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The science of rejuvenation

What is aesthetic medicine?

No longer willing to accept the visible signs of aging, an increasing number of women and men are seeking treatments to help them look as vibrant as they feel.

Thanks to aesthetic medicine, millions of people around the world can now look and feel younger for longer. A fast-growing field, aesthetic medicine is the art of rejuvenating skin and enhancing facial beauty through safe, physician-administered treatments based on breakthrough science.

About fillers and botulinum toxin Type A

Most popular aesthetic treatments are fillers and Botulinum toxins. These are well-tolerated, injectable treatments that help smooth the appearance of wrinkles or restore volume deficits creating a beautiful, more youthful appearance.

Botulinum toxins are purified substances that relax the facial muscles and stop them from contracting to stop lines forming and smooth the skin. The degree of muscle contraction impairment can be varied to soften the lines while maintaining the ability to elevate your eyebrows.

Botulinum toxin Type A is very well tolerated and safe for long term use.

Fillers plump up wrinkles by replacing lost volume in the skin creating a more youthful appearance. There are many types of wrinkle fillers; some of them are based on hyaluronic acid or collagens which are known for their safety and lifting capacity.

Natural and individual results you desire

To create natural-looking, individual results, your physician may recommend different options of injections based on the severity of your wrinkles.

Physicians typically use Botulinum toxins to treat frownlines, wrinkles around the eyes or drooping eyebrows. Fillers are often used to make lips look fuller, and to treat smile and “marionette lines,” which are those lines that extend down the chin from the corners of the mouth.

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