The clinic recommends the following preparations:
- Hyaluronic acid,
- Poli-L-lactic acid (Sculptra),
- Calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse)
- Botulinum Toxin
Hyaluronic acid for face oval modeling:
Nowadays, fillers are applied with the most effective technique called SOFT FILLING. During the procedure a physician uses a flexible and blunt-tipped microcannulas. They unite the qualities of traditionally used cannulas and needles- which guarantees optimal and safe injection of hyaluronic acid. This technique permits performing indolently even the most difficult corrections of the face. This brings a very natural look and minimizes the eventuality of bruises during the procedure. Reduced inflammation results in decreased absorption of hyaluronic acid and this makes the effects last longer.
Treatments with the use of fillers are always conducted by a physician once all contraindications are excluded.
At first the skin is anaesthetised with a specific cream, and in some cases it may be necessary to use a dental anaesthesia (e.g. in lip enhancement treatments).
The preparations used for filling wrinkles with hyaluronic acid have the appearance of a crystalline, ductile and elastic gel, which after injection into the skin fills the wrinkle so that the final result is very subtle. The substance is injected with fine needles which reduces the pain greatly.
When the gel is injected in the wrinkle, cheeks or lips the preparation binds the water and increases the volume of the area of treatment, and at the same time smoothes out wrinkles, models contours and cheeks. The whole procedure takes less than 30 minutes. The result is seen immediately.
After the treatment
The treatment does not affect the normal functioning of the patient. However, in some cases (e.g. after lip enhancement) bruises or hematomas may occur round the area of injection. The length of results depends on the product used for the treatment, the client's life style and individual features of the person undergoing the treatment. In most cases the results stay noticeable from 6 to 12 months (from time to time even 18 months).