RADIESSE® in Downers Grove, IL

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Today, there are many injectable dermal fillers available for you to consider for facial rejuvenation. RADIESSE injectable wrinkle products, including RADIESSE (+), offered by our Downers Grove, IL team, works wonders for mild and moderate wrinkles and lines throughout the face and for correcting age-related volume loss in the hands. Men and women who might not have time for frequent visits love the lasting results (over a year in many cases) of RADIESSE. Using calcium hydroxyapatite microspheres in a flexible gel, RADIESSE plumps and smoothes the appearance of your skin without invasive surgery. RADIESSE and RADIESSE (+) have been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to safely and effectively contour your face. It can be used in tandem with other injectables (wrinkle relaxers and fillers) for a custom procedure plan that restores your skin. Look several years younger and improve your confidence with RADIESSE injectable wrinkle fillers at Dr Diva Aesthetics in Downers Grove, IL.

RADIESSE dermal injections take place in one of the treatment rooms at Dr Diva Aesthetics for around 30 – 60 minutes once you have completed the consultation. First, you will lie in a relaxed position while the injection sites are cleaned and marked. Many patients feel tolerable discomfort during the procedure at the initial prick, but if requested, a numbing cream will be applied to the treatment sites. The dosage of RADIESSE, chosen during your personalized treatment planning session, will be placed in an ultra-fine syringe. The marked injection sites will guide the injector to carefully administer RADIESSE into the face. As soon as the procedure is complete, a cold compress may be held to the treated areas to help alleviate swelling and bruising.

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Dr. Diva is fantastic!! She is meticulous in her work. 10/10 would recommend her services!!

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As injectable fillers, RADIESSE and RADIESSE (+) have received rave reviews from our patients for providing amazing outcomes. If you would like to see if you are a candidate for RADIESSE dermal filler, please contact Dr Diva Aesthetics in Downers Grove, IL today and schedule a consultation with us. Our cosmetic injection team is proud to provide thorough, high-quality aesthetic care to each of our patients.

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How much does Radiesse cost?

Your cost for a Radiesse treatment is dependent the amount used to match your goals. During your consultation at our practice, we will listen to your expected results and develop your personalized treatment plan. Then, they can discuss your potential costs for your treatment.

How does Radiesse compare to other fillers?

Fillers each have different formulas and properties to address a wide range of issues. Common ingredients in fillers are hyaluronic acid (HA), CaHa (calcium hydroxyapatite), poly-L-lactic acid, and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). Radiesse is made with calcium-based microspheres, which are similar to HA injectable fillers the way it helps to stimulate collagen production in your body. During your initial consultation, your injector will review the various brands and assess your skin's tone and volume to help you decide which one matches your needs.

Are Radiesse injections painful?

Generally, patients don't need numbing cream before their treatments. However, numbing cream is available to relieve any concerns you may have. Most patients may feel brief and minor discomfort during the actual injections.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.