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Dermal fillers.



Radiesse is an injectable dermal filler that temporarily adds volume to help smooth moderate to severe facial wrinkles and gives an immediate lifting and firming effect on the skin.


In addition to an immediate filling effect, the high quality ingredients of Radiesse stimulate the skin’s natural collagen synthesis. Thanks to the collagen-inducing effect of Radiesse, the skin regains its youthful tightness and elasticity.


The treatment with Radiesse is quick and virtually painless. One treatment session takes approximately 30 minutes. The effect is immediately visible and the results are long-lasting.

How does Radiesse work?

Radiesse is composed of small calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres suspended in a soft gel matrix. Radiesse is gently injected into your skin, usually in small amounts with a very fine needle. This injections provide an immediate and visible effect. Additionally, Radiesse stimulates your skin's own regeneration abilities- new collagen is produced over the following weeks and months, making your skin stonger and more elastic. Radiesse treatments are long lasting, but not permanent.


What to expect?

The ideal way to achieve wrinkle reduction is by replenishing lost volume. Unfortunately, treating individual wrinkles is often not enough to restore a youthful and fresh appearance. In order to counter the effects of gravity and regain a younger shape, the face needs real lifting. With Radiesse you welcome back your skin's natural collagen to smooth out sagging effects.


Radiesse is a temporarily but long-lasting dermal filler that adds volume to help smooth severe facial wrinkles and gives an immediate lifting and firming effect but also stimulates the skin's natural collagen synthesis.

Where is Radiesse use?

*Nasolabial Folds

*Improve symmetry and "V" Shape

*Cheeks Augmentation

*Chin Augmentation

*Lifting Effect

*Sculpting Jaw Line


Can Radiesse be combined with some other fillers?

Radiesse can be safely combined with other fillers, such as Hyaluronic Acid.



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