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Liquid BBL

Non-Surgical Butt Lift in New Hampshire


Welcome to PM Aesthetics, your go-to medical spa located in Bedford, NH. We are thrilled to introduce our latest offering: the Radiesse Liquid BBL! This non-surgical treatment is designed to enhance your curves, giving you a fuller, more youthful appearance with minimal downtime.

What is Radiesse?

Radiesse is a revolutionary dermal filler that not only provides immediate results but also stimulates your body's natural collagen production. This dual-action treatment offers a long-lasting lift and contour for your buttocks, making it an excellent alternative to traditional surgical procedures.

Why Choose Radiesse Liquid BBL at PM Aesthetics?

  • Immediate Results: Experience a noticeable lift and volume enhancement right after the treatment.

  • Minimal Downtime: Get back to your daily activities almost immediately.

  • FDA-Approved: Radiesse is a safe and clinically proven treatment.

  • Collagen Stimulation: Promotes natural collagen production for long-lasting results.

The Procedure

  • Consultation: Our experts will assess your needs and determine the number of syringes required for optimal results.

  • Preparation: The treatment area is numbed for your comfort.

  • Injection: Radiesse is carefully injected into targeted areas.

  • Post-Treatment Care: You may experience minimal swelling or bruising, which will subside quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the treatment take?
The procedure typically takes about 30 minutes.


When will I see results?
You'll notice immediate improvements, with optimal results visible in 3 to 6 months as your body produces more collagen.


How long do the results last?
The effects of Radiesse can last up to 2 years, depending on individual factors like metabolism.

Learn more about all of our injectable treatments here!


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● Eat a light meal or snack prior to appointment.
● Avoid excessive sun exposure (or tanning beds) 1 week prior to treatment.
● Wear comfortable clothes.
● Avoid non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) such as ibuprofen, Advil, aspirin, Aleve (unless taking these medications for a medical condition).

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