What is Radiesse?
Radiesse is a dermal filler that’s made of calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) that works immediately after injection. CaHA consists of phosphate and calcium, both of which are naturally present in the body.
Radiesse dermal filler is FDA-approved to tackle volume loss in your hands. If you’ve been wondering if there’s any way to improve crepey skin, Radiesse is your new best friend. This versatile dermal filler allows customization for your desired outcome. This product can fill hollowed areas, smooth the skin's surface, and kickstart overall tissue rejuvenation.
With time, skin can lose volume and firmness due to several factors including fat loss, skin thinning, and decreasing tissue elasticity. This can make bones, tendons, joints, and veins more prominent, giving certain parts of your body an older appearance. But with the help of Radiesse, creepy skin can regain plumpness and elasticity. PLUS, we can treat Radiesse just about everywhere (even crepey skin on your abs!).
Are you seeking better skin quality? Or do you want to regain plumpness? With Radiesse, we can truly address all of your individual concerns.
How does Radiesse work?
What areas can be treated with Radiesse?
If you feel like you (and your crepey skin) have aged tremendously over the past years, you’re not alone.
You can treat Radiesse in almost any place where you have skin laxity and volume loss. However, with this aging skin treatment at Cosmetic Skin & Laser Center, the most common areas we treat with Radiesse® are:
Does filler work for fine lines?
Choosing between Radiesse and Platelet-rich Fibrin (PRF) for hand rejuvenation depends on various factors and your individual goals.
Radiesse is a cosmetic dermal filler that immediately provides volume, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It offers instant results by plumping the skin, plus gives ongoing, long-term improvement due to its collagen-stimulating component.
Collagen is a vital protein that keeps skin firm, smooth, and bouncy. Radiesse provides both instantaneous and ongoing results, while PRF may take more time to show results since it relies solely on the body's natural healing processes.
We recommend coming in for a consultation to discuss the best option for you.