Choosing Radiesse for Your New Look

Radiesse is among the most highly-recommended and most acclaimed fillers currently on the market. The filler is completely FDA-approved, which means that its safety and authentication are certified for cosmetic use.

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Our doctors often ask their patients to consider Radiesse when they are looking to an effective alternative to facelift surgery but still want to rejuvenate their face in the most natural way possible. Its unique composition of calcium and water is precisely calculated so as best to fill in wrinkles and restore lost facial volume.

Your Radiesse Injection

Depending on the areas of your face that need the most attention, our doctors will customize a treatment plan with your specific concerns in mind. Under our care, you can rest assured that you will never look plastic or fake and will never have to worry that onlookers can detect that any work has been done to your face. Common areas of treatment include wrinkles and volume loss concentrated in the:

  • Cheeks
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Chin
  • Jawline

Before Your Radiesse Treatment

Discuss your specific aesthetic needs with your doctor before your injection session. This will ensure that you are receiving state of the art treatment that fits your personal aesthetic. Our doctors can customize your treatment plan to ensure that you walk out looking refreshed, rejuvenated and natural.

After Your Radiesse Treatment

Among the best features of using Radiesse as a means to smoothen wrinkles and make you look younger is that the procedure involves virtually no recovery or downtime. The entire process takes about 20 minutes, and you can even schedule your appointment to be completed during a lunch hour. You don’t need to plan to take off from your daily routine, but should be advised that you should refrain from excessive physical activity and strain for the first 24 hours after treatment. Minimal swelling is completely normal and can even be expected following a Radiesse injection, but should completely subside within one week. Some patients may experience bruising, but this be easily covered up with makeup.

Reviewed by Dr. Goldenberg