Radiesse for Face and Hands - South Shore Boston
Radiesse for face
Radiesse® is an FDA-approved facial filler consisting of calcium hydroxyappetite in a gel matrix. Moderate to deep skin folds around the mouth (marionette lines) can be filled with this long lasting injectible — as well as corners of the mouth, smile lines, pre-jowel, and chin wrinkles.
Radiesse has the effect of restoring the “apples” of the cheeks—often referred to as “cheek lifts” or “Radiesse lifts.” This non-surgical, mid-facelift really helps smooth out folds around the nose as well as recreate those apples of the cheeks—that so many of us loose in our 30s and 40s. The Radiesse lift is virtually painless, and provides immediate results that lasts about a year or more. Dr. Hamori will perform a nerve block to the cheeks and apply topical gel to numb the skin from the outside. Usually two syringes of the product are required to fill up the cheeks. Bruising is very rare.
Learn more at: www.radiesse.com.
How Radiesse works for treating facial volume and wrinkles.
Radiesse for hand rejuvenation
Radiesse® is the first and only FDA-approved product for hand augmentation to correct volume loss in the hands. Radiesse restores volume to the hands while providing smooth, natural-looking results that can be seen immediately and can last up to one year.
See important information at: Radiesse for hands.
Dr. Hamori describes hand rejuvenation treatments including Radiesse.
See our recent blog post: Hand Rejuvenation with Radiesse
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