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What is Radiesse?
Are your Radiesse treatments in Los Angeles safe?
What should I expect after Beverly Hills Radiesse treatments?
How often should I have Los Angeles Radiesse treatments done?
Anything else I need to know about Radiesse?
Can I see Radiesse before and after photos?
Radiesse dermal filler is safe, and does more than just fill in lines and wrinkles – it volumizes.
Yes. Hundreds of thousands of patients have experienced Radiesse dermal filler, which is FDA-approved. Through years of rigorous industry and independent research worldwide, Radiesse dermal filler has been shown to be safe and effective.
Immediately following a treatment session with Radiesse, redness, bruising or swelling may occur in the treated area. These signs usually go away in a short period and are generally very mild in nature. An ice pack may be applied to help reduce swelling.
For approximately 24 hours after Los Angeles Radiesse treatment:
After you leave the office, you may experience redness, bruising or swelling for a few days. Not all patients experience these, but please note that such effects can occur and are not out of the ordinary for such a treatment.
You may be able to feel the area where Radiesse was injected for some period after injection. Over time, the injected area will feel more and more like your own tissue. Most patients feel comfortable going back to their normal activities immediately after treatment with Radiesse.
In many patients, the results may last for a year or more. Radiesse dermal filler stimulates the body to produce new collagen. This unique response provides immediate, visible improvement of folds and wrinkles, and provides long-lasting and beautiful results.
The Microspheres in Radiesse can be seen in X-rays and CT Scans. It is very important that you inform your doctor and other health care professionals that you have Radiesse in your face. Even though Radiesse can be seen in X-rays and CT Scans, there is not a high risk that it would cause your doctor concern, as long as s/he knows that you have it.
Yes, here are some below, where Radiesse was used to fill in nasolabial folds on both men and women.
It's not heavy makeup or Tricky Lightning