Aesthetic Medicine


Wrinkles are folds of the skin that are formed due to the action of the muscles located immediately below it. Wrinkles are formed both in the face and in other areas such as arms, neck, neck, inter and inframamar, etc., by far the most upsetting ones are those with facial localization.
Methods to prevent wrinkles (too early) have as a common denominator the preservation of skin quality. Genetic inheritance plays an important but not definitive role. Environmental factors and lifestyle are determinants of wrinkles.
Skin is the most voluminous organ of the human body.
It goes without saying that any pathological condition that affects the body as a whole will leave traces in the skin. The essential role of this organ is to protect against external aggressive factors (cold, heat, radiation, humidity, toxic substances, etc.).
Tegument is the mirror of the whole body. Healthy skin reflects a general health condition. Long and uncontrolled exposure to any of the aforementioned environmental factors damages the quality of the skin.
The following factors are directly involved in accelerating wrinkles:
Long exposure to solar radiation causes skin collagen damage and pronounced, characteristic, more frequent appearance in very pale-colored individuals.
Cold causes decrease in facial skin circulation with temporary shutdown of peripheral vessels, low production of sebum, elimination of toxins is slowed down and skin degrades

Elevated temperatures with low humidity cause dehydration of the body and, implicitly, skin, lower production in the sweat glands and early scarring.
Air currents affect the skin because it actually causes it to "dry" it. If low temperatures are associated, the negative effect is stronger.
Preventing wrinkles involves removing or diminishing exposure to the above-mentioned factors, applying sunscreen creams as high as possible, using fat fresheners in cold periods, and over-moisturizing creams in warmer times, as in our country the climate is dry , Avoiding exposure to strong air drafts either in summer or winter
A method that our grandparents know very well is the application of a wet and hot towel on the face with a guaranteed anti-scratch effect. The wet sauna is very good for maintaining the moisture level of the skin.
Life and nutrition is very important. Sufficient and quality sleep, lack of stress of any kind, nutrition rich in liquids and fibers, and lack of fats of animal origin, lack of smoking, twice daily treatment of antioxidant vitamins (vitamin C , Vit E), all this will delay the appearance of wrinkles.
Treatment methods are non-surgical and surgical
Non-surgical:
Facial treatment on a monthly basis or at most two months: it is a suite of maneuvers and applications of various cosmetic products suitable for your skin to produce deep cleansing, hydration and nourishment.
Determine the type of skin should be correct and the products used in your knowledge, so empirical application of products that are not suitable for your skin can cause adverse effects. Here are a few secrets at your fingertips at home, if you do not want to use or trade allergy products: the best dry skin masks with no sebum are those based on egg yolks to which you can add a Teaspoon of cow's cheese, a few drops of olive oil or vitamin A + E oily. Also full winter hot mask is recommended; Embraces several pieces of cotton wool in the milk and is applied to the face as a mask.

In the hot season the best masks for the same type of skin are those based on fruits (apricots, peaches, red melon, etc.) or vegetables (cucumber, tomato, carrots). For acne fat, use egg whites with lemon juice. The beer yeast and honey mask is suitable for all skin types, especially during the cold season. Concentrated hot medicinal infusions (chamomile, sage, rosemary, lavender, marigold, lime blossom, mint) at the facial level will have a maximum moisturizing effect both in summer and winter. All these masks should be preceded by a deep cleansing by using gum products (maize or bran), a sustained massage to stimulate circulation at this level and accelerate detoxification, as well as a pre-moisturizing of the skin through the wet sauna.

