Facial fillers are used to treat wrinkles and folds, add volume and contour, or reduce the appearance of scars. They can be performed in our cosmetic clinics. The most common type is hyaluronic acid (HA), which comes from rooster combs or bacterial fermentation. You've probably heard HA referred to as "Restylane," "Juvederm," or even just "filler." Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring substance in your body that helps the skin retain moisture and gives it volume. When used as a filler, HA can smooth out lines and wrinkles, increase skin volume and improve elasticity. The results are subtle but long-lasting.
Which fillers do we do in our clinics?
- Lip Filler
- Chin Filler
- Nose Filler
- Jawline Filler
- Cheekbone Filler
- Nasolabial Filler
- Unter-Eye Filler
Is filler permanent?
It's important to understand that there is no filler that can be considered "permanent." The primary reason for this is that fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, which is a substance your body naturally produces. Your body will process the injected filler and absorb it over time.
The amount of time it takes for your body to process the hyaluronic acid depends on where you got it injected, as well as how much was used and how long ago you had it done. In general, though, most patients see some results within six months or less—and sometimes even right away!
What is Botox?
Botox is a neurotoxin that's produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It's used to treat medical conditions like Parkinson's disease, migraines and severe muscle spasms. Botox injections are also commonly used for cosmetic purposes (though this is considered off-label use). The term "botulinum toxin" can refer to any of seven different types of toxins produced by C. Botulinum or similar bacteria. These include:
What areas can Botox be used?
Botox is used for the treatment of:
- wrinkles, especially on the forehead and around the eyes
- muscle spasms caused by neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy or dystonia
- sweating underarms (injection)
- excessive sweating palms (injection)
- Botox injections are also used in cosmetic surgery to reduce facial wrinkles.
Types of Botox
Botox Cosmetic is used to treat frown lines (glabellar lines) between the eyebrows, crow’s feet around the eyes and wrinkles caused by aging in parts of the face.
Botox for Migraines
Injecting Botox into muscles that are causing your headaches may help relieve migraine pain. It temporarily blocks signals from your nerves and helps stop muscle contractions that cause pain, nausea and sensitivity to light or sound. The effects can last up to 4 months if done correctly by a trained professional such as a neurologist or plastic surgeon who performs cosmetic procedures with Botox injections on a regular basis so make sure you see someone like this before having it done yourself at home because it can make it worse if not done correctly!
Botox for Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
Sweating botox should only be performed by someone who specializes in this treatment method. You can contact with us for a free consultation!
Thread lift is a simple, non-surgical treatment to lift the skin on your face. Threads are inserted under your skin and attached to an anchor on the surface of the skin. The threads lift the skin vertically, resulting in a smooth and tight appearance after several months. After that time, they fall out naturally as part of your body's natural process. During this procedure, the Doctor will make very tiny incisions underneath each eyebrow and insert individual sutures into each crease of the eyes. This lifts the brows and lessens or eliminates those pesky forehead creases for good!
After about four weeks, patients can see results from this treatment as well as feel them when looking in a mirror: firmer eyelids will help reduce puffy eyes; smoother cheeks will diminish wrinkles around lips; smoother jaw lines may lessen double chins (also known as "turkey necks"). In addition—and arguably most important—your eyes won't look so tired anymore!
The Endolift is a minimally invasive, non-surgical facelift procedure. The procedure uses radiofrequency to tighten the skin on the face, neck and chest. It can be done in the office and takes less than an hour to complete.
During your first appointment, Doctor will cleanse your skin and mark where he will place the needle for collagen injections, as well as which areas of your body need tightening with radiofrequency energy. The needles are inserted at these marked points, then heat is applied through them for about 15 minutes in each area. This process causes collagen fibers inside the skin to contract—tightening it from within—while also encouraging new collagen production to fill in wrinkles or folds that may have formed over time due to sun damage or gravity pulling down on tissue structure beneath the surface layer of skin (the epidermis).
How does it work?
