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Radiesse is a calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) filler. CaHA is a substance that is naturally found in the humans. It is a radio-opaque substance and can be seen on X-ray like bones and teeth. Here’s a description of CaHA fillers:

  1. Composition: CaHA fillers are composed of tiny microspheres of calcium hydroxylapatite suspended in a gel-like substance. The microspheres are made from calcium and phosphate ions, which are naturally present in the body. The gel acts as a carrier for the microspheres and provides immediate volume enhancement upon injection.

  2. Collagen Stimulation: One of the unique characteristics of CaHA fillers is their ability to stimulate collagen production in the skin. Collagen is a protein that provides structural support to the skin, and its production decreases with age. By injecting CaHA fillers, the microspheres stimulate the body’s natural collagen production, leading to long-term improvements in skin elasticity and firmness.

  3. Volume Restoration: CaHA fillers are effective in restoring lost volume to areas of the face that have experienced volume depletion over time. They can help address concerns such as sunken cheeks, deep nasolabial folds (lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth), and marionette lines (lines from the corners of the mouth to the chin).

  4. Wrinkle Reduction: In addition to volume restoration, CaHA fillers can also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines on the face. The injected filler provides immediate volume and plumps up the skin, resulting in a smoother and more youthful appearance.

  5. Longevity: The effects of CaHA fillers can last for a year or more. As the gel is gradually absorbed by the body, the microspheres continue to stimulate collagen production, providing ongoing improvements in skin quality and texture.

  6. Safety: CaHA fillers have a high safety profile when administered by qualified healthcare professionals. Allergic reactions and adverse effects are rare. The material used in CaHA fillers is biocompatible and biodegradable, meaning it can be broken down and metabolized by the body over time.

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