Chemical peeling consists in applying products with acidic properties on the skin, they will cause the removal of superficial layers and stimulate the production of "young" skin. Depending on the products used, their concentration and their time of action on the skin, we can practice a superficial, medium or deep peeling. After this type of treatment, the skin needs special care for periods that can last up to 2 months.
Microdermabrasion is a mechanical method of removing superficial skin layers. Dermabrasion devices are varied, the effect being essentially the same: deep cleansing.
BioSkinJetting or subcision is a method by which it is determined to stimulate collagen production at the level of each wrinkle. Immediately after treatment, there will remain fine red lines covering the treated wrinkles, which cover easily with make-up and disappear in 2-4 days, being replaced by young collagen. As with chemical peels, young tissue needs special care. Sometimes it takes more than one treatment for the same wrinkle to get favorable results
Reinforcing using intense pulsed light (Intensive Pulse Light). Applying to the skin some radiation with a certain wavelength not only does not cause hyperpigmentation damage to the skin but discolours those already existing. As a collateral effect, an improvement in the appearance of total collagen in the skin and the reduction of fine wrinkles was observed.
Peeling by laser therapy. Laser therapy is a method by which a more substantial layer of skin thickness is removed, producing an intense "cleansing" of both pigment and wrinkle elements. The restoration period is a few weeks.

Injection gels can be used to attenuate the appearance of deep wrinkles especially, and nasolabial grooves (between nose and mouth). The volume-occupying substances are produced with more densities, the least densely being ideal for "filling" the wrinkles. Gels may have a temporary effect for several months or a long-lasting effect for a few years, the latter having a risk of local adverse effects (irritation, irregularities, inflammation).
Botulinum toxin is a product that injects into the facial muscles and relaxes it for a period of 4 to 6 months. The effect is temporary, the muscles gradually resume their activity, returning to the initial stage.

It is important to choose the right time to start this type of treatment. The moment the first wrinkles appear, which are no longer disappearing when applying non-medical methods of treatment, it is appropriate to start this therapy.

The method is practically risk-free, the amount of botulinum toxin contained in this serum is extremely low. Allergy to this type of treatment is very rare. The results are gradually being installed, in several days, the effect of the treatment we have after a week.

A treatment session takes a few minutes. At the place of injection there remain signs that resemble the mosquito stump, signs that disappear after a few minutes to half an hour. Sometimes small bruises may appear that cover easily with make-up and disappear by themselves after 3-4 days.

In your entourage no one will notice any difference, your physiognomy remains the same. What changes, however, is the general appearance of the girl, that is, it will be more relaxed and relaxed.
Surgical:

Autologous transfer is a method of small surgery and consists in the collection of the most common umbilical fat, its processing and injection into the nasogenic wrinkles, lips, cheeks, etc. It is also called microlipofilling. The intervention can be done with local anesthesia in both operating areas, and the effects are maintained only after at least three such "fillings" at 6 months between them. Half of the fat is resuspended within a few months, so every intervention requires "overfilling" so the initial volume of the intervention will be greater than the one you want.

Full or partial facial lifting, forehead lifting, eyebrows, are surgical procedures that remove excess skin, the face regaining its tonic and fresh appearance. Usually this intervention is associated with one of the above-mentioned non-surgical methods. It is the most radical treatment method, with a long-lasting effect, years or decades. Even after this intervention the methods of care and prevention of skin degradation should continue.

The latest approach to wrinkle therapy is the combination of treatments. Simultaneous application of two types of therapies will result in superior net outcomes than when applying one. Combining three methods can bring spectacular results. Some examples of associations:

BioSkinJetting with botulinum toxin, botulinum serum relaxes facial mulsclear over a period of several months, enough time for BioSkinJetting's young collagen to mature. After this combination, botulinum serum and BioSkinJetting are not needed for a long time.

Chemical peeling and botulinum toxin, the combination applicable to deeper wrinkles at older ages. With muscle relaxation, a significant percentage of the wrinkles are attenuated, the rest responding to chemical peel therapy.

