Time for acid – a treatment with fillers
Treatments with fillers rely on non-invasive correction of wrinkles, and the modelling of the contours of the face, and they can also increase the volume of lips. Hyaluronic acid used as a filler is a synthetic equivalent of a substance occurring in the body, and its function is to bind water, which allows you to maintain proper hydration, and hence, the tension and elasticity of the skin. Natural acid molecules degrade with age, but it is possible to replace them by cosmetic substances that allow the body to maintain the effect for up to 12 months.
Botox – not only for the wrinkles
Although Botox is associated exclusively with smoothing wrinkles, it is also used for the important treatment of strabismus, migraines, excessive sweating, problems with urination, and excessive or involuntary masseter muscle activity causing the gnashing of teeth during sleep. Botox is a colloquial term for botulinum toxin or botulin. In medicine, the type A is used, and it works mainly by blocking nerve impulses, resulting in a temporary paralysis of the muscles. It is also used in the treatment of neurological disorders.
This treatment is available at our clinic and is based on a cyclical, intradermal, or subcutaneous administration of a pharmacological agent in certain doses. It is used on the skin area covered by the aesthetic problem. The application of the active agent improves cell metabolism, stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, improves microcirculation, and improves the nutrition and hydration of the skin, making it possible to improve the skin’s appearance without surgical intervention. The treatment is used for smoothing out wrinkles, cellulite treatment, stretch marks, or the prevention of hair loss.