Unlike plastic surgery, cosmetic medicine is practised without any incisions. Aesthetic medicine is generally known as Botox, spot treatments, skin applications, and lasers, which are usually applied in one session.
The Types of Aesthetic Medicine:
The types of aesthetic medicine are varied and regularly develop due to new technologies. As a result, application methods are becoming more diverse every day. However, generally, aesthetic medicine applications are subcutaneous injections.
Facial fillers are an aesthetic treatment that treats the signs of ageing on the face and reduces wrinkles and scars on the skin to achieve more youthful and vibrant skin. First, we inject collagen and other materials needed to treat under the skin. Then, the filler is applied to the facial expressions, forehead, eye area, nose, and neck. However, these results are often temporary.
Botox is one of the best-known aesthetic medicine applications, and it is applied to facial expressions and the neckline. Botox is also distinguished by the fact that the substance is injected directly into the muscles, preventing the flow of nerve movements into them. This reduces the wrinkles that make up the facial expression and gives an aesthetic appearance.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Treatment
This technique involves taking a blood sample from the person and injecting it into the treated area after specific procedures. PRP can be applied to the face and other body parts, such as the scalp, neck, knees, and elbows.
A peeling technique is applied to the skin to treat sagging and blemishes and for pore and skin revitalisation. Many methods can be used, including carbon peels, chemical peels, and light peels. However, the primary purpose of a peel is to cleanse the skin of spots caused by the sun’s harmful UV rays.
Lipolysis is the non-surgical removal of fat from specific body parts and is also known as cold lipolysis. It is often applied to body areas containing fat-rich tissue, such as under the eyes, abdomen, legs, pelvis, arms, and back. The success rate of the application is very high, which is performed by first freezing the fat cells and then disintegrating them. The lipolysis results are permanent and do not cause sagging of the area. In addition, although the treatment results vary from person to person, it usually takes approximately 4 to 6 months to see the final results.
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