Radiesse Treatment: What You Should Know
Radiesse is a very popular treatment for filling in lines on the face. Radiesse can also be used to fill in sunken areas of the cheek, like after weight loss, or when you’re actually getting older and your skin starts to sag.
Radiesse is injected into these areas with a needle that’s about one inch long. The injection doesn’t hurt much at all because it’s made from calcium salt suspended in liquid silicone gel (the same material as breast implants).
This article explains what Radiesse is and how it works before giving some information on who needs it most and how often people usually need injections.
Who is Radiesse for?
The active ingredient in Radiesse, calcium hydroxylapatite has been researched and tested to ensure its safe for use on skin. Known as a biocompatible material means it won’t react badly most people regardless of their type but there are some exceptions.
If you have allergies/allergies medication or bleeding disorder then this may not be suitable for use with your treatment plan because if pregnant or breastfeeding too much research is needed before approval can happen,the doctor should always let them know any health history that might affect treatments being offered so the patient knows what other options exist.
What does Radiesse treat?
Radiesse, a dermal filler used for the treatment of deep folds in the face is most often employed at cosmetic clinics. This thick cream can be seen as an alternative to other options like Botox and Juvederm when it comes down to volume loss or sagging skin with crepey properties; however its use will require multiple injections over time rather than just one plunge into your fat cells!
Who is qualified to provide Radiesse?
It’s important to remember that Radiesse injections are not exclusively performed by dermatologists, but rather by any doctor with the right qualifications. This is because they will have undergone an extensive training period under their supervision before being allowed to work alongside them in practice; unfortunately this also means it can be more costly than you might expect!
What does Radiesse injection feel like?
Radiesse injections are usually quick and painless, while the effects of Radiesse injection may be felt immediately after treatment there is a potential for some swelling or discomfort. This should settle within 24 hours but if problems persist speak to your doctor ASAP!
Are there any side effects?
There are not many side effects to Radiesse, most people report that the procedure is relatively painless and it’s safe for nearly everyone. However, there has been some reports of tenderness or discomfort at the site of injection but this should only last a day or two in most cases!
Do I need to rest after Radiesse?
Radiesse injection is a relatively low risk procedure and many patients can return to work or their normal daily activities immediately after treatment. However, if you do feel any discomfort it’s advised that you take the day off so your body has time to recover before going back!
How long does Radiesse last?
Radiesse injections can last as long as 18 months with most effects lasting between one and three. During this time touch-up treatments may be recommended to keep you looking fresh faced, even if the results remain relatively low risk!
Where to find Radiesse in Long Beach, CA?
Radiesse is available at TIER Wellness, 6695 Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 250, Long Beach, CA 90803. Monday through Saturday.
To Learn More or to Schedule an Appointment, Call Us Today at our Long Beach office ( 562) – 430-8501.
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