Wrinkles filling. What do you know about types of wrinkles correction ?

Wrinkles filling. What do you know about types of wrinkles correction ?

WRINKLE CORRECTION

WRINKLE CORRECTION

 

 

Wrinkle correction is performed by non-surgical aesthetic techniques: injecting slowly absorbable substances based on collagen or simple /cross-linked hyaluronic acid

  • Fat tissue injection
  • Botox

CROSS-LINKED HYALURONIC ACID

Cross-linked hyaluronic acid has a larger persistency within the tissues and therefore a longer-lasting effect. The result is due to natural collagen synthesis and dermal matrix constitution that assure a long-lasting effect after being injected. It can be used for correcting facial wrinkles: nose wrinkles, vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows, small face imperfections (filling small flaws). The product is perfectly tolerated by the body and is slowly absorbed having a persistence of 9 to 18 months.
The injection of the product is performed with local anesthetic and the recovery is immediate without a necessary hospitalization.
After the injection a moderate edema appears along with a slight redness that disappear within 24-48 hours. Repeating the injection with hyaluronic acid depends on several factors: tegumentary texture, life style, age, injection area, and the filler quantity that is being injected. The injection results are immediate and work can be resumed after the completion of the procedure.

FAT TISSUE INJECTION

Fat tissue injection is used for treating more accentuated wrinkles (glabellar, nazo-genian folds). It involves fat absorption from another part of the body therefore it a more complicated procedure. The results are long lasting.

BOTULINIC TOXIN INJECTION

Injecting botulinic toxin is used in order to stop frontal wrinkles, round the eyes. The effects last up to 6 months.

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