Non-surgical RejuvenationTechnology and scientific breakthroughs have given rise to countless techniques that can correct any area of the body. However, until a few years ago, these techniques were only possible by undergoing a surgical procedure. Nowadays, it is possible to perform aesthetic corrections on several different body parts without going to the operating room.
Here are some specialized techniques that have been put into practice and yield excellent results:
Hyaluronic acid is a non-surgical process based on a compound found in the human body. It is an important component of skin tissue and cartilage. We use these properties to insert them in the desired area and fill in wrinkles and scars and increase the volume of the lips and the projection of the chin and cheekbones. This is a simple procedure that can even been done at my office. If the patient prefers, local anesthesia can be used even though the procedure isn't very painful.
Botulinum toxin, or Botox, can prevent nerve signals from causing muscle contractions. Botox can be applied to different areas of the face, like the eyebrows, the space between the eyebrows, expression lines, the chin, and others. We guarantee excellent results because we are certified specialists. Special care must be taken when performing this procedure, as several different facial muscles are in close proximity to one another, and one mistake can cause an unfavorable outcome. This procedure is quick, and it can be done at the doctor's office using a small amount of anesthesia. Sometimes it can even be done without anesthesia altogether.
Facial lipoinjection consists of extracting fat from a one area of the body and moving it to another. This technique does a great job at rejuvenating the face and creating a natural balance. Because it's a natural autologous filling
(it's from the patient's own body), it won't be rejected by the body or cause any allergies. Additionally, the fat that is extracted before being moved to a in the body again goes through a centrifuge process. This is an outpatient procedure, and in most cases, local anesthesia with sedation is used.