- Skin rejuvenation
- Profhilo Hyaluronic Acid Mesotherapy
- Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment
- Sclerotherapy for capillaries
- Dark under-eye rings
- Candela laser treatment for melasma
- Wrinkle removal with fillers
- Hemangioma removal
- Freckle and blemish removal
- Face pigmentation removal
- Dilated capillaries removal
- Stretch mark removal
- Lip augmentation and correction
About aesthetic dermatology
Aesthetic dermatology is a field of medicine that deals with improving the appearance of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
The appearance of the skin can be affected by various conditions, such as acne, rosacea, infections or autoimmune diseases.
Traces can be in the form of scars or various hyperpigmentations
Years of sun exposure or a drop in hormones that occur during menopause lead to a significant loss of collagen and elastin, thus thinning the skin.
Properly selected treatments can significantly restore the previous intact appearance of the skin. The experience and education of the doctor who performs the procedure will ensure that no complications occur.
Each type of scar requires a different approach and sometimes completely different treatment methods.
There are several types of scars:
* Keloid scars
* Atrophic scars
* Hypertrophic scars
* Ice pick scars
* Boxcar scars
* Rolling scars
* Red scars
The most commonly used procedures for treating scars are:
1. chemical peels
2. ablative fractional CO2 laser or Erbium laser
4. filling with hyaluronic acid
5. depot corticosteroid injections or cytostatic injections
7. PRP or mesotherapy.
All above mentioned methods can also be used for skin rejuvenation.
One of the most popular treatments is the treatment with fillers, medical devices that restore volume to the skin, and freshness to the face or other parts of the body.
Fillers can be used to fill wrinkles, imitate bones, tighten ligaments and give volume.
The fillers approved by the World Health Organization are are compatible with our tissue and may consist of hyaluronic acid or various biostimulants.
Lifting devices use different technologies of radiofrequency or ultrasound.
Performing treatments for scars caused by surgical interventions or for any other skin damages is advised as early as possible, even after the first month of onset. A similar rule exists for early signs of aging.
Timely treatment of the skin affected by sun exposure or influence of hormones reduces the number of necessary treatments, as well as the type of treatments, and very often makes possible to avoid interventions such as facelift.