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Mesotherapy is one of the revolutionary methods of treatment that involves the use of micro-injections in the tegumet. More recently, modern mesotherapy uses radiofrequency to change the polarity of the skin so that the active ingredients penetrate deeper into the skin. By means of mesotherapy moisturizing and detoxification agents, lipolysis , vitamins, minerals and so on can be inserted into the skin, depending on the pathology treated.

Several sessions are needed every few days or week. By mesotherapy we can treat:

  • skin aging
  • cellulite
  • skin hyperpigmentation
  • alopecia
  • drying etc. .

A treatment session can last from 30 min. to 2 hours, depending on the treated area.

The sessions are not painful . If mesotherapy injection (by syringe or gun) are used small bites are perceive, easily bearable even for the most sensitive. The electro-mesotherapy procedure is quite refreshing, consisting of a gentle massage with a handpiece.

Among the few contraindications are included conditions such as skin diseases, chronic diseases or serious hypersensitivity, unbalanced diabetes, autoimmune diseases, pregnancy. If mesotherapy is done by radiofrequency other contraindications include: metal shells and peace -makers.

As a side effect, local signs of inflammation can occur but usually not lasting more then several hours.

There is no risk of transmission of diseases! This treatment is provided assuring the most robust rules of hygiene . This method has no risk because it is practiced in sterile conditions in a medical practice by trained personnel.

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

Laser Therapy

Cea mai moderna metoda pentru pastrarea tineretii.

Laser therapy addresses the following types of issues:

  1. small blood vessels on the face and legs blue large vessels
  2. excessive redness , enlarged pores , uneven texture and fine wrinkles
  3. Excess hair growth
  4. traces of sun and age spots caused by
  5. skin " fallen " without tone of the face, arms , abdomen , thighs , knees.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does laser therapy on blood vessels work?

Laser technology emits pulses of light energy which performs clotting of the torn vessels, which are then absorbed by your body. 

Non-invasive laser technology to is effective in treating wrinkles, enlarged pores, uneven skin texture, diffuse redness and sun damage. You can see subtle yet consistent results after each treatment, without unwanted side effects such as bruising or excessive skin irritation.

Treatments can be performed in a relaxed, comfortable manner, without the use of local anesthetics or gel.

Diffuse redness is the general redness of the face. This problem is caused by dilated capillaries, leading to the overall striking redness, with visible blood vessels.

The areas most commonly affected are the nose, the forehead and the cheeks. Diffuse redness is often associated with rosacea. Laser therapy helps to treat and reduce the number and intensity of episodes of "flush".

It can be treated successfully and hemangiomas, most times in a single session.

What type of patients are suitable for laser therapy?

Patients with any type of skin can be treated with laser therapy.

How many laser therapy sessions are needed?

The number of sessions varies depending on the chosen therapy and the severity of the problems.

In most cases, one or two treatments are sufficient. For the treatment of excessive redness, enlarged pores, uneven texture of the skin and fine wrinkles relatively discrete results are seen after one or two sessions, the desired results usually appearing after 4-6 sessions. Every patient is different, and your doctor can advise you on your specific condition.

In general you do not need gel, anesthetic cream or ice prior to the treatment. Before the laser treatment all traces of makeup or moisturizer will have to be removed and, in some cases, the area to be treated must be shaved. Your physician will oversee the preparations.

Is laser therapy a painful treatment?

Most patients experience a stinging sensation as the pulses are sent through the handpiece. Although no local anesthesia is required for pain, some patients opt for a local anesthetic prior to treatment . After treatment, the pain is almost nonexistent.

What happens after the laser therapy treatment?

After the treatment, redness or bruising may occur in the skin. When treating larger veins, darker coloration of the treated area may persist for several weeks or months after the treatment. Patients who have undergone a treatment for the leg veins may be advised to wear a support hose for a short time.

What are the possible side effects of laser therapy?

