Radiesse for chin

Radiesse is a high-performance filler that consists of calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres as its active ingredients. It is commonly used to reduce the look of wrinkles and folds on the face. At the same time, it is effective in correcting facial volume loss due to aging. Moreover, the versatile filler is used on the lips, nose, and chin for contouring and augmentation.

The science behind Radiesse

Radiesse injections are infused with calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres which are suspended in a gel carrier. The highly effective filler acts on sunken areas to provide volumizing effects. It also smooths the appearance of lines and wrinkles, helping patients to look and feel younger. The microspheres exert their collagen-regenerating actions gradually to replenish the levels of collagen in the skin. Designed to be biodegradable, the CaHA microspheres will eventually be decomposed through the natural metabolism process.

Using Radiesse on the chin

Radiesse is mainly prescribed for the treatment of moderate to severe folds and wrinkles, including nasolabial folds, and volume replacement in the backs of the hands. When used on the chin, Radiesse helps to create a smoother, more contoured jawline. This dramatically enhances the overall appearance of the patient.

The treatment procedure

Radiesse is intended to be injected under the skin using a small needle. The doctor may use a local anesthetic to alleviate pain and discomfort at the injection site. This makes the injection process comfortable and virtually pain-free. Patients often use this treatment to see if they might like the results of a permanent surgical treatment.

How long can Radiesse for chin last?

Radiesse is specially formulated to deliver anti-aging results that last. In general, the results of Radiesse can last for up to 12 months. Individual results may vary depending on a number of factors, including age and skin condition.

Is Radiesse for chin safe?

Radiesse for chin is generally safe and well tolerated. In general, Radiesse has little (if any) adverse effects. Some patients may experience minor injection-related reactions such as slight discomfort, erythema (redness), and swelling after treatment. However, these side effects are mostly mild in nature and will eventually resolve themselves in 1–2 days. Radiesse is not likely to cause any serious complications if used correctly.
To ensure patient safety, patients should not attempt to self-inject. Radiesse should be only administered by licensed, experienced medical professionals.

Who is the right candidate for Radiesse?

Radiesse is suitable for both male and female patients who have moderate to severe signs of aging, such as wrinkles and folds. It is also suitable for patient who suffer from facial volume loss caused by the natural aging process. More importantly, it is perfect for patients whose jawline lacks definition. Having a longer duration of action, Radiesse serves as the perfect alternative to conventional dermal fillers, which usually require frequent repeat treatments to maintain the results. Plus, the treatment is quick, making it ideal for busy, on-the-go patients.
Patients who have known hypersensitivity to calcium hydroxylapatite or any other inactive ingredients in the formulation should not use Radiesse. Radiesse injections should not be used in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Talk to your doctor about contouring your chin using Radiesse today!