Skin Prick



What is it?

Radiesse is a brand of dermal filler used in cosmetic and medical treatments. It is known for its ability to add volume to the skin and stimulate collagen production, providing a long-lasting solution for facial wrinkles and volume loss. The main active ingredient in Radiesse is Calcium Hydroxylapatite, a biocompatible substance that is found in the body’s bones and teeth.

How does it interact with skin?

Radiesse is administered through injections. The injectable gel initially does all the work of filling in the volume you want. As time goes on, though, the Calcium Hydroxyapatite (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

What’s the downtime?

After the treatment, you may experience some redness, swelling, and possibly minor bruising at the injection site. These effects are common and typically resolve within a few days. Most people can resume their normal daily activities immediately after the procedure. Avoiding Strenuous Activity, and follow-up

How many treatments are needed?

Radiesse typically requires 2-3 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Each patient’s desired outcome will affect how many treatments they need.

Treatment Cost


Depending on how many syringes are used and which area in the face is being treated.





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