Many patients who visit Dr. Doppelt of Southeastern Dermatology in Knoxville want to learn more about dermal fillers and other injectables to find out if they can turn back the hands of time. The signs of aging can cause sagging and drooping skin, due to the loss of collagen and volume. It can also result in fine lines and wrinkles, which can dramatically change the way patients feel about themselves. One great solution for patients who are dealing with volume loss, fine lines, and wrinkles is injectable dermal fillers, such as Radiesse. Knoxville residents can visit Dr. Doppelt and learn about the amazing benefits that Radiesse can offer.
Radiesse is considered dermal filler, but stands out from the rest. It does this by stimulating the body’s natural ability to produce collagen, outperforming many other types of dermal fillers. It is offered by providers such as those at Southeastern Dermatology. What makes it one of the best dermal fillers is the fact that it is long lasting. This is because the changes in collagen production occur over the course of up to twelve months. Patients will have fewer injections to maintain the result than with other injectables, so this is a more long-term treatment option for those who do not want to visit their dermatologist every few months for continuous injections.
Radiesse is injected into the areas of the face that are experiencing volume loss as well as wrinkles and folds. This FDA-approved treatment is safe and effective in reducing the appearance of problems areas such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and other problem areas of the face.
To determine your eligibility for Radiesse injections and find out if it is right for you, call Dr. Doppelt of Southeastern Dermatology today to schedule a consultation appointment. During this time, Dr. Doppelt can perform a full examination and medical background check to ensure that it is safe and effective for patients seeking this treatment. Thanks to Radiesse, patients can address troublesome areas of the face without having to undergo invasive plastic surgery.