Most patients have little or no side effects. The most common side effects of laser therapy are slight reddening and local swelling. Side effects usually last up to 24 hours. Some patients may experience bruising and ,rarely, vesicles. Consult your doctor for complete informations on the benefits and risks of this treatment.

Are there any restrictions on my activity after the laser therapy treatment?

In general, patients can resume normal activities immediately. However, it is recommended to avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours after the treatment. We recommend the use of sunscreen on the treated areas that will be exposed to the sun. In any case, we recommend limited exposure to the sun.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!


Creste metabolismul, circulatia sanguina si gradul de oxigenare al zonei injectate.

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

The best results are obtained in the "goiter” are, for treating "puffiness" under the eyes, waists and internal areas of the knee.

Lipolysis agents are used in combination with other helpful substances (vasodilators, resorption, humidifiers etc) . The commonly used product in lipolysis is called "phosphatidylcholine" (lecithin), and is obtained from soy extract.

Lipolysis is not a method of losing weight! This technique is very useful in body reshaping in limited areas, areas that can not be reduced by diet and exercise.

Immediately after the injection, the treated area becomes red, swollen, the local temperature increases and there is a slight feeling of pain, all signs of local inflammation will gradually make their appearance. These local events last about 3-4 days, then gradually reduce and disappear. Also, there may be bruising which will go away in about a week.

The longer the signs of local inflammation last, the better the results of the lipolysis will be.

The local inflammation is the external manifestation of the lysis (destruction of fat deposits) process. If we set up an anti-inflammatory treatment after the injection, it will counteract the lipolysis and we will get poor results.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a session of lipolysis last?

Usually no more than 4-6 ampoules of phosphatidyl choline are injected, thus the lipolysis session lasts about 30 minutes.

Is the lipolysis treatment painful?

Very fine needles are used so the minimal stinging perceived should be well supported even by the most sensitive of patients.

What can I expect after the lipolysis treatment?

Injected area becomes red, warm and painful to the touch, these changes lasting from several hours to several days, depending on the genetic material and each of us. During this time it is not advisable to administer anti-inflammatory agents as they can counteract the lipolytic effect.

When can I see the first results of the lipolysis treatment?

The first results are measurable after an interval of 5 to 8 weeks. The treatment may be repeated only after 8 weeks.

What are the contraindications for lipolysis?

The only contraindication is a serious bleeding disorder or a serious disease of the skin. Hypercholesterolemia or severe cardiovascular or atherosclerotic diseases are relative contraindications.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!


Metoda naturala de a scapa de riduri, fara injectii, fara operatii, fara iritatii.

Subscision is an aesthetic medicine technic that consists in using a fine needle that produces "irritation" at every wrinkle in order to stimulate the collagen. After the treatment the area stimulated is presented as a "scratch" that will heal in 2-4 days by local collagen formation.

It was originally designed to treat fine wrinkles and acne scars and was named BioSkinJetting. Later this method was extended in use. In the Care Zone clinic this technique is used to treat:

  1. wrinkles (see BSJ )
  2. acne scars
  3. depressed scars
  4. cellulite
  5. definitive unevenness post liposuction

For cellulite, subscizia may have beneficial effects by destroying enter and subdermal septa, septa responsible for the appearance of the "orange peel".

After a specialized consultant to determine which cellulite areas can be trated by this procedure, the skin is disinfected with surgical cleaning products and this technique is applied.

During this maneuver there will be some superficial bleeding so it is advisable that it is practiced in conditions of absolute sterility. After the treatment the skin can be bruised and / or slightly swollen for a few days. Local cold applications are typically enough to remove any inconvenience felt.

This is a very new technique, it seems to have good results for normal weight patients on localized areas, especially for cellulite resistant to other forms of treatment with a strong fibrous component.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many subscision treatment sessions are needed?

