Procedure | Non-Surgical
Diluted Radiesse Injection
Diluted radiesse injection is a type of dermal filler. A long-lasting treatment that plumps wrinkles and corrects volume loss in the face and hands.
Radiesse is made of calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) gel microspheres that work immediately upon injection. CaHA is made up of ions of phosphate and calcium, which occur naturally in the human body.
When diluted with sterile saline and lidocaine, Radiesse is used as a biostimulatory agent that stimulates your body’s natural collagen. The injectable gel initially does all the work of filling in the volume you want. As time goes on, though, the CaHA stimulates your naturally-occurring collagen, allowing your skin to produce more of its own filler. The hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon in the gel help to create a structure that mimics connective tissue.
Eventually, the CaHA absorbs back into your body, leaving your collagen in its place. Because of the science behind Radiesse, treatment results can last for well over a year — even up to two years for some people.