Dermal Filler

Radiesse® is an FDA-approved dermal filler and facial volumiser used to smooth moderate-to-severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds as well as to correct volume loss in the back of the hands.

The Radiesse® filler range works to boost the collagen that is naturally present in our skin in order to eliminate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen is the main structural protein of our skin – this is the protein that helps our skin to look and feel tight. However, as we age our body stops producing collagen to the same extent that it previously did, which can cause our skin to sag or for wrinkles to appear.

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Radiesse® filler is a collagen stimulator and works by stimulating the body’s natural production of collagen for a more youthful appearance, with a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

A Radiesse® treatment can be used to plump a number of problem areas on the face, including smile lines, marionette lines, pre-jowl folds, corners of the mouth and chin wrinkles. Radiesse® filler works to boost the skin to fill these lines, unveiling smoother and younger looking skin.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use Radiesse® facial volumiser within the following procedures:

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