As we age, our facial skin loses some of its tightness, allowing wrinkles. The good news is that your medspa, The Skin Clinic in Scottsdale, offers an entire menu of dermal fillers to help your body produce more of its own collagen, smoothing out moderate to severe facial wrinkles.
How it works?
What type of wrinkles can be helped by Radiesse®?
This type of dermal filler works best at filling in wrinkles that run from the corners of your nose to the corners of your lips, parts of the face that may appear thin and wrinkled. It can also add volume to skin on the back of your hands.
What are some of the top benefits of using Radiesse®?
Radiesse® filler offers many of the benefits of other dermal fillers, combined with fewer downsides:
- There is no preparation required, only an initial exam at the medspa.
- The injection itself takes 10-15 minutes from start to finish.
- Aside from avoiding strenuous activity or direct sunlight for the first 24 hours, there is no downtime after injection.
The impact of a Radiesse® treatment unfolds over the course of a week, so your results appear gradual and natural.
How long does Radiesse® last?
One of the most compelling benefits of Radiesse® filler is that one treatment can keep your face and hands looking youthful for up to 18 months! That’s a full year and a half.
Concerns Addressed: Moderate to severe wrinkles on the face and hands.
Ideal Treatment For: Patients looking for a long-lasting solution to severe wrinkles or areas of loose skin.
How To Prepare For Treatment: An exam with one of our medspa professionals.
Treatment Length: A Radiesse® filler injection takes 10-15 minutes.
Recovery Time: Minimal – you may resume daily activities immediately, but avoid sun exposure or strenuous exercise for the first day or two.
Results Seen: Results can be detected immediately, with the full impact becoming apparent within a week.
Retreatments Necessary: A Radiesse® treatment can last for up to 18 months. Discuss a retreatment schedule with your medspa professional during your initial injection appointment.