Hyperdilute Radiesse vs. Sculptra
Are you considering getting facial injectables like Radiesse or Sculptra but don’t know which one is right for you? Hyperdilute Radiesse and Sculptra are both popular non-surgical facial augmentation options that are classified as collagen bio stimulators, meaning it works to promote the growth of collagen and other skin-firming proteins.
What is Hyperdilute Radiesse?
When it comes to facial rejuvenation, there are many options available. One option is Hyperdilute Radiesse, which is an FDA-approved dermal filler designed to fill in wrinkles and fine lines while restoring volume loss and elasticity to the skin. It’s made of a combination of calcium hydroxyapatite and calcium microspheres that work together to give the face a more youthful appearance.
Pros of Hyperdilute Radiesse Injectable Filler
One of the major advantages of using Hyperdilute Radiesse is that it can be injected directly into the face, meaning it’s minimally invasive and requires no surgery or downtime. It also offers superior results when compared to other dermal fillers, as it provides a more natural-looking appearance and reduces signs of aging due to its ability to blend into the skin.
Cons of Hyperdilute Radiesse Injectable Filler
The main downside to Hyperdilute Radiesse is that it tends to have a shorter lifespan than other dermal fillers, meaning that touch-ups may be needed more often. Additionally, some people may experience side effects at the injection site such as swelling or bruising in the area where the product was injected.
What is Sculptra?
Sculptra is another FDA-approved dermal filler used to treat wrinkles and fine lines, but it uses poly-L-lactic acid instead of calcium hydroxylapatite. This substance works by stimulating the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin, which helps to restore volume, elasticity, and create new collagen production.
Pros of Sculptra Injections
The major benefit of using Sculptra is that it has a longer-lasting effect than other dermal fillers. Additionally, this product can be used to treat areas of the face where Hyperdilute Radiesse cannot be used, such as the chin and jawline.
Cons of Sculptra Injections
The main disadvantage of using Sculptra is that it can take several treatments to achieve the desired results. Additionally, some people may experience side effects in the treatment area such as swelling or mild pain where the product was injected.
Who is the Best Candidate for Hyperdilute Radiesse?
Hyperdilute Radiesse is best suited for individuals seeking a minimally invasive solution to treat wrinkles and fine lines. It’s also ideal for those who want instant results without needing surgery or downtime.
Who is the Best Candidate for Sculptra?
Sculptra is best suited for individuals looking for a more long-term solution to treat wrinkles and fine lines. It can also be used to contour and restore volume and elasticity in areas where Hyperdilute Radiesse is not suitable, such as the chin and jawline.
Try Out Hyperdilute Radiesse and Sculptra with Skin Savvy
At Skin Savvy, we offer both Hyperdilute Radiesse and Sculptra treatments. Our experienced board-certified team of professionals will help you determine which option is right for you. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help restore your youthful glow.