Platelet-rich concentrate (PRP) is a revolutionary approach to medical cosmetic procedures. PRP uses a patient's own blood to treat skin discoloration and scarring, hair loss, and other aesthetic concerns.
The first step in a PRP treatment is the collection of your blood at our practice or any laboratory that has been approved by your doctor. The blood is then centrifuged in order to isolate platelets from the rest of your cells—the platelets are what make PRP so effective at healing wounds quickly and promoting new cell growth.
After we have isolated the platelets, they are injected into areas on the body where they can stimulate collagen production; this causes both swelling (for improved texture) and inflammation (to reduce scar tissue). Finally, we apply topical creams containing growth factors to promote new cell development in addition to applying pressure for several hours after injection during which time any excess fluid drains away naturally without causing bruising or redness around injection sites like traditional dermal fillers do!
Who is a good candidate for PRP therapy?
- People with fine wrinkles and skin laxity, who want to improve their appearance.
- People with acne scarring, who want to reduce the appearance of scars and redness.
- People with hair loss, who are looking to add volume back into their hairline.
Who should not have PRP therapy?
PRP treatments are not recommended for anyone with active infections or chronic skin conditions such as acne or rosacea (unless cleared by your dermatologist). If you have any questions regarding your eligibility for treatment, we recommend that you speak with one of our trained specialists at [our location].
Other Non-Surgical Treatments
A dimple is created by inserting a needle into the dermis, or second layer of skin. This causes a small indentation on the surface of your cheek so that when you smile, it shows a slight dimple. The needle used for this procedure is very fine and painless. As soon as it's inserted into your skin, any discomfort you may feel can be easily masked with a topical anesthetic cream.
There is no recovery time with this procedure and no downtime at all—you can immediately resume normal activities such as dancing!
Innea Aqua Biolifting
Innea Aqua Biolifting is an exfoliating and firming treatment that firms, lifts and hydrates skin. It helps to combat the effects of aging on the skin, leaving it with a firmer texture and a more youthful appearance.
Facial Rejuvenation with fat graft
Fat transfer is a safe and effective procedure that can be used to fill in wrinkles, restore volume and shape to the face, augment lips and cheeks, or fill in scars.
The procedure involves harvesting fat from one part of the body (the thighs or abdomen) and transferring it to another part of the body that needs more fullness (the face). The surrounding tissues will accept this new fat as if it were their own, thus creating natural-looking results with minimal downtime.
Nano rejuvenation is an exciting new technology that can help you to achieve smoother, more youthful skin. Nano rejuvenation uses light waves to penetrate and treat the skin, which stimulates collagen production. It helps to give your skin a plumper, younger look by increasing its elasticity and hydration. This technology can be applied to the full face, or just parts of it. The treatment takes about 30 minutes per session; however, some people may need more than one session in order for their desired results. You can continue having sessions if desired because this process is non-invasive and safe for use on all types of skin types!
Aquashine Rejuvenation, a treatment for dry, damaged and wrinkled skin, is based on the application of water mixed with minerals that stimulate cellular activity and promote the production of collagen. This procedure can be performed on the face, body or hands. Aquashine BR is an effective non-invasive treatment for rejuvenating aging skin.
Smartlipo uses ultrasound energy to heat up fat cells in order to cause cell death and break down their contents.
Hydrafacial is a type of facial skin treatment that uses a device to cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate your skin. Hydrafacial is great no matter your skin type or what you're looking to resolve. The process can be customized based on your skin concerns and preferences.
Hydrafacial works well for most people, with benefits including:
- Smooth, radiant-looking complexion
- Reduced fine lines and wrinkles
- Lessened pore size
Dermapen is a minimally invasive procedure that uses needles to create tiny punctures in the skin. The micro-needling process can be used to treat wrinkles, acne scars, stretch marks and hair loss on the scalp. It's also used as part of other laser treatments such as photofacial and CO2 resurfacing lasers for smoother skin.