Usually 2-3 treatment sessions are needed at a variable interval depending on the condition treated. In the case of cellulite and post liposuction definitive bumps it can be repeated every 4-6 months. In the case of depressive scars subscizia can be accompanied with a method of filling, such as  grease filling. For wrinkles the interval between sessions is 2 weeks. It can be associated with injections of botulinum toxin (botox) at the same level to get long lasting results. In all cases it is forbidden the sun exposure of the treated areas for a period of six months.

How long does a subscision session last?

Each session lasts from 10-30 minutes, depending on the size of the treated area. For larger areas it may take longer. It is necesary that the conditions of absolute sterility are satisfied.

Is subscision a painful maneuver?

The treatment of wrinkles and acne scars is done with local anesthesia, by applying creams with an anesthetic effect. For other conditions a local anesthetic injection is needed. In the case of more extensive interventions general anesthesia may be required.

What are the contraindications of subscision?

The contraindications of subscizia are serious skin diseases, severe blood clotting diseases, diabetes, serious chronic diseases, chronic infections etc.

Are the results of subscision definitive?

Usually the results are very durable. But sometimes it takes another series of treatments at a variable interval between 4 and 10 months. The results are maintained over time and depending on how the skin and underlying tissues are cared for. The results also vary greatly from one person to another.

When treating cellulite, if subscizia is not accompanied by methods of disease maintenance and prevention, the results will not be sustainable.

What are the complications of subscision?

Complications of this technique are local infections, excessive bleeding, bruising, hematoma, hyperpigmentations in exposure to sunlight etc.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!

Chemical peeling

Reda aspectul tanar al tenului tau.

This method of treatment can restore the youthful appearance of your skin, removing hyperpigmentation due to prolonged exposure to the sun, wrinkles, rashes or post-acne scars. Your skin will look younger, broader and fresher than before, even if not all the imperfections have been removed. Deeper wrinkles and other irregularities will require the application of other treatments or techniques.

The chemicals used are glycolic acid for wrinkles and superficial irritation and trichloroacetic acid (TCA) for deeper irregularities and discoloration. For a more aggressive treatment is needed medical vacation for a few days to several weeks. There can also be used combinations of acids weak if used by themselves, but powerfull in combination.

These substances can be used in many different concentrations, depending on the depth we want for the peeling. More than one session may be required to achieve the desired result.

The healed skin after such a treatment will be able to produce pigment as before and will not be faded. However, patients are advised to use cosmetics with UV blockers or avoid sun exposure for several months after the treatment.

The same treatment can be used to "mitigate" the appearance of unsightly stretch marks.

Chemical peeling:

  • remove superficial wrinkles
  • removes superficial irritation
  • corrects pigmentation issues
  • can be used on neck or other body areas
  • are sometimes useful pretreatment with Retinoid A or AHA creams
  • is the choice for darker skins
  • depth of peeling can be adjusted
  • several treatments are necessary to achieve and maintain the desired result.

No anesthesia is required for this type of peeling for the substance itself has an anesthetic effect. Mild sedatives may be used before and during the treatment to help the patient relax.

The surgeon will carefully apply the solution on clean skin, peeling in advance. You will feel a sting or burning sensations as the solution is applied. A treatment of the entire face lasts about 15 minutes. Two or more chemical peels must be applied to achieve the desired result. Sunscreen is important. The doctor will indicate special products with UVA and UVB blockers to be used daily.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is chemical peeling?

The chemical peeling is the process which uses chemicals like acetic hydroxy acid, glycolic acid or trichloroacetic acid to remove the surface layers of the skin and rejuvenate damaged and aging skin.

When can a chemical peel be applied?

The treatment can be applied whenever there is a lesion to be removed. It is better to be performed in winter. The minimum age limit is 13-14 years old. No maximum age limit.

What can you learn from an evaluation session for chemical peeling?

Injected area becomes red, warm and painful to the touch, these changes lasting for several hours to several days, depending on the genetic material of each of us. At this time it is not advisable to administer anti-inflammatory agents as they can annihilate the lipolytic effect.

