Last fact-checked: 23 September 2020
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This injectable dermal filler is a long-lasting, temporary solution to combat facial wrinkles and lines, plumping them out and helping to rebuild new collagen below the skin’s surface, adding fullness and a more youthful look.
A great treatment to have when you’re on holiday, there are clinics offering this quick treatment throughout Thailand.
Radiesse is made with calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres–identical to natural minerals found in your body. The product works in two ways:
Radiesse is particularly effective for deep facial wrinkles, including marionette lines (the lines that run downwards from the corners of the mouth), the nasolabial folds (smile lines) and to the areas either side of the chin where sagging caused by volume loss can result in jowls.
Thailand is one of the world’s top medical tourism destinations, with millions of satisfied patients having flown into the country for both invasive and non-invasive treatments over the last two decades.
Although the prices of Radiesse are lower in Thailand, making a special trip just for this procedure is not going to be cost-effective; however, if you are visiting on holiday or business, it could make sense to have treatment while you are there.
The treatment takes between 15 minutes and an hour, and apart from a little redness and swelling afterward, which soon resolves, it won’t impact too much on your other activities. This means you can get on with your holiday, with places like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Pattaya all proving popular with medical travellers.
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You will usually be given a local anaesthetic to numb the area being treated, and while this is taking effect the injection sites will be selected. Using a fine needle, the Radiesse will be injected under the skin to the problem areas.
After treatment, you will likely experience some swelling and a reddening of the skin, as well as some discomfort after the anaesthetic has worn off. It should also be noted that:
Radiesse is typically priced by the syringe and so you may require more than one syringe full, dependent on the extent of your treatment.
In Australia costs are around $800 (US $600, CAD $750, £400 GBP, €550), whereas Radiesse in Thailand averages $500 (US $400, CAD $500, £250 GBP, €350).
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