RADIESSE FOR HANDS
Radiesse For Hands Santa Barbara – Hand Rejuvenation Santa Barbara
Radiesse for hands is a dermal filler that acts effectively and promotes hand rejuvenation. It is broadly used in cosmetic dermatology, as it not only helps with instant hand lift but also stimulates the production of collagen. Since the hands are among the first parts of the body that lose their volume and fat reserves, the course of time becomes visible there. In order to deal with the increasing requirements of the skin for volume, the dermal filler is the best solution to consider. In today’s market, there are multiple alternatives, but Radiesse for hands has been proven most powerful as a tool.
How Does It Work?
Radiesse is a cosmetic filler, which means that it is applied under the affected skin and aims at filling the places lacking volume. It uses an active ingredient that is based on calcium. As a result, there is no need for you to test for allergies prior to the hand rejuvenation procedure. As soon as the injection is administered, the skin looks fuller and more youthful. This does not stop until after about a year from the procedure. What is even better though is the powerful property of Radiesse towards stimulating the production of collagen. Collagen is essential for the quality of your skin and hence its production makes the skin continue to look youthful for a long time, even after Radiesse has faded away.
With the help hand rejuvenation fillers, Dr. Sheffield has created a treatment plan to help remove hand wrinkles. Turning back the clock to redefine the appearance of your aging hands, our team at SB Aesthetics uses the only proven injectable filler to return the youth back to one of your greatest features. To find out more about how Radiesse restores volume and creates natural looking results contact Dr. Sheffield at (805) 568-5988 to schedule a consultation today!
Where Are Hand Rejuvenation Fillers Used?
Radiesse has been proven to work wonders on the hands, restoring the lacking volume of the skin and softening the effects of time on tendons, veins, and knuckles. The same product can be used as a facial filler and deal with the formation of wrinkles. Its properties allow it to act slowly and avoid absorption from the skin, unlike most other dermal fillers in the market.
Are Radiesse Injections Painful?
No, they are not. In fact, lidocaine is administered along with Radiesse, and this makes the procedure less painful. Most patients will not feel a thing during the injection, and this makes the whole process safe and pleasant.
Radiesse vs. Sculptra
Both Radiesse and Sculptra are dermal fillers that help with increasing the volume of the skin and stimulate collagen production. However, they have significant differences in their composition. Radiesse is made of hydroxyapatite, whereas Sculptra contains poly-L-lactic acid, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, and mannitol. Radiesse has been more effective on hands and promotes longer-lasting effects; Sculptra is best used on the face skin and can be expected to improve over time.
Is Radiesse the Best Option for You?
If you want to treat loose skin on hands, if you wish to prevent your hands from revealing your age or even making you look older than you really are, you need strong and resilient dermal filler. Hand rejuvenation fillers are able to restore the volume on your hands and at the same time stimulate the production of collagen. With its dual action, Radiesse for hands allows you to regain the beauty of your hands and enjoy long-term effects, rather than quick fixes.
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Whether you are thinking about having an aesthetic treatment, a non-surgical procedure or have had prior surgery and are seeking to additional touch-ups, it is critical to work with a skilled plastic surgeon that specializes in facial procedures. Dr. Robert Sheffield is a board-certified facial plastic surgeon at SB Aesthetics offering services to those in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Oxnard and Ventura, CA, and the surrounding communities. Dr. Sheffield offers patients a customized treatment plan and is available to answer your questions. To schedule a consultation, call 805.318.3280 today.