Facial rejuvenation

Over time, the skin loses its youthful appearance. This natural aging process is often accelerated by:

  • Hereditary factors
  • Sun exposure
  • Smoking cigarettes
  • Chickenpox and acne

Visible results are surface stains - broken capillariesfreckleslentigines) and keratosis (dry spots), scars, fine wrinkles and deep furrows.

Facial skin rejuvenation can be achieved in several different ways.

Anti-aging creams They are applied to the face, neck and hands for the long term. These may contain:

  • Solar filters
  • Fruit acids
  • Vitamin C
  • Current retinoids
  • Growth factors

Fillers (implants) can be injected under the skin to disguise crow's feet lines, whistle lines, and some scars. These include:

  • Collagen
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Fat

Coating refers to surgical or To be procedures that remove the top layer of skin and soften it.

  • Skin puncture
  • Chemical peels
  • Dermabrasion
  • Ablative laser resurfacing
  • Non-ablative rejuvenation: for example, fractional laser treatment, intense pulsed light, and radiothermoplasty

Surgery You need to disguise or eliminate sagging and loose skin.

  • The full face lift includes muscle / face lift for double chins.
  • Neck lift for loose skin and neck muscles.
  • Temporary lift or endoscopic forehead lift for sagging forehead and brow
  • Blepharoplasty to remove wide eyelids.

Botulinum toxin It is used to paralyze the overactive muscles of facial expression, especially in the central forehead and crow's feet.

Facial capillaries can be removed with a vascular laser or intense pulsed light

Brown stains can be removed using pigment laser or intense pulsed light.