Pregnancy and Radiesse

Radiesse is a dermal filler that can be used to reduce wrinkles. It can reduce wrinkles around the eyes, nose, neck and forehead. Women between 18 and 70 are good candidates for Radiesse. However, the periods before and during pregnancy should be avoided to get a Radiesse treatment.

Radiesse before Pregnancy

Even though there have been no studies to show that Radiesse can affect a future pregnancy, you should avoid getting a treatment before getting pregnant. Theoretically, the treatment cannot affect your reproductive system, but to be safe, you should wait until after giving birth. Radiesse is an elective procedure, so it may be postponed for a year.

Radiesse during Pregnancy

The effects of a dermal filler such as Radiesse on pregnancy haven't been established yet, but some cosmetic treatments may affect the fetus. The pregnancy is an important period in your life and in the baby's life, and the safety of your future baby is more important than getting a cosmetic procedure.

To be safe, delay the Radiesse treatment until after pregnancy; a lot of clinics have strict policies regarding cosmetic treatments and pregnancies.

Radiesse after Pregnancy

Radiesse can be administered after a pregnancy. The plastic surgeon will wait at least 6 weeks after the baby is born or until after the lactation period is over. Talk to your plastic surgeon to determine the optimal time for a cosmetic treatment with a dermal filler.

Radiesse will fill your wrinkles and the skin will get back its original volume and youthful appearance.

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