Radiesse in Mexico City can smooth the lines of your face and make you look younger. It belongs to the family of dermal fillers, but unlike many hyaluronic acid fillers, it lasts much longer and you require top-up injections at longer intervals. It can fill out deep wrinkles, nose to mouth lines, smile lines and more. It can also be used for lip augmentation, jaw line augmentation, enhancement of the cheeks, and smooth out wrinkled hands.
Radiesse contains calcium based microspheres that provide scaffolding for natural collagen. Use of Radiesse has many benefits like:
For all these reasons you should consider Radiesse treatment.
Radiesse treatment can be expensive in the U.S. and Canada. The same treatment in Mexico City will cost a fraction of the price. And Mexico City is a great place for a holiday so you can combine the two. Medical facilities in Mexico are affordable and, in fact, the country sees a huge influx of medical tourists from the U.S. and Canada because of this. Additionally the capital offers excellent medical facilities on part with those in the U.S. and Canada. There are many expat U.S. doctors who practice in Mexico and even local doctors may have trained in the U.S. or Europe.
You can also visit all the tourist attractions in Mexico City or take trips not too far away and check out various sites. You can stay at different hotels ranging from self contained resorts to high end luxury hotels to mid range hotels to budget accommodations. The city is also famous for its shopping malls and department stores. As for food, you can have global cuisines if you are not enamored of the local delights.
By and large medical facilities in Mexico City are excellent and you can even find JCI accredited hospitals here. But there are smaller clinics where the doctors may not speak English or where the facilities may not be up to date. As communication is a major problem, if you don’t speak Spanish, you should be careful if you book on your own. If the doctor or person treating you does not even understand you and vice versa, then there is no point in getting the treatment done at all.
If you book through Medical Departures, the pain is taken out of the booking process. Because we carry out checks and investigations on the qualifications and credentials, the training and experience of the doctors working at the clinic and hospitals we list on our website. We ensure that the staff can speak English so there are no communication difficulties. We make sure that they follow international phygiene and safety protocols and use the latest equipment. This gives you an additional layer of safety.
Once the doctor has checked you and seen the condition of your skin, the treatment is quite fast. The doctor will discuss with you what your treatment goals and expectations are and then carry out the procedure. It involves the use of a topical anesthetic, spray or local anesthesia and then the Radiesse injections are used. The injections come pre-filled. There is a possibility that you may have minor swelling and redness for a day or so and for that you need to use ice-packs. You will also be advised not to massage the skin, avoid exposure to sun and not move facial muscles for a day or so post treatment as far as possible.
Other than that, there is no downtime and you can carry on with your activities. If you are in Mexico City on holiday, you may want to get strenuous activities in before the treatment, but you can carry on with indoor activities. You can go back home after the treatment. If you want, you can keep the unused syringes with you for future treatments.
In the U.S. you can pay between USD 650 and USD 800 per syringe of Radiesse. It will cost less than 50 percent of this price in Mexico City.
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