Don’t let your hands give away your age!
The hands don’t lie. Even with a more youthful appearance of the face, your age can easily be given away by the appearance of your hands.
RADIESSE® is the first and only FDA-approved product for hand augmentation to correct volume loss in the hands. RADIESSE restores volume to the hands while providing smooth, natural-looking results that can be seen immediately and can last up to 1 year.*
RADIESSE® is a dermal filler that is indicated for hand augmentation to correct volume loss in the back of the hands. Get your Radiesse in Princeton, NJ in our medical spa today!
*Actual patient. Results may vary.
What is Radiesse for Hands? The Radiesse Injectable Implant (Radiesse) is a white, sterile, injectable implant. Radiesse is adermal filler that can increase volume in the back of the hand to reduce the appearance of veins and tendons due to volume loss. Radiesse consists of synthetic calcium hydroxylapatite particles suspended in a gel containing sterile water, glycerin and sodium carboxymethylcellulose.
How does it work? A doctor (dermatologist or plastic surgeon) injects Radiesse in Princeton, New Jersey under the skin on the back of the hand (not the palm) to plump the skin. Radiesse adds volume to lessen the visibility of veins and tendons in the hand due to loss of volume.
When is it used? This new approval expands the approved uses for Radiesse to include improvement in the appearance in the back of the hand due to volume loss. This device is used in adults over the age of 21.
What will it accomplish? Radiesse temporarily improves the appearance of the back of the hand by adding volume to lessen the visibility of veins and tendons due to loss of volume. In a clinical study, patients needed one or two treatments with multiple injections to achieve the best outcome. The results may last up to one year.
RADIESSE IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
What should I tell my doctor before taking RADIESSE?
Tell our doctor if you are taking blood thinners or medicines that can interfere with the clotting of blood, such as aspirin or warfarin. These medicines might make it more likely that you will experience bruising or bleeding at the injection site. Tell our doctor if you have any diseases, injuries or disabilities of the hand.
What are the most common adverse events with RADIESSE?
The most common adverse events include bruising, redness, swelling, pain, itching, nodules or bumps/lumps, difficulty performing activities, loss of sensation and other local side effects. These are not all of the possible side effects with RADIESSE. Tell our doctor about any side effects that bother you or do not go away.
*Results may vary.