Radiesse is the only FDA approved injectable filler comprised of calcium-based microspheres, which adds volume under the skin, while stimulating the production of collagen. Oklahoma City plastic surgeon, Dr. Clinton Webster, uses Radiesse for patients who desire a long-term result. Radiesse is used to help smooth contours, fine lines, and wrinkles and typically will last up to a full year. Our plastic surgery practice offers a variety of filler options. Dr. Webster will conduct a thorough skin analysis to determine if Radiesse is the right solution for you.
"Dr. Webster and his staff are warm, friendly professionals who not only seem knowledgeable about their practice but who also seem to take a personal interest in each one of their patients."- Anonymous / RateMDs / May 02, 2016
"Great staff!! Dr Webster is caring and listens to all your concerns"- F.T. / Facebook / Nov 14, 2019
"The staff is very friendly, and caring. Rebel and Dr. Webster make you feel they care, and that you’re important. They listen to what your goals and expectations and follow through! I would HIGHLY recommend!!"- J.F. / Facebook / Sep 18, 2019
"I was beyond impressed with my experience at Dr. Webster's office. I was completely blown away by how helpful and kind Dr. Webster, Rebel and the rest of the staff were. Everyone made me feel so comfortable and was very knowledgeable. I highly recommend them to everyone. They are the best!"- P.G. / Google / Jun 06, 2019
"Had such a wonderful experience at this office!! I wanted a breast augmentation, mini tummy tuck, & a BBL. All the staff, nurses, anesthesiologist, and Dr. Webster were so nice and made me so comfortable at their office. Definitely would recommend them 👍 ❤️ I know it’s different for everyone. But I am post op 4 days from my surgery and honestly I feel great."- M.Q. / Google / Mar 27, 2019
Radiesse can be injected during an office visit in just 30 minutes. Before the procedure, the injection areas will be marked and cleaned. A local anesthetic may be used for additional comfort, however the filler itself is mixed with an anesthetic called Lidocaine. Using a syringe, the surgeon will inject the Radiesse filler into the skin. Following the procedure, patients may feel numb or experience redness near the injection sites, which normally subsides in a short time. There is no downtime, and patients are able to return to work following their appointment.
What to Expect
Patients should notice a difference to their face almost immediately following a Radiesse® injection. However, because the injection ingredient works to produce and stimulate collagen development, results will be longer lasting than some of the other fillers on the market. Patients should expect results that include added volume to the face which will smooth out wrinkle, and typically last up to one year. Patients can repeat this procedure when they feel their results are no longer visible.
Plan Your Procedure
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What About Other Fillers?
Patients who are considering an injectable filler as part of their cosmetic treatment have a diverse selection of fillers to choose from. Fillers such as Radiesse are considered temporary, even though the results may last up to a full year. Common filler procedures include collagen, calcium hydroxyapatite, hyaluronic acid, polylactic acid, and the heaviest of the fillers, PMMA. During your consultation, we will discuss the various fillers and evaluate your facial tone, laxity, and volume levels to help you decide which filler may be the best choice.
What Makes Radiesse Different?
Radiesse is the only dermal filler composed of calcium-based microspheres, which are comparable to hyaluronic acid injectable fillers due to the natural ability to stimulate collagen production. The results slightly vary from the two types of fillers, and generally patients are more pleased with results from Radiesse.
What About Side Effects?
Patients undergoing Radiesse may have mild redness, bruising, numbness and/or itching that occur following treatment. These are temporary side effects that usually disappear within a day or two.