How are cheekbone hyaluronic acid injections used for cheekbone and jawline contouring ?
Combination therapies :
Mesoglow is a premium skin treatment without surgery for the aesthetics of the facial epidermis, the multipuncture injection technique. Mesobotox is used on the forehead when you want to avoid depressing your eyes. The mesopen is used around the eyes and lips. The mesoroller or microneedling is used on large areas such as the neck.
What are young people's requirements for medical aesthetic beauty ?
Aesthetic medicine for the 20-30 year old generation. Young people want to achieve significant results quickly and within budget.
The results must be visible, for example, especially for lip augmentation. The jawline and the angle of the chin must stand out.
For the skin, radiofrequency can improve acne scars and promote the production of new collagen.
Darko Youtuber's hyaluronic acid injections in recent months !
Video credit : Darko and his friends
Anti-aging medicine treatments provide targeted, non-invasive responses. Medical aesthetic facial rejuvenation is a solution designed to reduce wrinkles around the eyes and mouth or restore volume to the cheeks and fullness to the lips and reshape the oval contour of the face.
If there is a trend in the beauty industry, it is anti-ageing medicine! They also use non-surgical techniques. What is needed most is an injection.
The main treatment in anti-ageing medicine !
What are the anti-ageing solutions ?
Anti-aging medicine can be used to treat wrinkles, scars (acne, etc.), age spots and unsightly blood vessels and can also be used to rejuvenate the face, eyes, neck, décolletage, hands, etc.
For men with better wrinkles, resorbable hyaluronic acid gel injection can shape their features: for example, it can eliminate visible nasolabial wrinkles, enhance the appearance of the eyes, increase the volume of the face or fill in slightly sunken cheeks…
The new Profhilo® hyaluronic acid treats loose skin, especially on the neck
The success of anti-ageing medicine is due to their ease of use, speed, effectiveness and the immediate results they provide, especially with the use of new techniques to plump and relax the muscles with Botox®. Not as scary as going to the operating theatre, and the post-injection effect is mild.
Botulinum toxin injections, hyaluronic acid injections, autologous fat injections (own fat) and laser hair removal.
Video credit : Journal de 20H de France 2 Doctor Dr. Sylvie POIGNONEC – Video credit : France Télévisions
Lipo-filling or lipostructure: Filling of fat or adipose structure: reinjection by filling of autologous fat or fat structure to fill the subcutaneous recessed area taken from the patient.
Injection technique: This involves a series of small injections into the muscles of the targeted area. By blocking muscle contractions, Botox® prevents the formation of wrinkles. The injection is painless and takes about ten minutes. The results are visible between four and fifteen days and last for six months.
Pulsed light technology
For spots caused by sun exposure or ageing, rosacea, pregnancy spots, permanent hair removal, Intense Pulsed Light (also called flash lamp) can be applied to the whole body, especially the face, hands and décolletage. Pulsed light is gradually replacing lasers because the risk of burning is very high.
Intense pulsed light also has positive side effects: it regenerates the skin, closes enlarged pores and adds radiance. However, avoid using it on hyperpigmented or dark skin.
Why should laser hair removal be performed by a doctor ?
The use of lasers in France must be carried out by a doctor and trained in these procedures, as it is not without risks (risk of burns). Moreover, only a doctor can detect hormonal changes (hair growth).
Botulinum toxin is best known as Botox®
Botox® smoothes fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and reduces dark circles.
Botulinum toxin, better known as Botox®, remains the treatment of choice for facial wrinkles. It weakens the muscles and eliminates wrinkles by opening the eyes.
Information, medical advice and safety :
Whatever the patient’s request, the aesthetic doctor will listen carefully, carry out a complete and personalised clinical examination and then recommend the most appropriate treatment for the patient’s situation. The doctor should explain the potential risks involved, the side effects and possible complications.
It is strongly recommended to stop smoking. If the liquid of the electronic cigarette contains the vasoconstrictor nicotine, you should avoid using electronic cigarettes even if there is no tar.
Advice and contraindications after treatment :
- Rest, lie down or sit for 3 hours after the injection as directed by your doctor.
- Do not massage your face on the areas treated, especially the forehead, with Botox®. The surgeon will massage the face in a circular motion over the area where the hyaluronic acid was injected.
- Do not do any peeling.
- Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs.
- Avoid exposure to heat, sun, ultraviolet (UV) light and saunas for several days.
Side effects and complications of Botox®
Complications are very rare, the following are known possible complications :
May have rare side effects (adverse reactions)
Side effects are temporary. They may include :
- Redness : localized redness in the injection area is sometimes reported and rarely lasts more than 3-6 days.
- Bruising : Bruising at the injection site is actually rare and may last for several days.
- Edema : swelling, most often around the eyes, which may develop gradually over 4-5 days and then gradually decrease over days or weeks.
- Sensory disturbances : depending on the area of injection, tension or immobilisation of the forehead, mouth or neck, and changes in sensitivity usually associated with the sensation of cardboard, may last for several days.
- Short-term ocular or facial pain : This pain is described very specifically at the injection site.
What are the common general complications ?
They are very special.
- Allergic reactions: skin rash, hives, general allergic reactions.
- Nausea, dizziness.
- Fatigue, fever, flu syndrome.
- Dry skin or mouth.
In addition to these known risks, there are the time and unpredictable aspects, and finally the unusual, even unknown, risks inherent in any medical practice. In general, we should not overestimate the risks, but should be aware that even seemingly simple medical procedures always carry significant risks. Going to a qualified practitioner ensures that the person has the training and skills to understand how to avoid these complications or deal with them effectively if necessary.
In any case, if you are concerned about the consequences, please do not hesitate to contact us.