The Botulinum Toxin-Injection Gel Combination is used very frequently. Botulinum toxin therapy is only applicable to wrinkles in the upper half of the face and to wrinkle gels in the lower half of the face. The trige of botulinum toxin-gel injections-peeling (or IPL or laser therapy) is sovereign in current aesthetic medicine, effective being maximum compared to the degree of invasiveness of the method and thus preferred to surgical methods.
The combination of any surgical technique with one or more methods of nonsurgical aesthetic medicine is the current rule. Aesthetic surgery has its well-established role in the treatment of wrinkles and facial skin pigmentation. The results are clearly superior to aesthetic medicine when strictly followed by the indications of surgical methods
Frequently Asked Questions What Botulinum Toxin (botox)?
Botulinum toxin is a natural substance produced by a bacterium called Clostridium Botulinum. A botulinum toxin type A is used to treat wrinkles Why is botulinum toxin (botox) used to treat wrinkles?
It is often used to treat blepharospasm and strabismus. In aesthetic medicine botulinum toxin injections alleviate wrinkles produced by face mimic like smile, frown or wonder by relaxing the facial muscles.
When can botulinum toxin treatment be started?

As soon as the first wrinkles appear. In our opinion, it is useless to try to prevent wrinkles using this method Who does botulinum toxin treatment?
Only medical staff with higher education, doctors specializing in plastic surgery or dermatology. The treatment is done in medical rooms and not in cosmetic cabinets Is botulinum toxin treatment (botox) painful?
You may feel slight stinging due to the use of the needle to be injected. You can also experience light headache within the first few days of injection as well as slight pain or burning sensations during injection. What Happens After Botulinum Toxin Injection (Botox)?
After applying the treatment you will see the first effects in a few hours to three days. Your specialist will give you some indications regarding care during the first 4 hours post-injection. The maximum benefit occurs within 1-2 weeks. The result is kept about 3-6 months after the first injection. It consists in smoothing the wrinkles and improving the appearance of the skin in the injected areas. When the effect of the treatment begins to disappear, you will notice the gradual recovery of the mimic muscle contraction, when you should go to a new treatment.
What are the risks and side effects of botulinum toxin therapy?
Due to its unique mechanism of action, botulinum toxin increases its dose rate. As far as remote effects are concerned, treatment with botulinum toxin can be repeated indefinitely. If you are pregnant or undergo long-term treatment, it would be good to postpone this type of therapy.

The effect of botulinum toxin may be increased by administering antibiotics in the aminoglycoside class, which interfere with the neuromuscular plaque.
Botulinum toxin can produce:

Passing headaches,
Haematomas, a blood clot located at different levels, resulting from the breakdown of a blood capillary, spontaneously disappears within a few days; Ectropion, inertial eyelid that hangs abnormally,
Diplopia, perception of two images of a single object, also called double vision,
Bruises, bruises; Ptoza palpebrala.

Your doctor needs to be informed of any medication you follow. You need to know if you have heart arrhythmia, bronchospasm, anal sphincter disorder or any other muscle contraction disorder for which you have been prescribed neostigmine.
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not achieve the desired results!

Our lips change shape and volume with the passage of years. Science also offers solutions in this sense, so today's glossy and bulky lips are fashionable, a sign of youth and full health.

Lip augmentation, also called augmentation cheiloplasty, is a procedure that may be surgical or not to increase its volume. There are other procedures for shaping and shaping edges as well as lip lifting
This process involves the use of a wide range of products, permanent or temporary injectables, lip implants, or even the use of your own fat. For lip augmentation use synthetic or biological products, or own tissue harvested and surgically reintroduced.

"Ideal" injectable product should be soft, foldable and permanent, not to cause complications to any patient. At this time, this is not possible. Doctors everywhere get remarkable results using the preparations that currently exist on the market. The latest research allows us to have more confidence in temporary injections. In this case, there are no significant adverse effects, and the latest products have a higher purity
Reducing the effect in time to disappearance is a good thing after all, if we think the fashion evolves very quickly. Massive weight changes alter the proportions between different face segments. In the case of a permanent implant, this unsightly aspect can not be easily corrected
Frequently Asked Questions What is an Injection?