How is the chemical peeling done?

The skin is previously treated with special cleansing products or undergoes microdermabrasion to remove natural fats located in the skin. Then apply successive layers of acid. The response time of the acid is established before the treatment and before its expiry the acid is neutralize and the acid product is removed, or the acid is carefully monitored by your doctor and the doctor will act as needed to neutralize it.

What to expect after a chemical peel?

The sensation that you feel is that of a sunburn or wind burn on the face. If the skin is stretched excessively, exaggerated facial mimicry can cause bleeding cracks. The skin should be left to heal naturally without rushing the "peeling". If you do not meet these guidelines severe scarring may appear.

Is chemical peeling a painful procedure?

You may experience a feeling of warmth and stretch depending on depth peeling. The doctor may place a fan near your face to reduce these feelings.

When will I see the first results after a chemical peel?

You will notice a pink skin that shows up under the peeling. It is forbidden to "help" speed up the healing process by eliminating peelings. Depending on the depth of the peeling, in a few weeks the pink coloration disappears.

What are the risks of chemical peeling?

If you have oral herpes it must be treated with Acyclovir. This product significantly reduces the risk of spreading viral infection. If you have a disease flare during the healing period the virus may spread to the face, resulting in severe and permanent scarring.

Pay attention to scaling!

For deeper peels it takes several weeks for full recovery.

Hyperpigmentation (excessive coloration of the skin) or hypopigmentation (skin discoloration) are possible incidents . They are temporary.
Infection occurs in exceptional cases, pay proper care for erythema and desquamation of the skin.
Scars can occur only if the after peeling care instructions are not followed.

What are the most important contraindications of chemical peeling?

  • In continuous and systematic exposure to the sun peeling is contraindicated.
  • You must immediately notify your doctor if you have a herpes eruption. Acute herpes, warts, history of keloid scars are absolute contraindications.
  • Accutane administration during the past year is also a contraindication to this procedure .
  • Pregnancy, lactation, history of autoimmune disease, radiation or chemotherapy treatments, all of which represent situations where peeling should be avoided.
  • Sunburn or wind chapped skin, recent hair removal by using wax or depilatory creams are also situations in which peeling is contraindicated.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!

Wrinkle Treatment

Scapa de riduri si intinereste cu 10 ani!

Wrinkles represent folds of skin that form due to the action of muscles just below it. Wrinkles are formed both on the face and other areas such as arms, neck , décolleté , inter and inframammary etc, by far the most annoying being the ones localized on the face.

Methods for prevention of wrinkles (too early) have a common denominator keeping skin quality. Genetics plays an important but not defining. Environmental factors and lifestyle are important in wrinkle treatment. 

Skin is the most voluminous organ of the human body. It is understood that any medical condition that affects the body completely, will leave traces in the skin. The essential role of this organ is to protect against aggressive external factors (cold, heat, humidity , toxic substances etc).

The skin is the mirror of the entire body. Healthy skin reflects a general state of health. Prolonged exposure to any of uncontrolled environmental factors mentioned above will lead too skin quality deterioration. 

The following factors are directly involved in accelerating the formation of wrinkles:

  • Prolonged exposure to sunlight causes destruction of collagen in the skin and pronounced wrinkling, feature more common in people with very pale skin.
  • Cold causes decreased circulation in the facial skin, temporary closure of peripheral vessels, decreased production of sebum, slowing the toxins removing and the skin starts to slowly degrade.
  • High temperatures with low humidity cause dehydration of the skin, lower production in the sweat glands and early wrinkling.
  • Air currents affect the skin because they virtually "dry" it. If air currents are associated with low temperatures, the negative effects are potentiated.

Prevention involves removing wrinkles or reducing exposure to the above factors, the application of creams with a high SPF, the use of greasy creams in the cold and warm periods and the use of moisturizing creams. Knowing that in our country the climate is dry, avoid exposure to strong air currents, either in summer or winter.

