With its innovations, aesthetic dermatology has established itself as an important part of dermatology. The diverse treatment options include among other things facial skin rejuvenation and facial wrinkle therapy using a variety of methods.
Botulinum toxin A
Botulinum toxin A is a naturally occurring bacterial protein. When injected into a muscle, it specifically blocks nerve impulses there so that the corresponding muscle can no longer contract. Other nerve functions, such as touching or feeling, are not affected. By relaxing the muscles, botulinum toxin A has an effect on so-called expression lines, such as "frown lines", forehead wrinkles and "crow's feet".
Hyaluronic acid ("filler treatment")
Hyaluronic acid is a substance produced naturally in the human body that gives volume to the skin by binding water. Hyaluronic acid products for the skin are biodegradable and are non-animal origin. Injection of hyaluronic acid builds up the skin tissue, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, and makes the contours of the face and lips more visible.
Mesotherapy uses multiple microinjections to selectively introduce various natural substances directly under the surface of the skin to promote metabolism and smooth the skin.
Mesoporation uses a gentle technique without injections to introduce appropriate substances directly under the surface of the skin to promote metabolism and smooth the skin.
Microdermabrasion involves gentle mechanical exfoliation by air pressure using smoothly ground microcrystals to stimulate the formation of new skin cells.