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
After a hot summer, our skin needs more “moisture” than ever”
Dehydrated skin, a network of small wrinkles, hyperpigmentation-all these problems are aggravated after exposure to the sun, and for this you do not even have to aim at sunbathing at sea resorts, it is enough to spend the summer in the city , in everyday cares, and get the same result.
One of the first-choice procedures is biorevitalization, which copes with the consequences of exposure to excessive insolation.
Biorevitalization – microinjections of preparations based on unstabilized hyaluronic acid, in order to restore the skin’s hydrobalance. Continue reading
So, photo rejuvenation, what is it and why is it so much talked about?!
The quickest and shortest answer: photo-rejuvenation is a procedure that is performed to correct signs of photo-aging. Consider what is meant by this definition.
How does our skin age?
In aesthetic medicine, there are two well known as photo-aging and Chrono aging.
Chrono-aging is a genetically determined process that results in gradual changes in the body’s functions and the condition of the skin and its appendages. Continue reading