found that resembles the fountain of youth. Just a few quick jabs can transform the look of your face by filling in wrinkles and delivering volume where it’s most needed. Not bad, right?

Of course, there are plenty of options to choose once you decide to get dermal fillers, one of the trendiest now is Radiesse. The FDA-approved injectable filler is a soft tissue filler that can also be used for facial augmentation. 

What is radiesse?

What is Radiesse?

“Radiesse is an injectable dermal filler that can be used to treat certain areas of face and hands. This treatment in particular stimulates the body’s natural collagen filling in wrinkles, and aiding your skin in developing new collagen in the process. Its main purpose is to treat wrinkles and folds around the mouth and nose, as well as various areas of fat loss in the face. Sounds really promising, seems like a great solution for all the people who are desperate to eliminate all those wrinkles that come with age.

Radiesse is made of calcium hydroxylapatite gel microspheres, and elements in the gel help to create a structure that mimics connective tissue, says Dr. Blair Murphy-Rose, MD, a board-certified cosmetic and medical dermatologist based in New York City and Southampton.

Benefits of Radiesse

The most common result that patients are looking for is to address facial texture and structure.

Here are some of the benefits of Radiesse: It reduces signs of aging; it’s used to fill specific areas of the face and hands, for example around the nose and mouth and in the back of the hands; it helps to re-contour the nose, cheeks, and jawline.

“Radiesse is FDA-approved to improve the appearance of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, including the nasolabial folds,” says Dr. Murphy-Rose.

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