Radiesse is a well-known filler used to volumize areas in the face such as cheekbones, jawline, and chin. In recent years, there has been an increased use in the hyper-diluted form of Radiesse. Hyperdilute Radiesse has been shown to improve the quality of skin texture and firmness in both face and other areas of the body such as the neck, decolletage, buttocks, thighs, abdomen, and arms. At Peel Haus, our expert injectors customize the use of Hyperdilute Radiesse in Washington, DC for our patients.
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Hyperdiluted Radiesse is simply Radiesse that has been diluted with a mixture of sterile saline solution and lidocaine. This makes it an easily injectable biostimulator capable of remodeling skin over a larger area. When Hyperdilute Radiesse is injected into areas of collagen loss, it triggers the body to produce new collagen and elastin. The skin tightening and thickening results in the reduction of the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and crepiness. Overall, skin tone, texture and elasticity are markedly improved with this treatment.
For patients with mild to moderate laxity, and crepiness, Hyperdilute Radiesse may be an excellent option. Most adults are good candidates for the treatment. There are a few exceptions: such as pregnancy or those with severe allergies, or who are allergic to lidocaine.
Hyperdilute Radiesse injections at Peel Haus are performed in our DC office with minimal preparation and barely any downtime. To ensure you’re comfortable throughout the treatment, we’ll apply a numbing cream to the face. Hyperdilute Radiesse is mixed with lidocaine for a more comfortable treatment experience. Then, one of our expert injectors will carefully and strategically inject the mixture using a cannula or a needle. This enables our injectors to place the Hyperdilute Radiesse into thinner areas where the skin is crepe-like and saggy. Treatment is typically quite comfortable and brief, with most patients in and out of the office in less than an hour. Following your treatment, you may return to most activities immediately, and with fillers, your results are instantly visible.
Most Washington, DC area patients can return to their everyday activities after Hyperdilute Radiesse treatment. They won’t need any downtime. As with any filler injection, there can be some bruising, swelling, and mild discomfort after the treatment. There can be a variable amount of bruising and swelling, which normally lasts up to a week. Most clients tolerated this treatment well and are very satisfied with their results.
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How many Hyperdilute Radiesse treatments do I need?
One to three treatment sessions are usually required to achieve the desired aesthetic effects. Two treatments are typical, though severe sun damage or severe skin laxity may require more. These treatments are spaced out one month apart. Though preliminary research shows that results with hyperdiluted Radiesse may last up to two years. one will likely want to have one Hyperdilute Radiesse treatment every 12 to 18 months for maintenance.
Does Hyperdilute Radiesse treatment hurt?
Hyperdilute Radiesse is mixed with lidocaine for a more comfortable treatment experience. Moreover, practitioners skilled with advanced cannula methods can perform the treatment virtually painlessly.
Does Hyperdilute Radiesse have any risks or side effects?
Hyperdilute Radiesse injections are not dangerous or pose health risks for most people. Radiesse is FDA-approved. The microspheres in the product are calcium-based, similar to minerals found within the body, and no allergy testing is needed for treatment due to high biocompatibility. As with any treatment, a review of your health history is always important. The side effects are as you would find with any dermal filler. There is a slight chance of swelling, bruising, or redness at the injection site. Any swelling or redness quickly fades, leaving only the smoothing effect of the Radiesse.
Can Hyperdilute Radiesse be combined with other treatments?
Hyperdiluted Radiesse can be used alone. Yet when addressing areas with harder-to-treat concerns, such as the neck or chest, it is best to treat in combination with other tightening and resurfacing procedures, such as laser, Ultherapy or RF microneedling.
How long does it take for Hyperdilute Radiesse to work?
Once hyperdiluted Radiesse is injected, new collagen is stimulated, resulting in gradual though dramatic improvements to the look and feel of skin as early as four weeks after your treatment.
What is Hyperdilute Radiesse used for?
In recent years, the use of Radiesse in a hyperdiluted form has increased. In this form, it is a biostimulatory agent, rather than a volumizing filler, and it improves skin quality, texture, tone and firmness. It can be used in the face, neck, décolletage and other areas of the body.
What is Hyperdilute Radiesse?
While it sounds complicated, Hyperdiluted Radiesse is simply Radiesse that has been thinned out with a mixture of saline solution and Lidocaine. This diluted mixture is injected into areas where the skin is showing sagging and looseness.
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