Radiesse

Radiesse for Wrinkles

Radiesse is a unique dermal filler used by Arora Dermatology, PLLC providers to treat smile lines and nasolabial folds.* To treat wrinkles, this dermal filler utilizes a two-pronged approach; the filler creates immediate improvement by boosting volume under the skin, and then helps your skin in the long term by stimulating collagen production in the treatment area.* Further, Radiesse can provide improvements that are long lasting (over a year in some cases).*1

What is Radiesse?

Radiesse is a gel-like dermal filler that is injected into the tissues beneath wrinkles in order to add volume in trouble areas.* This filler uses a chemical called Calcium Hydroxylapatite to stimulate collagen production in the skin.*

How Radiesse Works

There are many causes of wrinkles and facial lines. Environmental factors, such as toxins and free radicals, wear down the skin over time and cause it to become dull. Further, the body slows its production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid; deteriorating the skin’s natural support structures.

radiesse before and after 2* Actual Radiesse patient. Individual results may vary. Photo courtesy of Radiesse.

At Arora Dermatology, PLLC, our providers can use Radiesse to rebuild the collagen beneath the skin in order to make it thicker and more elastic.*

The secret of this filler are the calcium-based microspheres which act as a scaffold under the skin to provide lift.* But unlike Juvederm XC and Perlane, which rely heavily on the effects of moisture-loving hyaluronic acid to create volume, Radiesse focuses on rebuilding the collagen networks.*

Thus, Radiesse filler adds immediate volume to support the skin, and provides collagen stimulation to improve the skin’s appearance in the long term.*

radiesse before and after* Actual Radiesse patient. Individual results may vary. Photo courtesy of Radiesse.

What Radiesse Volumizing Filler Treats

Radiesse injections mainly work by restoring lost tissue volume under the skin and stimulating collagen production.* This improves skin resiliency and elasticity.* At Arora Dermatology, PLLC, we use Radiesse to correct the following facial areas:

  • Nasolabial folds*
  • Marionette lines*
  • Wrinkles around the mouth that create the appearance of a frown*
  • Early symptoms of Jowls*
  • Chin wrinkles*

With decades of collective procedure experience, Arora Dermatology, PLLC providers are able to achieve meaningful outcomes with Radiesse filler after just one treatment.* Further, our providers can develop an ongoing treatment plan that maintains outcomes in the long term and reduces the number of necessary touch up treatments.*

How Long does Radiesse Last?

Improvements from this filler are clinically proven to last a year or more in many patients.*1 This is achieved through stimulation of natural collagen production in your body, which tightens skin for longer-term improvements.*

radiesse before and after* Actual Radiesse patient. Individual results may vary. Photo courtesy of Radiesse.

What to Expect During Radiesse Treatment

When you meet with one of our doctors, she or he will carefully discuss the details of Radiesse treatment with you, and will answer any specific questions you may have.

Radiesse filler treatments are a quick procedure at Arora Dermatology, PLLC, where one of our experts will perform the treatment in-office, with minimal discomfort.*

Further, this filler is FDA approved to mix with lidocaine, a local anesthetic – which is good news for patients who dislike needles and pain (yes, our doctors know how much patients don’t like pain, and we’ve worked hard to minimize discomfort in our procedures).*

Treatments are usually completed in about 30 minutes, and because our patients typically experience little to no downtime, it’s likely you’ll be free to return to your regular daily routine right afterwards.*

Because the improvements are immediate, you can leave the office looking more youthful and refreshed.*

Does Radiesse Hurt?

With careful use of local anesthetics, Arora Dermatology, PLLC doctors are able to perform this procedure quickly and virtually painlessly.*