Anti-Aging Face and Neck Lift
Evolve Healthcare offers new and exciting, non-surgical solutions for our clients in Woodland Hills looking to restore lost volume in the cheeks and temples.
Shed Years Off Your Face
This treatment can be administered to different areas including your cheeks, temples, lips, nose, marionette lines, and nasolabial areas. The effects last about 3 months. To explore this new opportunity in beauty and anti-aging in Woodland Hills, please make your appointment today for free consultation at Evolve Healthcare.
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Safe and Effective Anti-aging Treatments
Radiesse filler is one of the few FDA-approved dermal filler for restoring lost volume in the face, and can be safely used to treat wrinkles and folds in your face.
It is highly effective compared to other hyaluronic acid fillers because it also stimulates your body to produce new collagen. Radiesse contains Calcium Hydroxyapatite (CaHa) that is suspended in sodium carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), an aqueous gel carrier. The volume increase is instant as soon as it’s injected. Moreover, your body gradually absorbs the CMC gel and metabolizes the CaHA completely, so you’re only left with your natural collagen.
Revolutionary Cannula Filler Injection
Dermal fillers are typically injected at specific target areas under the skin to achieve the desired results. Microcannula is a revolutionary method for injecting the filler. Compared to traditional needles that are inelastic and require a sharp tip to penetrate the skin, cannula is elastic and uses a blunt tip that doesn’t pierce the skin.
Instead, the cannula gently creates its own path through the skin to administer the filler. With its long and flexible body, Microcannula offers several benefits over traditional needles, including:
Precise filler injection in multiple locations via one point of entry
More effective with more uniform results
Less bruising and swelling
Considerably lower pain and discomfort
Reduced risk of trauma and tissue damage
Quick recovery and minimal downtime after the procedure
The doctor needs to make a tiny and shallow entry point in your skin to insert the microcannula. This is done using a fine needle so there’s minimal pain or bleeding. This single opening will be used to administer all the injections to target areas as the cannula is moved around under the skin. This process is painless and doesn’t damage your tissues.