When your face loses volume, it’s noticeable. Loss of collagen or early fat loss can lead to sagging skin which leaves you looking older.
Looking for a dermal filler that delivers long-lasting effects after a quick appointment? Radiesse might be the answer.
Radiesse Filler Injections are used to treat wrinkles like nasolabial folds. FDA-approved for face and hands, the filler can be applied to facial areas like the temples and chin. The effects could still be visible after a year.
Radiesse Filler Injection is a treatment protocol approved by the FDA to correct moderate to severe facial folds and facial wrinkles.
Radiesse Injections deliver a liquid filled with calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres. The treatment is used to smooth out wrinkles, restore volume, and improve facial symmetry.
Radiesse is used to improve the appearance of:
While designed to be applied to the face and hands, Dr. Cabrera uses Radiesse in both areas with astounding results.
Radiesse Filler encourages the tissue under your skin to produce collagen. While the Radiesse eventually dissipates into the body, the collagen remains.
Radiesse Filler Injections are for adults of any age looking for ways to better their facial appearance. Radiesse may provide long term effects on facial shape and skin folds.
The protocol is performed in-office and typically takes about 60 minutes or less. You will be given numbing cream beforehand to avoid any discomfort. Lidocaine is also FDA-approved to be added to the injections, further reducing discomfort.
Dr. Cabrera will work with you to determine how many injections you’ll need.
After your appointment, you can return to your typical schedule as soon as you leave the office.
Dr. Cabrera will discuss with you any aftercare you should follow. Such instructions might include avoiding exercise, makeup and sun exposure on your face for about 24 hours.
Radiesse Filler Injections begin working as soon as they’re delivered. Their effects could last for a year or longer.
Side effects for facial Radiesse Filler Injections include redness, swelling, and bruising that may last a few days.
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