How long will radiesse last if it is used for hand rejuvenation. Will frequent use of hand muscle wear it faster?
How Long Does Radiesse Last in the Hands?
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Radiesse treatment of hands lasts about 1 year on average
Radiesse treatment of hands last about one year, the average, but the more you use your hands the faster it will probably dissolve. If you use your hands for work for example it may dissipate faster.
Radiesse and Hand aging
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Nonablative lasers to remove brown spots and smooth skin and fillers can be very effective in making the hands look more youthful. Radiesse (Calcium hydroxylapatite) is firmer than most fillers, so it’s a frequent fix for deep, deep groves and to enhance bony contours. this product typically lasts anywhere between 12 and 24 months.
But buyer beware; injection techniques can vary. It’s the art and science of what doctors do, and it’s important to choose your doctor wisely. I suggest finding a physician with plenty of experience using this product.
Hand filler with Radiesse
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