One way our grandparents know very well regarding weinkle treatment is to apply a hot wet towel. Wet sauna is also very good for maintaining skin's moisture level.

Lifestyle and diet are very important. Sleep quantity and quality, lack of stress of any kind, a diet rich in fluids and fiber, and lacking in animal fats, not smoking, taking over the course of 2 weeks, 2 times a year, antioxidant vitamins (vitamin C , vitamin E), are all ways which will delay the appearance of wrinkles.

Methods of wrinkle treatment

Non-surgical wrinkle treatment

  1. Monthly facial treatment or at least every two months: it represents a series of maneuvers and applications of various cosmetic products suitable for your skin to produce a deep cleansing, moisturizing and nourishing. Determining skin type must be done correctly and the products used must be chosen knowingly, because the application of products that are not suitable for your skin can cause side effects. Here are a few secrets you can use in your home if you don't want to use commercial products or are allergic to them: best masks for dry skin that lacks sebum are based on egg yolk, to which you can add a teaspoon of cheese, a few drops of olive oil or vitamin A+E oil . During winter it is recommended you use a hot milk mask; soak several pieces of cotton wool in milk and apply them on face as a mask.

    In summer the best masks for the same type of skin are based on fruits (apricots, peaches, watermelon, etc) or vegetables (cucumber , tomato , carrot). For acne oily skins use egg whites with lemon juice added. Masks with yeast and honey are recommended for all skin types, especially during the cold season. Aply warm herbal decoction (chamomile, sage, rosemary, lavender, calendula, linden flowers, peppermint) on the face in order to obtain a high moisturizing effect both in summer and winter. All these masks must be preceded by a deep cleansing of the skin by using peeling products (corn or bran), a massage to stimulate circulation at this level and accelerate detoxification and skin hydration by wet sauna in advance.  

  2. Chemical peels involve appling products with acidic properties on the skin, which will cause the removal of the superficial layers of the skin and stimulate the production of "young" skin. Depending on the products used, their concentration and the action time, the peeling can be superficial, medium or deep. After this treatment the skin needs special care for periods up to 2 months.
  3. Microdermabrasion is a mechanical method of removing the superficial layers of the skin. Dermabrasion devices are varied, the effect is mainly the same: deep cleaning.
  4. BioSkinJetting or subscizia is a method for stimulating the collagen production within each wrinkle in part. Immediately after the treatment, the treated wrinkles will be fine red lines that can be easily covered with make-up and disappear within 2-4 days, being replaced by young collagen. Just as with chemical peelings, young tissue needs special care. Sometimes it takes more than one treatment session to obtaina favorable results.
  5. Rejuvenation using Intensive Pulse Light involves application to the skin of radiation with a specific wavelength. Not only does this not cause hyperpigmentation damage to the skin, but it fades the existing ones. As a side effect, it brings an improvement to the overall appearance of the skin's collagen and mitigation of fine wrinkles.
  6. Laser peels therapy. Laser therapy is a method that removes a layer of skin, removing also the intense pigmentation and the wrinkles. The recovery period lasts a few weeks.
  7. Injectable gels can be used to mitigate the appearance of deep wrinkles and nasolabial grooves (between nose and mouth). The volume substances are produced in several densities, the least dense ones being ideal for "filling" up the wrinkles. Gels can have a temporary effect (several months) or a long lasting effect (a few years), the last ones having a risk of local adverse effects (irritation, patchy inflammation).
  8. The botulinum toxin is a product that is injected in the facial muscles and cause relaxation of that muscle for a period between four and six months. The effect is temporary, the muscles gradually reverts to its initial state.

    It is important to choose carefully when tp start this treatment. When the first wrinkles appear that no longer disappear when applying non-medical methods of treatment, then it is appropriate to start this therapy.

