Dermal fillers are available in many forms. What makes Radiesse different from other dermal fillers is that it contains a collagen invigorating filler that lifts up the skin and restores the lost volume in the skin. It also enhances the elasticity and texture in your skin. The effectiveness of Radiesse will depend on not only the way it is injected but also the way it is prepared.
How Does Radiesse Dermal Filler Work?
Mainly, Radiesse is a filler that helps plump up mediocre to harsh facial creases and restore back the lost volume. Contrasting to hyaluronic acid fillers, for instance, Juvederm and Restylane, Radiesse works it magic by acting as a stimulus to produce collagen in your body.
Radiesse works through a simple 2-step process:
When injected, the CMC gel works its magic by showing immediate sculpting and lifting results. It takes about 12 weeks for the gel to last before the body absorbs it. While doing so, the CaHA microspheres start to arouse your body to produce collagen in the skin. After injecting Radiesse, the CaHA microspheres creates a “platform” which causes the fibroblasts to make collagen.
When Radiesse is injected, the effects are immediately shown. The deficient areas of the body are revived with added volume and the facial features are contoured. With the passage of time, the CMC gel gets completely absorbed and your body breaks down the CaHA microspheres. The result is natural collagen created by your own body.
What Results Should I Expect?
Radiesse dermal fillers will deliver a speedy lift by reinstating the lost volume back into the afflicted areas, for example, the temples and cheeks. It improves deep facial folds like the nasolabial lines.
Radiesse is used for treating most of the regions of the face, with the exception of the shallow area under eye, eyelid and lips. The most common areas that are treated consist of the jawline, temples, cheeks and forehead. Radiesse is also used to shape the facial structures by enhancing the chin and nose. You can expect it to work excellent for treating your hands as well.
The good news is, these results do not just end there. Its effects remain over the time period of 3 months. While the CaHA particles fuel collagen to produce in your skin, it becomes firmer and smoother. When you feel the tightness starting to occur, your skin is actually being pulled upwards so the facial contours are improved. This technique is defined as Radiesse 3D Vector Lift. Since it is hyper-diluted and primarily used to rejuvenate the skin, the effects of this dermal filler are even more visible and pronounced when performed by the 3D Vector Lift technique.
How Long Will it Last?
After you get the injections of Radiesse dermal fillers, you can expect its effects to last fora minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 18 months.