Dr. Peter Abramson | Radiesse Facial Injectable

Radiesse is an FDA approved facial injectable wrinkle treatment used to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds around the nose and mouth, such as the nasolabial folds. Nasolabial folds, commonly known as smile lines or laugh lines, are the two skin folds that run from each side of the nose to the corners of the mouth. Radiesse also stimulates the body to produce new collagen and is made of unique calcium-based microspheres that are suspended in a water-based gel.

Peter Abramson M.D., uses Radiesse facial filler to add volume to the cheeks and deep nasolabial folds. No allergy testing is required. Results lasting up to one year can be expected.

What Does Radiesse Correct?

  • Deep folds on the face
  • Cheek volume
  • Areas that need more volume enhancement due to facial fat loss and sagging.
  • Patients who need more than simple lines softened, but would like an overall fuller more youthful face.

About the Procedure

All filler treatment procedures start with either a topical anesthetic, an injection of anesthetic, or an anesthetic block to lessen or eliminate discomfort. Once the desired area is numb, Dr. Abramson will inject the filler under the skin. Multiple injections distribute the dermal filler evenly through the area. The entire procedure takes less than an hour.


Little or no anesthesia is required. Depending on the patient’s preference and the sensitivity of the area being treated, Dr. Abramson sometimes employs topical anesthetic agents. Some patients may have slight swelling and bruising around the injection areas that will go away within a few hours.

Abramson Facial Plastic Surgery & Rejuvenation Center uses innovative, state-of-the-art techniques and instruments to perform a variety of aesthetic procedures for patients throughout the Metro Atlanta, GA area including Gainesville, Carrollton, Norcross, Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek. Call (404) 297-1789 today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Peter Abramson to discuss facial fillers.