You are already so pretty, are you sure you are not being a bit hard on yourself? The minor imperfection you point out certainly can be improved with #Radiesse, but who says we have to be so perfect? Perhaps you would like to try something first like a chemical peel or #Pellevé to freshen your look first before deciding to go ahead with fillers?
All the best to you! Dr. Clark
Radiesse or Voluma and some Sculptra is great for cheek lifting and maintaing the results would be great. I suggest you seek someone who is an expert at filler injections and giving a conservative natural look. Fillers are a great option for you. I wish you the best, Dr. Emer.
You are a beautiful young woman, and I think using Radiesse is a great idea. It has great longevity and can lift the skin giving a naturally younger appearance. I'd probably start with 3.0cc (2 syringes). Just make certain you find an injector who has many years of experience and has done thousands of treatments!
Hope this helps!
While voluma (or possibly radiesse) can be effective for the cheeks, the question would be if you really need the treatment. Consult with an experienced and expert physician injector to understand your options and determine if you are a candidate.
You are a young beautiful woman, but you must understand that if God can't make us perfect, we certainly can't. The answer to your question, however, is yes. I would start with 1 syringe, evaluate your results at 2-3 weeks, and go from there.
and Voluma are the best fillers for augmenting the cheeks and softening the nasolabial folds. All three cause some collagen production.
Voluma and Perlane are both hyaluronic acid fillers that
are more firm than other hyaluronic acid fillers (like Juvederm or
Restylane or Belotero). This makes them ideal for placement deep over
the cheek bones for volumization of the midface. Another advantage of
these two is that they are reversible with hyaluronidase should that be
desired. The main difference is that Voluma has been shown to last up
to two years while Perlane typically lasts about 9-12 months.
is made of a completely different material, calcium hydroxylappatitie,
which is also a very firm product that is ideal for placement deep over
the cheek bones for volumization of the midface. This product, however,
is not reversible. It lasts about 12-18 months.
I have used all three
products to obtain beautiful results in the midface and cheeks. Voluma
costs more because it has been show to last the longest, and they are
priced accordingly. If you go to a "core" injector (facial
plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, dermatologist, or occuloplastic
surgeon), you should get
great results with any of these products. I wish you well!
As others have already mentioned, fillers such as radiesse, voluma, and sculptra are all good options for patients seeking cheek enhancement. In young patients like yourself, I prefer using members of the hyaluronic acid family of fillers (Juvederm, Perlane, etc) to improve cheek contours and provide a subtle lift. The key is to find an experienced board certified physician to treat you and make sure that he or she plans on being very conservative.
I think you would benefit from some type of filler to soften and feminize your cheek area. You are a bit flat from the side. Perlane, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Radiesse...any of these would work for you. I use Perlane frequently. Mostly likely 2-3 syringes. It will be very soft with minimal downtime.
What you are desiring is enhancing the Ogee curve of the cheek. Although Radiesse is good for this, I wouldn't expect the longevity that is touted by then. I think 9-12 months is what you get. Volume or Sculptra is a better choice in my opinion and should give you up to 2 years, even more with Sculptra. I like blunt cannulas for this.