Radiesse Wrinkle Filler Reduces Signs Of Aging.
*Individual results may vary
If you could lessen the appearance of fine lines, especially around the cheeks, over the jawbone and nasolabial folds (between mouth and nose), would you?
For many years, millions of women have answered “yes” to both these questions by undergoing injections of the first non-animal based dermal filler called Restylane®. While Restylane® has proven to be a safe and natural way to restore the lips as well as correct moderate and even severe facial wrinkles, it has two drawbacks: its longevity and its cost. The average treatment results for Restylane® last about six months.
However, a new injectable dermal filler that is promising to be the gold standard of filling agents can get the same results as Restylane® and lasts anywhere from 12-18 months. It’s called Radiesse®.
When you compare the price of two Restylane® treatments compared to just one Radiesse® injection, there is a significant cost savings.
Radiesse® is naturally compatible with the body. When injected into the facial area it takes on the characteristics of surrounding tissue. In addition to restoring volume in and around the cheeks as well as correcting asymmetrical features, Radiesse® stimulates your own collagen to fill in wrinkles and lines.
During Radiesse® treatment, a local anesthetic is mixed with Radiesse® to ensure a pain free procedure. Then, Sheila Calderon, M.D., meticulously tailors Radiesse® placement to achieve your goals. You will never feel rushed.
With the Radiesse® wrinkle filler, you welcome back your own natural collagen to smooth out the signs of aging. That’s because Radiesse® wrinkle filler’s unique formulation stimulates collagenesis – the production of new collagen – which results in increased volume for natural looking wrinkle correction that may last a year or more in many patients. It’s also why more and more doctors are choosing Radiesse® wrinkle filler for long-lasting facial rejuvenation.
To find out more about Radiesse® or to schedule your free consultation with Dr. Calderon, call 1-214-705-6565.