Calcium hydroxyapatite

Calcium hydroxyapatite

Radiesse, the calcium hydroxyapatite (or hyaluronic acid) available on the market has the properties necessary to be an optimal "filler", while at the same time satisfying the demands of anyone looking for a product that is safe for health. It is reabsorbed, however how safe it is depends on the ability of the person who injects it. The most important principle that must be observed is avoidance of methacrylates and synthetics generally (particularly silicone oil).

No adverse reactions to Radiesse exist - not even theoretical (as long as used correctly) - because calcium hydroxyapatite is a substance that is present in large quantities in our body. The treatment also lasts, on average, longer than any better hyaluronic acid, not "bloating" tissue but on the contrary relaxing it as when young.
Bruises and haematomas are rare because the whole face can be treated with only two points of access using a flexible, atraumatic microcannula. Full treatment can be completed in less than one hour, injecting 2 to 3 cc of the product.
Radiesse is slightly more expensive than hyaluronic acid, but the result is generally much better and lasts longer.
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