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The natural effects of aging can cause wrinkles and volume loss in the skin and are an obvious indication of one’s age. This is especially true in the face, where wrinkles seem to develop much earlier than other signs of aging. In some cases, this can actually make people look older than they really are. Fortunately, with so many options for facial rejuvenation, people are finding great ways to manage signs of aging in the face. The hands, however, are an often-overlooked area of the body that can reveal your age just as easily. Radiesse is an effective dermal filler that can rejuvenate the hands to keep them youthful.

What is Radiesse?

Radiesse is a minimally invasive dermal filler treatment that can be used to plump the skin. Although commonly used for facial wrinkles, it is an incredibly effective solution for rejuvenating the hands. Its benefits are two-fold, immediately restoring volume to the skin upon injection while stimulating collagen growth for continued, lasting results.

How Does Radiesse Work?

The Radiesse formula is comprised of Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA), which provides instant volume once injected. Over the months following treatment, this gel is gradually broken down, stimulating collagen production. Once the gel is completely metabolized, you will be left with only your natural collagen, which will stimulate continued improvements in the volume and elasticity of the skin for up to a year. Radiesse is also FDA approved to be administered with lidocaine, a numbing agent, to help minimize discomfort during treatment.

How Long Do the Results from Radiesse Last?

With Radiesse, you can enjoy smooth, youthful hands and a reduced appearance of tendons and veins that can last up to a year or even longer in some patients.

Where Can I Try Radiesse?

If you are considering Radiesse or other rejuvenation treatments, contact Serrão Rejuvenation Center. Dr. John Serrão specializes in Radiesse and other dermal fillers, offering these rejuvenation solutions to women living in the Orlando area.