Meet your match for facial lines and wrinkles in Latham: the first FDA-approved dermal filler for both the face and hands. Get the lowdown on treatment options and why this could be a good fit for you.
Why Choose Radiesse?
We spend our whole lives trying to figure out who we are. We select how to build a reputation for ourselves in a variety of ways, from our clothes to our work choices. So, when the outward indications of ageing begin to creep in and threaten your own existence, it’s time to reclaim control and identify yourself in your own unique way.
For individuals looking for a way to reduce wrinkles, RADIESSE is a potential alternative. It is the first FDA-approved dermal filler for both the face and the hands, and it is long-lasting and extremely rewarding to patients.
Who Should Use Radiesse?
Radiesse is most commonly used on the skin around the nose and lips. Some people choose this technique to smooth out wrinkles in their hands. A small needle is used to deliver injections under the skin. Radiesse has harmless, nonallergenic chemicals that are compatible with your body’s natural tissues.
Adults between the ages of 35 and 60 who have acquired creases and wrinkles around their lips and nose are ideal candidates for Radiesse treatments. Candidates who wish to plump up the skin on their hands are also good candidates.
What to expect after Radiesse?
The skin that has been treated should improve right away. You should see complete findings within a week.
Because Radiesse isn’t permanent, you’ll need to get treatments as required. Treatments will only be necessary every two years for certain people. Others may require minor maintenance injections in the interim between major treatments.
Swelling shouldn’t be too bad, and it should subside in little more than 36 hours. Bruising and soreness are likely to occur, which can be treated with over-the-counter medications.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The most common adverse events seen in clinical studies of RADIESSE® used in the hands include bruising, redness, swelling, pain, itching, nodules or bumps/lumps, difficulty performing activities, loss of sensation and other local side effects. The most common adverse events seen in clinical studies of RADIESSE® or RADIESSE® (+) used in the face include bruising, redness, swelling, pain, itching and other local side effects.
Tell your health care provider if you are taking blood thinners or medicines that can interfere with the clotting of blood, such as aspirin or warfarin. These medicines might make it more likely that you will experience bruising or bleeding at the injection site. Tell your health care provider if you have any diseases, injuries or disabilities of the hand, if you have a history forming large, raised scars or if you have had any other skin treatments such as skin peels.
You should not use RADIESSE® or RADIESSE® (+) if you have an allergy to any component of the product, if you have a history of severe allergies, if you have a bleeding disorder, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. You should not use RADIESSE® (+) if you have an allergy to lidocaine or medicines like it.