    This method is virtually risk-free, the amount of botulinum toxin contained in the serum being extremely low. Allergy to this type of treatment is very rare. Results are installed gradually over several days, and the overall effect of treatment is obtained after a week.

    Each treatment lasts a few minutes. At the injection site remain signs that resemble a mosquito sting. These signs disappear after a few minutes to half an hour. Sometimes there may be a bruise that can be covered easily with make-up and that disappears by itself after 3-4 days.

    Nobody in your entourage will notice the difference, your physiognomy remains the same. What changes though is the overall appearance of the face, meaning it will look more rested and relaxed.

Surgical wrinkle treatment

  1. Autologous transfer is a surgical method of harvesting fat from the patient's own belly, processing it and injecting it in the wrinkles, lips, cheeks etc. It is also called microlipofiling. The surgery can be done under local anesthesia, in both surgical areas, and the desired effects last only after at least three such " fills" have been performed with six months in between them. Half of the amount of fat is reabsorbed in a few months, so every intervention neededs to "overfill", so the initial volume will be higher than desired.
  2. The total or partial face lift of the forehead and eyebrows is a surgical procedures that removes excess skin, the face regaining a tonic and fresh look. Usually this procedure is associated with one of the above non-surgical methods. It represents the most radical method of treatment, with lasting effect, for years or decades. Even after the intervention, methods of care should continue to prevent skin damage.

The new approach to the treatment of wrinkles is the combination of treatments. Simultaneous application of two types of therapies will lead to obtaining superior results than if one single application. Combining these methods can bring spectacular results. Some examples of associations:

  • BioSkinJetting with botulinum toxin: the botulinum serum relaxes facial uscles for a period of several months, long enough for the young collagen obtained by BioSkinJetting to mature. After this combination, most often there is no need for a new treatment with toxin serum or BioSkinJetting for period of time.
  • Chemical peeling and botulinum toxin, combination used in treating deep wrinkles in older age. By relaxing the muscl a significant percentage of wrinkles is attenuated, the rest responding to chemical peels therapy.
  • The combination of gels and botulinum toxin injection is used very frequently. Botulinum toxin therapy is applicable only for the wrinkles in the upper half of the face and the wrinkles in the lower half are treated by injecting gels. The triad of botulinum toxin, gel injections and peeling (or IPL or laser therapy) is sovereign in aesthetic medicine today, the efficiency is high compared with the degree of invasiveness of the method and thus the preferred surgical method.
  • The pairing of any surgical techniques with one or more non-surgical methods is the latest trend in aesthetic medicine. Cosmetic surgery has its well established role in the treatment of facial wrinkles and skin ptosis. The results are superior when indications of the surgical methods are strictly obeyed.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the botulinum toxin (botox)?

Botulinum toxin is a natural substance produced by a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. In treating wrinkles it is used the type A botulinum toxin.

Why is the botulinum toxin (botox) used in wrinkles treatment?

It is often used to treat blepharospasm and strabismus. In aesthetic medicine injections with botulinum toxin diminishe facial wrinkles caused by facial expressions such as smiling, frowning or surprise by relaxing facial muscles.

When is the right time to start the wrinkle treatment with botulinum toxin (botox)?

As soon as the first wrinkles appear. In our opinion it is useless to try preventing wrinkles by using this method.

Who performs the wrinkle treatment with botulinum toxin (botox)?

Only educated medical staff, doctors, specialists in plastic surgery or dermatology. The treatment is done in medical and not in cosmetic clinics.

Is the wrinkle treatment painful?

You may feel mild stinging caused by using the injection needle. Also you may experience mild headache in the first few days after the injection and mild pain or burning sensations during the injection.

What happens after the botulinum toxin (botox) injection?

After this treatment you will see the first effects in a few hours to three days. Your specialist will give you some guidelines in terms of the first 4 hours post-injection care. The maximum benefit occurs in 1-2 weeks. The result last for about 3 to 6 months after the first injection. It consists in smoothing the wrinkles and improving skin appearance around the injected areas. When the treatment effect begins to disappear, you will notice a gradual return of muscle contraction, at which point you should undergo a new treatment.

