Relleno Facial Hidroxiapatita de Calcio by Oneline Beauty Clinic

Facial Fillers

Calcium Hydroxyapatite

As a result of the natural facial aging process, skin structures such as collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and facial fat become less abundant, giving way to the appearance of wrinkles and facial lines.

RADIESSE is an injectable treatment ideal for redefining the natural contours of the face and correcting the signs of aging by diminishing wrinkles and expression lines.


What is the Radiesse treatment like?

RADIESSE is injected into the skin through a simple, safe and minimally invasive procedure performed in our clinic.

If you want to reaffirm the skin or redefine the facial oval RADIESSE will provide you with a natural structure for skin support. On the other hand, if you want to increase volume in cheekbones or chin the results are virtually immediate. In either case, as time passes, RADIESSE will stimulate collagen production, which will give your skin a smooth and healthy appearance.

Simple Fast procedure



  • Inflammation.
  • Infection in the skin where it will be filled.
  • Hypersensitivity.
  • Itching and pain in the area to be applied.
  • In pregnancy.
  • Skin discoloration.
  • Hematoma.
  • Prosthesis or in the presence of foreign bodies such as liquid silicone or derivatives.
  • Conditions that compromise the blood supply or vascularization.
  • Don't apply to breasts or lips.
calcium-hydroxyapatite radiesse treatment


Radiesse® and RADIESSE® (+) are dermal fillers used to smooth moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds (the folds that extend from the corner of the nose to the corner of the mouth). Radiesse® is also used to correct the loss of volume in the bottom of the hands.
You should not use RADIESSE® or RADIESSE® (+) if you have an allergy to any component of the product, if you have a history of severe allergies, if you have a bleeding disorder, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. You should not use RADIESSE® (+) if you have an allergy to lidocaine or similar medications.
    One of the risks with the use of these products is the unintentional injection into a blood vessel. The chances of this happening are very small, but if it does, the complications can be serious and permanent. These complications, which have been reported for facial injections, can include vision abnormalities, blindness, movement, temporary scabs, or permanent skin scarring. If you have vision changes, signs of a stroke (including sudden difficulty speaking, numbness or weakness in the face, arms or legs, difficulty walking, drooping of the face, severe headache, dizziness or confusion) , white appearance of the skin or unusual pain during or shortly after treatment, you should notify your doctor immediately.
    As with all procedures that involve an injection through the skin, there is a risk of infection. Do not use RADIESSE ® or RADIESSE ® (+) if you have a skin infection until it has healed
    It is not known if RADIESSE ® or RADIESSE ® (+) is safe or effective on the lips, or in the area around the eyes.
    Microspheres in radiesse ® and radiesse ® (+) can be seen on X-rays and CT scans. It is very important that you tell your healthcare provider that you have had ® RADIESSE or radiesse ® dermal filler (+).
    Injection into the back of the hand can result in temporary difficulty in performing activities. Radiesse ® can cause nodules, bumps, or lumps on the back of the hand and can last up to 1 year.
    If you have a history of herpes, you may experience a herpes outbreak after receiving radiesse ® or radiesse ® (+).
    You should minimize strenuous activity and avoid prolonged exposure to the sun or heat for approximately 24 hours after treatment and until any swelling or redness has resolved.
Tell your healthcare provider if you are taking blood thinners or medications that can interfere with blood clotting, such as aspirin or warfarin. These medications may make it more likely that you will experience bruising or bleeding at the injection site. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any hand disease, injury, or disability, if you have a history of large, raised scarring, or if you’ve had any other skin treatments, such as skin peels.
The most common adverse events seen in clinical studies of radiesse® used on the hands include bruising, redness, swelling, pain, itching, nodules or bumps / lumps, difficulty performing activities, loss of sensation and other local side effects. The most common adverse events seen in clinical studies of RADIESSE® or RADIESSE® (+) used on the face include bruising, redness, swelling, pain, itching, and other local side effects.
These are not all the possible side effects with RADIESSE® or RADIESSE® (+). Merz collects information on adverse events seen with RADIESSE® and RADIESSE® (+) outside of clinical studies. These events are included in the RADIESSE ® and RADIESSE® (+) Patient Information Guide based on an assessment of severity and possible causal relationship with radiesse® or radiesse® (+). See the Patient Information Guide available at for a list of these events. Tell your healthcare provider about any side effect that bothers you or does not go away.

Source of information.
Dermal Fillers | Radiesse