This past Saturday, our very own Dr. Graivier was a featured lecturer and demonstrator of hyperdilute Radiesse at The Avalon in Alpharetta. As an industry and thought leader, Dr. Graivier recognizes the importance of showing other doctors the perfect techniques to perform this amazing filler treatment that has been a game changer for many patients. In fact, Dr. Graivier was the first plastic surgeon in the world to use Radiesse. He pioneered the use of Radiesse as a volume filler and contouring agent for the face as well as for hand rejuvenation. But what is hyper-diluted Radiesse and how does it work?
Radiesse is a collagen-stimulating filler that lifts and smooths skin while replacing volume and improving elasticity. It’s also important to note that while Radiesse is commonly injected for volumizing purposes, it can also be hyper-diluted with saline and lidocaine to be used as a skin rejuvenator for improving skin laxity and texture in especially problematic areas. This can be used on hands, arms, elbows, buttocks (including cellulite), neck, décolletage, mid-lower face, abdomen, and even knees. Stretch marks can also be improved. In fact, hyperdilute Radiesse serves as a scaffold and stimulates your body’s natural collagen production making your skin more elastic, firm, and smooth.
Radiesse treatments are quick in-office procedures with minimal discomfort that display results as early as four weeks after injection. Within the first year, one to three treatment sessions are typical to achieve optimal results with maintenance of one treatment every 12-18 months.
See your skin reach new levels of rejuvenation and try hyperdilute Radiesse at The Graivier Center.