Diagnosis and Treatments
face and body imperfections
Advanced diagnostics, state-of-the-art but well-proven treatments and attention to compatibility and synergy of therapies made it possible for us not only to meet the needs of our most demanding clients, but also to lead them through the emotional, yet filled with pitfalls, world of Aesthetic Medicine, which aims at diagnosing and treating energy and regulation disorders, one the main cause of most imperfections.
AESTHETIC MEDICINE - THERAPIES
Subcutaneous micro-injections of different mixes of biological (homotoxicological and/or homeopathic) substances. This treatment is ideal for localized fat deposits, cellulite, tissue hypotonia, water retention and microcirculatory disorders. It is also suitable as a pain reliever and a muscle relaxant.
- Subcutaneous or intradermal micro-injections of a multivitamin and polyenzymatic solution, enriched with trace elements, minerals, amino acids and other bio-therapeutic and antioxidant substances. Restores glow, hydration and elasticity to facial tissues.
- Micro-injections on 10 different facial areas of a non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid solution with moisturizing and stimulating action.
Hyaluronic Acid Filler
Suitable for filling all face wrinkles, such as nasolabial folds (commonly known as "smile lines") and "marionette lines" (long vertical lines that laterally circumscribe the chin), as well as lips and cheekbones. The treated areas regain shape, tone and plasticity, with a pleasant lifting effect.
Many facial imperfections (wrinkles and folds) are caused by the excessive contraction of certain mimic muscles. The botulinum toxin is used to selectively block these muscles, thus reducing wrinkles in a safe, controllable and completely reversible way.
Peeling is a skin rejuvenation technique consisting in applying on the skin a substance that causes a controlled exfoliation of its upper layers, resulting in the renewal of the epidermis and dermis.
A technique that uses carbon dioxide for therapeutic purposes to combat microcirculation problems. It consists of localized subcutaneous micro-injections and is used to promote tissue decongestion by improving the arteriovenous circulation of the connective tissues in peripheral areas.
This treatment involves ultrasound emission through a handpiece. Perfect for all cases of adiposity. To make it more effective, medical science resorts to a method called "hydrolipoclasia", whereby physicians, before performing the ultrasound treatment, prepare the tissue with physiological infiltrations containing suitable active substances. The result is a localized decrease in fat cells.
Microplasma skin therapy
A dermatological technique which consists of cellular vaporization through a thermal effect. It is used to correct a series of imperfections (skin spots, moles, condylomas, fibroids, wrinkles, warts) and create a lifting effect on skin areas showing slight signs of sagging. Results show after 2 to 4 sessions.