Manufacturing companies provide users with volume replacement capsules encapsulated in disposable special syringes. This product is a synthetic or biological gel, based on collagen, hyaluronic acid, etc. (Collagen, Restylane, Perlane, Hylaform, Juvederm, Teosyal, etc.) What are the beneficiaries of lip augmentation?

People with low volume, asymmetrical lips requiring reconstruction, "fallen" lips, color differences, deep wrinkles due to advanced age, smoking, s.a.m. Is the augmentation of the lips a painful procedure?
Pain depends on the technique and the product. Implants can not be inserted without local or regional anesthesia. Injection products do not usually require surgery, surgery or general anesthesia. Oral light sedatives may also be given. What are the risks and complications of lip augmentation?
There is not much to do if we compare this technique with other methods of treatment. However, there is enough to consider them and try to avoid them. They depend on the type of product used. In the case of definitive implants, infection and irritation may occur if the implant edges are too large for the cavity or are uncoated. In this case, they are removed. Adverse effects caused by the implant or the production of excess scar tissue may result from an infection or the appearance of a rejection reaction in the body. Dystrophies may occur due to bruises or hematoma. Temporary or semi-transdermal injectables do not have adverse effects What are the contraindications of lip augmentation?
People who have the previous antecedents are not candidates for this method:

Accutane used 6 months before or after,
This medicine may increase the chance of developing cheloid,
Collagen disorders, scarring disorders, connective tissue,
Systemic lupus erythematosus,
Were acute,
diabetes;
Blood clotting problems,
Excessive oral plaque, dental abscesses, oral herpes
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not get the desired results!

This treatment method can restore the young look of your skin, removing hyperpigmentation due to long exposure to sunlight, fine wrinkles, irritations or post acne scars. The skin will look younger, lighter and fresher than before, even though not all imperfections have been removed. Deeper wrinkles and other irregularities will require other treatments or techniques.
The chemical substances used are: wrinkle acid for wrinkles and more superficial irritants and trichloroacetic acid (TCA) for deeper irregularities and discromos. For more aggressive treatments a medical vacation is required, from a few days to a few weeks. May be used weak acid combination combinations are used singularly, but in combination their "strength" is increased.
These substances can be used in several concentrations, depending on the depth of the peeling we want to perform. It takes more than one session to get the desired result.

Skin healed after such treatment will be able to produce the pigment the same as before, and will not be discolored. However, these patients are advised to use UV blockers or avoid exposure to the sun several months after treatment.

The same treatment can also be used to "mitigate" the unsightly stretch marks
Chemical peeling:

Removes superficial wrinkles
Removes superficial irritations
Corrects pigmentation problems
Can also be used on the neck or other areas of the body Are sometimes useful pretreatments with Retinoid A or creams with AHA
Is the choice for darker colored skins
The depth of peeling can be adjusted Several treatments are needed to get and maintain the desired result
There is no need for anesthesia for this type of peeling because the substance itself has an anesthetic effect. Light sedatives can be used before and during treatment to help the patient relax
The surgeon will carefully apply the peeling solution to the pre-cleaned skin. There will be a sensation of cracking or burning as the solution is applied. A full-face treatment takes an average of 15 minutes. Two or more chemical peels have to be applied to obtain the desired result. Sun protection is important. The doctor will show you special UVA and UVB blockers to be used daily
Frequently Asked Questions What is a chemical peeling?

Chemical peeling is the process by which chemicals such as hydroxyacetic acid, trichloroacetic acid or glycolic acid are used to remove superficial and damaged skin layers and rejuvenation of the aging skin. When can a chemical peel be applied?

Treatment can be applied whenever there is a lesion to be removed. It is better to practice in the winter. The minimum age limit is 13-14 years. The maximum age limit does not exist. What can you find out at a chemical peeling assessment session?

