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What Is Hyperdilute Radiesse?

Have you considered skin rejuvenation treatment with Hyperdilute Radiesse? If you have wrinkles, fine lines, skin laxity, thinning skin, or neck lines—you could be a candidate for facial rejuvenation.

 

What is Hyperdilute Radiesse?

The facial bones are a hard, supportive structure that needs to be plumped up for a more youthful look.  One popular way to fill and shape the face is with Radiesse. Radiesse consists of calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) microspheres suspended in an aqueous polysaccharide gel carrier.  Once it is injected, the gel is absorbed over time.  

The body then metabolizes the CaHA microspheres, which stimulate the body to produce collagen and elastin.

In recent years, the use of Radiesse in a hyperdiluted form has increased.  In this form, it is a biostimulatory agent, rather than a volumizing filler, and it improves skin quality, texture, tone and firmness.  It can be used in the face, neck, décolletage and other areas of the body.  This technique was first used in Europe, yet it’s now being used more and more in the U.S.

 

What are the benefits of Hyperdilute Radiesse?

The benefits of this treatment are skin tightening and thickening, reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and crepiness. Treatment of the décolletage will also reduce the pigment from sun damage. Overall, skin tone, texture and elasticity are markedly improved.

 Before & After Hyperdilute Radiesse

 

Where can it be used?

  • Mid and lower face
  • Neck lines and/or neck in patients with mild to moderate laxity
  • Buttocks with cellulitic dimples (in patients with moderate to severe cellulite) to reduce the appearance of dimpling
  • Above knees to address the knee lines from lax skin with aging

 

What is the downtime?

There can be some bruising, swelling and mild discomfort after the treatment, which normally lasts up to a week. Most clients tolerated this treatment well and are very satisfied with their results.

 

How many treatments are needed?

One to three treatment sessions are usually required to achieve the desired aesthetic effects.  Two treatments are typical, though severe sun damage or severe skin laxity may require more.

These treatments are spaced out one month apart.  Though preliminary research shows that results with Hyperdilute Radiesse may last up to two years.  one will likely want to have one Hyperdilute Radiesse treatment every 12 to 18 months for maintenance.

Our injectors would love to meet with you and discuss your questions and concerns regarding Hyperdilute Radiesse! Let’s schedule a consultation with you! You can book through our Book an Appointment tab on our website, or call our front desk at 561-409-3128. We look forward to meeting you!