Fillers: Radiesse vs Juvederm vs Restylane vs Belotero vs Prevelle - Knoxville Plastic Surgeon
Radiesse vs. Juvederm
You can expect immediate improvement in the treated skin. Within a week, you should experience full results.
Radiesse isn’t permanent, so you’ll have to repeat treatments as often as needed. For some people, treatments will only be required every two years. Others might need small maintenance injections in between major treatments.
Swelling shouldn’t be severe, and you should expect it to go down in no more than 36 hours. You’ll probably experience some bruising and discomfort, which you can alleviate with over-the-counter medicines.
While you’ll be able to return to your normal routine immediately, you’ll need to avoid strenuous exercise or other activities. Your skin may be especially sensitive to sunlight, so avoid direct sun and heat for at least 24 hours or until your redness and swelling have gone down.
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