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What is Caha? (sounds like a cocktail, right?)
Radiesse Hyperdilute

Considering Sculptra for aging and crepey skin? Use Caha or combine with Caha.

Several respected journal articles were published detailing how Radiesse is used as a bio-stimulating agent. The product is hyper diluted and then with the cannula, is deposited into areas of collagen loss. The super exciting news is that this product stimulates Type I collagen, which is original collagen. Sculptra stimulates Type II and III collagen and the combination can be awesome!

Radiesse is composed of calcium hydroxyapatite. Hence the Caha! This is a naturally occurring substance in the body. Using Caha to rebuild collagen is entirely different than Dermal filler. Instead of filling up an area, it is stimulating your body to create volume on its own. How exciting is that!? Of course we often do both, but long-term regeneration is only possible with actual collagen stimulation.

What areas can Radiesse hyper-dilute address?

Any area that is sagging or crepe-like can benefit from the treatment. Areas we commonly address include the face, neck, décolleté, arms, and knees. It can also be used for the abdomen and to create a butt lift. However, it will take multiple syringes to create a nice rounded behind!

No preparation is required and because we use a cannula, there is typically little or no bruising. The only downtime is waiting for the results because collagen continues to build for eight months after treatment. Two to  Three treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart are Follow up visits can range from six months to annually.

Before/After CaHa

No filler face here. Just reactivated collagen leading to a gentle lift, which resulted in a re-defined jawline.

Find out whether you are a good candidate.

Be well. Age less. Live more.

Contact our Austin practice today to book an appointment!