Contouring is a common technique, is it combined with photo-rejuvenation, fractional rejuvenation?
Non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures are gaining popularity in cosmetology practice. Fillers and / or fractional laser rejuvenation and photo rejuvenation BBL are the option of choice for most patients who want to improve the contour of the face and rejuvenate the skin without surgery. More than half of the patients who received filers repeat these procedures within a year. The market for such procedures is dynamically growing.
Soft tissue fillers such as hyaluronic acid (HA), calcium hydroxyapatite, and poly-L-lactic acid are used to correct facial volume and fill in wrinkles by direct injection into areas with a volume deficit and into “furrows”. Continue reading
A scar is an imprint that remains after wounds heal. Which laser to choose?
In the past, treatment was only aimed at treating rough scars, such as hypertrophic and post-burn scars. However, scars from small wounds can also be a cause of stress for patients. When a tyrectomy is performed, a postoperative scar remains on the front of the neck in women who make up the majority of patients, which can be considered a cosmetic defect. Active prevention gives better cosmetic results and requires fewer procedures and, consequently, less expenses than scar excision surgery.
There are many treatment options available in the literature, but there is still no General consensus on the optimal treatment for scars. Continue reading