Difference between Radiesse and Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

The desire to have more beauty is often confronted with the risk of losing one you have. So before contacting a cosmologist, people often do a little research on the options they have and risks and benefits associated with each option. What they came across is a long list of cosmological services and a bulk of confusing and contradictory information. What’s more, every now and then, research studies are published with new findings, showing one cosmological treatment to be better than other. General public, unaware of how to interpret research findings and to understand its limitations, start applying the treatment without regarding whether it’s suitable for them or not.

Likewise, there is confusion among hoi polloi on the different choices of injectable they have. In particular, people got bamboozled with the variety of dermal filler as there are many in the market, each one with different price and durability of effect. So for all people in search of information on dermal fillers, here is a simple-to-follow and quick-to-read yet all-inclusive comparison of different types of dermal fillers.

The Basic Division

Before you move on to the table on comparison of dermal fillers, have this little information in mind. Although there are many others, Radiesse and Hyaluronic acid fillers form the basic division of fillers. Juvéderm, Perlane, and Restylane and their sub-types all have hyaluronic acid as their key ingredient – a compound that is present in our bodies naturally. In contrast, the main ingredient of Radiesse dermal filler is Calcium hydroxylapatite which is a lab-made chemical.  Radiesse fillers produce long-lasting effects as compared to hyaluronic acid fillers but they are more costly and you can’t reverse their effect through antidote which is possible in case of dermal fillers.

 

 

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