The injected area becomes red, hot and painful at palpation, these changes lasting from a few hours to a few days, depending on the genetic material of each of us. During this time it is not advisable to administer anti-inflammatory drugs because they can annihilate the effect of the lipolytic agent.
How to apply chemical peeling?

The skin is pretreated with special cleansing products or subjected to a microdermabrasion to remove the natural fat found on the skin. Then the acid is applied successively. The action time of the acid is either well established beforehand and upon expiration the acid is neutralized and the product is removed, or carefully monitored by your doctor and he will decide when it is necessary to neutralize it. What to expect after applying this method?

The sensation you experience is that of a sunburn or a burning wind at the face. The skin is excessively stretched and if it mimics the face, bleeding cracks can occur. The skin should be left to heal naturally without rushing "peeling." If these instructions are not followed, severe scars may occur. Is it painful chemical peeling?
You can experience a feeling of warmth and stretching depending on the depth of peeling. The doctor can place a ventilator close to your face to reduce these sensations. When do I see the first results of chemical peeling?

You will notice the appearance of a pink tegument that is highlighted under peeling. It is forbidden to "help" the healing process by hurrying the elimination of desquamations. In a few weeks the pink color will disappear depending on the depth of the peeling What are the risks of chemical peeling?

If you have oral herpes it should be treated with Acyclovir. This product significantly reduces the risk of spreading viral infection. If you have an aggravation of the disease during the healing period the virus can spread to the face, resulting in severe and permanent scars.
Great attention to desquamation!

For deeper peelings it takes several weeks for a full recovery.

Hyperpigmentation (excessive skin coloring) or hypopigmentation (skin discoloration) are possible incidents. These are temporary. The infection occurs in exceptional cases; The erythema and the skin desquamation process should be properly cared for Scars can only occur if post-peeling care is not followed What are the most important contraindications to chemical peels?
In case of continuous and systematic sun exposure, peeling is contraindicated You should tell your doctor immediately if you have a herpes eruption. Acute, warts, history of keloid scars are the absolute contraindications.
Accutane administration over the last year is also contraindicated in this procedure.
Pregnancy, breastfeeding, history of autoimmune diseases, irradiation treatments or chemotherapy, all these are situations where peeling should be avoided.
Sunburn or windburn, cracked skin, recent waxing depilation, or depilatory creams are also situations where peeling is contraindicated.
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not achieve the desired results!

Subscience is a technique of aesthetic medicine and consists in the use of a fine needle with which "irritation" occurs in each wrinkle, maneuvering to stimulate its own collagen. The area that has been stimulated appears after treatment as a "scratch" that will heal in 2-4 days through local collagen formation.
Initially it was imagined for treating fine wrinkles and post-acne scars and was called BioSkinJetting. Subsequently, the use of the method has expanded. In the Care Zone Medical clinic this technique is used to treat:

Fine wrinkles (see BSJ) Post-acne scars
Depressive scars
cellulite
Definitive unevenness after liposuction

For cellulite, subsidence can have a beneficial effect by destroying the intradermal and subdermic septa, sects responsible for the appearance of "orange peel".
After a specialized consultation to determine which cellulite areas are suitable for this surgery, disinfect the skin with surgical cleansing products and apply the technique.

The maneuver is lightly bleeding, therefore it is indicated to be practiced under absolute sterility. After treatment, the skin can be bruised and / or slightly swollen for a few days. Cold spotted applications are usually enough to remove any troubles
This very new technique appears to have good results for normoponderal patients on restrained areas, especially for cellulite resistant to other forms of treatment with a strong fibrous component.

Frequently Asked Questions How many subsidence sessions are needed?

