Whitlock Cosmetic Center offers Radiesse® treatments to the residents of Tulsa, Broken Arrow and the surrounding Oklahoma communities.
How Radiesse® works
Radiesse® is cosmetic filler that refreshes the facial appearance of patients, adding volume and smoothing. Applied by injection, the facial filler promotes the production of collagen. Long-lasting results are achieved because the injectable substance is made of calcium-based protocells, also called microspheres, which are combined with a watery gel. When Radiesse® is injected; these microspheres are absorbed in the body. As a result, the collagen that is produced creates a more youthful appearance. In fact, the effects of the treatment can last as long as a year.
Because collagen is the substance that provides skin with elasticity and volume, Radiesse® is a choice filler for any woman who wants to enhance her appearance easily and instantly. Given that the substance can automatically smooth wrinkles and restore volume plus stimulate collagen production, it is a popular treatment option for any woman over 40.
Injection of the filler
This FDA-approved facial filler can be injected safely and quickly into the skin in under an hour. Injections are not painful as the filler, when mixed with the local anesthetic lidocaine, causes only a minimal amount of discomfort.
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Radiesse® comes in a variety of syringe sizes, so you’ll need to set up a consultation to find out how much product you will need. One syringe is generally all that is required for adding volume and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
After the treatment, patients can experience some swelling, redness, or bruising. However, these side effects typically subside after a couple of days. Infection can occur but only in rare instances.
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What is the Cost of Radiesse® in Tulsa?
The cost for Radiesse® varies depending on the extent of treatment necessary to achieve optimum results. Whitlock Cosmetic Center accepts PremierMedicalFinancing.com, MedicalFinancing.com, CosmetiCredit.com and United Medical Credit as financing options.