Face Rejuvenation

Minimally-invasive face rejuvenation techniques are the latest trends young people search for these days.

Provided the patient hasn’t waited too long to proceed to fix some evidences that affect his/her overall appearance, these approaches for face rejuvenation are the safest, less harmful/traumatic ways in order to have significantly less recovery time, are really the solution we need.

Let’s face it, people look their best when they’re young. Men and women are eager to improve their looks, and this is a never-ending trend that will continue to be on the rise until more advanced technologies in the future offer us better alternatives.

These days, we have successfully created the best pairing with cosmetic surgery and aesthetic medicine, given that both procedures are highly compatible and, in fact, needed for best results.

Delaying aging signs through soft-technique approaches, (ideally) starting at an early age, will be one of the ways to maintain looking our best without the need for major facial surgeries; on the other hand, these entire face rhytidectomy procedures tend to leave evident stigmas caused by the way surgical techniques are performed (unfortunately, this is the way it is). It’s the validation of new ways of modifying, correcting, and enhancing the face where it’s needed.

A vast variety of corrections, combining plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine, have developed easy going procedures that produce changes in a few hours. Yes, absolutely anything you can think of.

Through the combinations of various techniques, people may achieve great, freshening-up looks that match perfectly with makeup, producing the changes required at photo sessions and shoots for model girls, as well as the everyday person who wishes to look young whilst still young (though this may sound like a twisted paradox).


How it works

Collagen and Elastin are important support structures found naturally in our skin, helping to maintain the appropriate tightness, elasticity and suppleness. Over the course of time, our skin gradually loses their natural collagen and elastin, leading to facial laxity and the formation of wrinkles and folds.

Polylactic acid (PLA), polycaprolactone (PCL), polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), are avant-garde bio-compatible substances that trigger the production of fibroblasts which are the connective tissue cells in charge of producing collagen and elastin. They are the preeminent components we use for face lift and inner tissues restoring.


 

  • Immediate lifting effect
  • Progressive regeneration of the body’s own lost collagen and elastin
  • Non-surgical techniques
  • Minimally invasive procedures
  • Minimal recovery time
  • Natural looking effect