Usually, 2-3 treatment sessions are required at a variable interval depending on the condition being treated. In the case of cellulite and definite post-liposuction abnormalities, treatment can be repeated 4-6 months. In the case of depressive scars, it is advisable to have the subsidence with a filling method, such as filling with own fat. For wrinkles the interval between sessions is 2 weeks. It is associated with injection of botulinum toxin at the same level to achieve more durable results over time. In all situations, the exposure to solar radiation of the treated areas for 6 months is forbidden.
How long does a subsidence session take?
The length of a session lasts from 10 to 30 minutes. It depends on the size of the area to be treated. Larger areas may take longer. It is necessary to observe the conditions of absolute sterility. Is Submission a Painful Maneuver?
Treatment of wrinkles and post-acne scars is done with local anesthesia by applying anesthetic effect creams. Other local anesthetic injections are required. In case of wider outbreaks, general anesthesia may also occur.
What are the contraindications to under-control?
The method's contraindications are serious skin diseases, severe blood clotting, diabetes, severe chronic diseases, chronic infections, etc.
Are Subscience Outcomes Complete?

Usually the results are very durable. Sometimes, however, another series of treatments is needed at a varying range of 4 to 10 months. The results are maintained over time and depending on how the skin and underlying tissues are treated. The results also vary greatly from one person to another. In the case of cellulite treatment, if the subsidence is not accompanied by methods of maintenance and prevention of the aggravation of the condition, the results will not be sustainable.
What are the complications of under-control?
The complications of this technique are local infections, excessive bleeding, ecchymoses, hematomas, hyperpigmentation in case of exposure to solar radiation, etc.

Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not achieve the desired results!

Lipolysis is a non-surgical method of reducing fat layers under the skin. All areas of the body can be accessed, from the periorbital area to the abdomen, thighs, hips.

The most remarkable results are obtained in the "gusei" area, the "under the eyes", the waist and the inner knee area.
Multiple lipolysis agents are used in combination with other adjuvants (vasodilators, resorption, hydration, etc.). Frequently used product is called "phosphatidylcholine" (lecithin), which is most often obtained from soybean extract.

Lipolysis is not a weight loss method! This technique is very useful in body remodeling on limited areas, areas that can not be reduced by diet and exercise.
Immediately after injection, the treated area becomes red, swells, increases the local temperature, and a slight sensation of pain occurs; All signs of local inflammation will gradually make their appearance.
These local events last about 3-4 days, after which they gradually decrease and disappear. Also, bruises may appear that will disappear in about a week.
The more local signs of local inflammation are present, the more lipolysis results will be better.
Local inflammation is the external manifestation of the lysis (destruction) of fats in storehouses. If we institute an anti-inflammatory treatment during the immediate injection, it will counteract the lipolysis process and the results will be reduced.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a lipolysis session last?

Usually, no more than 4 to 6 ampoules of phosphatidyl choline are injected, so a session lasts for an average of 30 minutes.
Is Lipolysis Painful?
Very fine needles are used, so minimal strains are well-tolerated even by the most sensitive patients. What Happens Immediately After Lipolysis Treatment?
The injected area becomes red, hot and painful at palpation, these changes lasting from a few hours to a few days, depending on the genetic material of each of us. During this time it is not advisable to administer anti-inflammatory drugs because they can annihilate the effect of the lipolytic agent.
When do the first results of lipolysis appear?
The first results are quantifiable after 5-8 weeks. Treatment can only be repeated after 8 weeks What are the contraindications of lipolysis treatment?
The only contraindication that may occur is serious coagulation disorder or severe skin disease. Hypercholesterolemia or serious cardiovascular or atherosclerotic disease are relative contraindications.
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not achieve the desired results!

Laser therapy addresses the following types of problems:

The small blood vessels on the face and the big blue boats on the legs Excessive erythema, enlarged pores, uneven texture and fine wrinkles Excess hairiness Sun traces and stains caused by age
Skin "dropped" without tonus, face, arms, abdomen, thighs, knees.

