Radiesse in Bangkok

The Ultimate Guide to Radiesse in Bangkok

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If you don’t want to have surgery but would like to tackles those wrinkles, Radiesse offers a quick and long-lasting solution. One of the injectable dermal fillers, it is used to treat deep wrinkles and folds – such as the nasolabial fold (the crease that runs from the side of the nose down to the side of the mouth), as well as fine lines.

Why have Radiesse in Bangkok?

The prices in Bangkok for Radiesse treatments are likely to be much lower than what you’d pay at home, and so if you are on holiday here, it might be something you may want to think about in order to save yourself a few hundred bucks.

There’s no need to worry about the quality either. The same brands are available here, and providing you book yourself in with a reliable clinic, your treatment should be administered safely and effectively.

Bangkok is one of the world’s favorite locations for cosmetic procedures, but it is worth spending a little time going to a recommended clinic with verifiable credentials.

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With the proliferation of establishments offering these type of treatments it may seem as though it’s as simple as having a haircut. However, you should still remember that it is a cosmetic treatment that needs to be administered by trained professionals, as in inexperienced hands things can go very wrong.

Why use Radiesse?

Made from calcium-based microspheres which are similar to the body’s own natural minerals, it has been found to give long-lasting results for up to a year.

How does it work?

Radiesse plumps the skin to improve its appearance, stimulating the body to produce collagen – the main protein required for building and strengthening tissue, such as skin.

What areas can Radiesse be used on?

Radiesse is injected into deep facial wrinkles and lines around the mouth. This includes smile lines (the nasolabial folds), marionette lines (the lines that run downward from the corners of the mouth) and the areas on either side of the chin where loss of facial volume can cause sagging (pre-jowl folds). It can also be used on horizontal chin lines.

How long does the treatment take?

The injection of Radiesse is a quick procedure that can be done in under an hour. The procedure can be more comfortable if it is mixed with an anesthetic, such as lidocaine.

What is the recovery time?

After the treatment you may experience some mild side-effects, including, redness, swelling, tenderness, bruising, pain and itching, but these should last for only a day or two.

It is advisable that for 24 hours following your treatment that you do not apply makeup and avoid movement or massage of the treated area as well as heat or sun exposure.

What are the risks?

Any procedure involving an injection through the skin carries a risk of infection. If you do have a skin infection it is advised not to have Radiesse until the infection is healed.

What is the cost of Radiesse treatment in Bangkok compared to Australia or New Zealand?

Prices are typically costed per syringe – which is usually enough to do one area, although sometimes two may be required. In Bangkok, Radiesse treatment is around AUD $500, compared to AUD $800 in Australia.

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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment.