One of the first and more important points of facial ageing is the loss of bone structure which starts as early as at the age of 25. Our team believes that volume and structure restoration are fundamental pillars of a 3-dimensional approach for facial rejuvenation. The bone structure and the facial fat compartments are responsible for shape, projection and proportion of a young and beautiful looking face.
These layers are directly related to facial vectoring and play an important role in supporting the soft tissues against gravity. With age we lose projection of these bone and fat structures which affects not only the youthful appearance but also alters the facial proportions. The maxilla starts to become less projected which reflects in the eversion of the lip, the cheeks starts to lose projection which can reflect of deepening of the lower eyelid/ cheek junction resulting in a more tired look and many other changes occur in the same direction, leading finally to an aged look. Our goal is not only to rejuvenate but also to slow down the anatomic aging process by enhancing soft tissues support. Our approach is therefore to use this powerful tool to prevent or restore a fresher and younger look to the face and neck.
We prefer to use only absorbable and biocompatible products due to the high rate of possible complications of all other non-absorbable and less biocompatible types of fillers. Normally injectable fillers have no downtime and very low rate of complications, if the patient is well selected and follows the aftercare recommendations. The results last up to 2 years depending on the area treated, product brand and type. Filler treatments can be performed alone or combined with other procedures like: botulinum toxin, microfocused ultrasound / Ulthera, IPL / laser, superficial peelings or even facelift surgery as a maintenance or as a preparative treatment.
There is no need for skin preparation before the treatment day. Our team recommends as aftercare to not exercise during the same day to diminish the risk of bruising in the areas injected.