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In Northern Virginia


Injectable Dermal Filler


RADIESSE® gives patients back their youthful appearance through an injection of calcium hydroxyapatite used to create additional facial volume.

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RADIESSE® has quickly become a leading facial injection in the nation as well as at our Mountcastle Medical Spa in Ashburn, VA for improving the appearance of the skin.
Inside RADIESSE®, there is an exclusive mineral called calcium hydroxyapatite, which naturally resides inside the bones and face. This calcium gel injected by our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Timothy Mountcastle, immediately adds volume and also stimulates the body’s collagen production to help smooth contours, fine lines, and wrinkles for up to a full year. As the only FDA approved dermal filler comprised of calcium-based microspheres, RADIESSE® boasts a high standard of safety and offers a natural treatment that yields enduring results.


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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®e 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.


Patients should notice a difference to their faces 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 wrinkles, and typically last up to one year. Patients can repeat this procedure when they feel their results are no longer visible.