Frequently Asked Questions
How does laser therapy work on blood vessels?
Laser technology emits light energy pulses that make blood clotting from broken vessels, which will then be absorbed by your body. Non-invasive laser technology can effectively treat fine wrinkles, enlarged pores, uneven skin texture, diffuse erythema, and sun lesions. You can see slight but consistent improvements after each treatment, with no unwanted side effects such as bruising or excessive skin irritation.

Treatments can be relaxed, comfortable, without the use of local anesthetics or gel.

The diffuse roseata is the general redness of the face. This problem is caused by dilated capillaries, resulting in the general impression of pregnant redness with visible blood vessels. The areas most commonly affected are nose, forehead and cheeks. Diffuse roseata is often associated with rosacea. Laser therapy helps you treat and reduce the number and intensity of flush episodes. Hemangiomas can be successfully treated, often in one session.
What Are Patients For Laser Therapy?

Patients with any type of skin can be treated.
How many sessions are needed?

The number of sessions varies depending on the therapy chosen and the severity of the problems. Most times, one or two sessions are enough. In case of treatment for excessive erythema, increased pores, uneven texture and fine wrinkles results are relatively discreet after one or two sessions, the desired results usually occur in 4-6 sessions. Each patient is different and the doctor can advise you on specific indications. Generally, you do not need gel, anesthetic cream or ice before treatment. Prior to laser treatment, you will need to remove any makeup or moisturizing cream and, in some cases, shave the area to be treated. Your doctor will supervise all these preparations.

Is Laser Painful Therapy?
Most patients feel a slight sting sensation while the pulse is sent through the handpiece. Although local anesthesia or painkillers are not required, some patients opt for a local anesthetic before treatment. After treatment, the pain is almost non-existent
What Happens After Laser Therapy Treatment?
After treatment, it may cause swelling or redness of the skin. When treating larger veins, a darker color of the treated area may persist for several weeks or months after treatment. Patients treated with leg veins may be advised to wear special trousers for a short time.
What are the possible side effects of laser therapy?
Most patients have very few or no side effects. The most common are the slight redness of the skin and local inflammation of the skin. Side effects usually last up to 24 hours. Some patients have bruises and, very rarely, vesicles.
Consult your doctor for complete information on the benefits and risks of this treatment.
Are There Restrictions In Activity After Laser Therapy?
Generally, patients can resume normal activity immediately. However, it is recommended to avoid physical exercise for 24 hours after treatment. It is recommended to use sunscreen creams on the areas of the treated body to be exposed to the sun. In any case, limited sun exposure is recommended.

Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not achieve the desired results!

Mesotherapy is one of the revolutionary methods of treatment, which involves the use of micro-injections in the tegumet.
Newer modern mesotherapy machines use radiofrequency that changes polarity in the skin so that active substances penetrate in depth. With mesotherapy, moisturizers, detoxification, lipolysis, vitamins, minerals, etc. can be introduced into the skin, depending on the pathology of each of us.
More sessions are required at intervals of several days or even a week. Through mesotherapy we can treat the most diverse diseases:

Aging skin
cellulite
Hyperpigmentation of the skin
alopecia
Dehydration, etc.
A treatment session may vary between 30 minutes - 2 hours, depending on the surface you want treatment to.
Sessions are not painful. In case of injectable mesotherapy (syringe or gun), small prickles are perceived even by the most sensitive individuals. In the case of electrodermophoration mesotherapy, the procedure is even refreshing, consisting of a gentle massage with a hand piece.
Among the contraindications are only a few diseases such as skin diseases, severe chronic or hypersensitivity, unbalanced diabetes, autoimmune diseases, pregnancy. In the case of electroporation mesotherapy, add the contraindications: metal implant, pacemaker.

As side effects, local signs of inflammation may occur, but usually last for several hours
There is no risk of disease transmission! This treatment also complies with the most vigorous hygiene rules. This method does not represent any risk because it is practiced under sterile conditions in a medical clinic by qualified personnel.

Visible results begin to appear after 4-8 sessions, depending on the condition being treated.
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