Fine lines and wrinkles develop with time as the skin naturally loses its store of collagen and elastin.
These are the elements that keep us looking youthful. As we age, collagen and elastin loss results in skin laxity, forming wrinkles on the face that contribute to an aged appearance.
Many men and women who want to fight the signs of aging may avoid plastic surgery by considering the advantages of cosmetic injectables. For many, Radiesse might be a great solution!
Radiesse is an FDA-approved dermal filler that can be used to plump the skin, filling in wrinkles and lines for a more youthful appearance.
Radiesse is made of calcium microspheres suspended in a gel, which immediately adds volume to the skin.
As the body slowly absorbs Radiesse, it also stimulates collagen production, resulting in long-term benefits. This dermal filler can be used on many areas of the face, including:
Nasolabial folds (the “parentheses” around the mouth)
Marionette lines (the downward-turning creases at the corners of the mouth)
Cheekbones to add volume due to bone loss
Radiesse offers many advantages for those looking to achieve a more youthful appearance without surgery.
This dermal filler provides immediate results, filling in wrinkles and adding volume under the skin for a natural-looking result.
Additionally, Radiesse stimulates collagen production, ensuring long-lasting changes. It is non-surgical, minimally invasive, and provides reliable and predictable results when administered by a trained and experienced dermatological professional.
Radiesse is a versatile dermal filler that can provide patients with immediate and long-term benefits.
If you are interested in learning more about Radiesse or any of our other cosmetic injectables, contact Ginsburg Dermatology Center and Medical Spa today to schedule your consultation!
Dr. Barry Ginsburg will work with you to create a customized treatment plan to help you achieve your aesthetic goals.
The office is located at 972 Montclair Road, Suite 100 in Birmingham, and is open to new and current patients who call