What are the risks and side effects of wrinkle treatment with botulinum toxin (botox)?

Due to the unique mechanism of action of the botulinum toxin, it improves its efficiency with each use. Regarding the long-term effects, the botulinum toxin can be used indefinitely. If you are pregnant or follow a long-term medication you should postpone this type of therapy.

The effect of botulinum toxin may be increased by administration of aminoglycosides class antibiotics that interfere with the neuromuscular plate.

Botulinum toxin can cause:

  • transient headache;
  • hematoma - a blood clot located at different levels occurs due to the rupture of a blood capillary and it disappears spontaneously in a few days;
  • ectropion - inert eyelid sagging abnormally;
  • diplopia - perception of two images of a single object, also called double vision;
  • bruising;
  • ptosis.

Your doctor must be informed of any medication you take. You need to inform your doctor if you have cardiac arrhythmia, bronchospasm, disorder of the anal sphincter or any other muscle contraction disorder for which you were prescribed neostigmine.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!

Lip Augmentation

Singura metoda care creste volumul buzelor si le contureaza.

Our lips change shape and volume with age. Science offers solutions in this sense, so fashionable today are shiny and voluminous lips, a sign of youth and health.

Lip augmentation, known also as cheiloplastia augmentation, is a procedure for increasing the volume of the lips, that can be surgical or not. There are ALSO other procedures for the molding and shaping of the lips and also for lip lifting.

This process uses a very wide variety of products, permanent or temporary injections, lip implants or even use of own fat. For lip augmentation there can be usede synthetic or biological products or own tissues collected and returned surgically.

The ideal injectable product must be soft, pliable and permanent and does not cause any complications. At the moment there is no such product. Doctors everywhere obtain remarkable results by using products currently on the market. The latest research allows us to have more confidence in injectable products with temporary effects. In this case there are no significant adverse effects, and the latest products launched have a high purity.

The reduction of the effect in time, leading to its dissapearance, is a good thing after all if we consider that fashion is evolving very quickly. Important variations in weight change the facial proportions. In the case of a permanent implant this unsightly effect can not be easily corrected.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an injectable product?

The producing companies offer their users volume substitutes encapsulated in special disposable syringes. The gel is a synthetic or biological product, based on collagen, hyaluronic acid, etc. (Collagen, Restylane, Perlane, Hylaform, Juvederm, Teosyal, etc)

Who are the beneficiaries of lip augmentation?

People with small lips, lacking volume, asymmetric needing reconstruction, with differences in color, with deep wrinkles due to advanced age, smoking etc.

Is lip augmentation a painful procedure?

Pain depends on the technique and product. Implants can not be inserted without local or regional anesthesia. Injectable products do not usually require a surgical team, an operating room or general anesthesia. A mild sedative may also be administered orally.

What are the risks and complications of lip augmentation?

There are not too many if we compare this technique with other methods of treatment. However, there are enough to consider them and try to avoid this course of treatment. These depend on the type of product used. In the case of definitive implants infection and irritation may occur if the edges are unrounded too large for the implant cavity. In this case they are removed.

Adverse effects may occur due to the implant or excess production of scar tissue, following an infection or occurrence of rejection reactions in the body. Discoloration may occur due to bruising or hematoma. Temporary or semi-temporary injectable products have no side effects.

What are the contraindications of lip augmentation?

People with the following record are not candidates for this method:

  • accutane used six months before or after;
  • this medicine may increase the chance of keloid;
  • collagen disorders, disorders of wound healing, disorders of the connective tissue;
  • lupus erythematosus systemic;
  • acute diseases;
  • diabetes ;
  • blood clotting problems ;
  • Excessive oral plaque, tooth abscess, oral herpes.

Although these treatments are very effective, 1% of the patients do not achieve the desired results!