By Board-certified Practitioners
Treat Facial Wrinkles
Effective Treatments For the Face and Hands
Radiesse is an FDA approved dermal filler used for smoothing moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds as well as volume loss we experience as we age. It is also indicated for adding volume to aging hands. At Florida Aesthetics and Wellness, our experienced licensed injectors will help you accomplish long lasting subtle enhanced and natural look while stimulating your own collagen.
Reduces signs of aging
Fills out wrinkles and folds instantly
Helps body to heal and replenishes the skin
What is Radiesse?
Radiesse is a dermal filler that is designed to fill out wrinkles and folds instantly. It helps the body produce more collagen to naturally heal and replenish the skin. The effects of the volumizing filler and new collagen produced by your body, will make your signs of aging disappear.
Radiesse treatments are performed at Florida Aesthetics and Wellness and take about 60 minutes. Radiesse is pre-loaded in syringes for use in treating and correcting your facial lines and other soft tissue defects. First we apply a little topical anesthetic.
Then Radiesse is injected into the wrinkle through a tiny needle placed just under your skin. Unlike other fillers, Radiesse is not absorbed by the body. Therefore, we do not need to over-fill the wrinkle. Your results are immediate.
Depending on the area treated, most corrections may last for up to 15 months. Some touch treatments may be necessary.
For the hands too
Radiesse is not limited to volumizing the face. It is also proven to be effective in adding volume to the back of the hands.
Radiesse is injected into your wrinkles using a tiny needle placed just under your skin. Unlike other fillers, Radiesse is not absorbed by the body. Therefore, we do not need to over-fill the wrinkle. The results are immediate. Depending on the area treated, most corrections may last for up to 15 months. Some touch-up treatments may be necessary.
With Radiesse, you can enjoy a rejuvenated skin and more volume for over a year. Radiesses restores your smile without the smile lines and brings back a frown without wrinkles. The new collagen keeps your skin looking gorgeous for a long time.
Among the services we provide at Florida Aesthetics and Wellness is the administration of Radiesse, an FDA-approved dermal filler. Radiesse stimulates the body to produce more collagen, which in combination with the volumizing nature of the injection leads to a reduction in visible signs of aging in your skin.
Radiesse cheeks treatment is aimed at restoration of the volume that is lost as we age, as well as removal of severe nasolabial folds. Radiesse chin helps to create a smooth jaw line. Radiesse for lips gives them additional volume and Radiesse nose treatment can change its shape when injected into the nose bridge. It can also be used to treat the back of your hands.
Our certified, experienced specialists will perform the procedure fast and almost pain-free. You will notice results immediately and they will last for up to fifteen months. All patients are given a topical anesthetic, before Radiesse is carefully injected into each wrinkle using a tiny needle. Radiesse injections have little, if any side effects.
The contraindications for the procedure include allergy to the Radiesse components or lidocaine, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and bleeding disorder. There are also almost insignificant chances that the Radiesse injection can unintentionally go into blood vessels.
To find out if Radiesse is the right treatment for you, come in for a consultation today! Our office is handily located in Brandon and serves the Tampa Bay Area.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who is a candidate for Radiesse treatment?
Is Radiesse safe?
How long will Radiesse last?
In facial applications, Radiesse provides an aesthetic correction that has been shown to last one year or longer. Additionally, new collagen growth helps maintain the correction for the long term. Individual results may vary.
How many treatments are required?
Patients may be able to achieve an optimal correction on their first injection. Depending on both the doctors and patients treatment preferences, a touch-up may be needed to obtain the desired effect.