Treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers
Hyaluronic acid is the basic ingredient of tissue collagen in all living organisms, responsible for the elasticity and firmness of the tissues. The proteoglycans contained in hyaluronic acid can retain water molecules and give volume and moisture to the skin. As time passes, hyaluronic acid degrades therefore we have symptoms of dehydration, loss of volume and skin “cracking” appearing.
By applying it to the area we want to smooth, the gel spreads gradually and the wrinkles are reduced. Specially in the face can be used in the following areas:
- Forehead wrinkles
- Mid eye brow wrinkles after treatment with neurotoxin
- In dark circles under the eyes (tear trough)
- In cheekbones to restore lost volume
- In the nasal areas
- On the lips for volume enhancement
- Neck Wrinkles
More than 6 million women worldwide have experienced the benefits of hyaluronic acid treatments on their face, without any side-effects ever been reported. After treatment is over, you may experience certain skin reactions, such as edema and redness around the area of implementation, effect that subsides 2-3 days after treatment while it can be concealed with make-up. The result of the treatment is visible straight after the session and it is finalized 2 to 3 days later.
Treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers is appropriate for any age. Whether it aims at boosting the volume of the lips or other facial parts that we want to make more attractive, whether it aims to restore lost volume and fill the wrinkles, it is really a treatment with spectacular results.
Dr. Fatsea and ABH Medical Group’s specialists team only use products certified by European and American organizations that guarantee absolute safety.
Results may last from 6 months to 2 years. It depends on the density of the hyaluronic and the area in which it is applied.
Except face, the treatment with hyaluronic acid is applicable to:
- Filling acne scars
- Buttocks augmentation
- Genitals augmentation
- Injections in joints (orthopedics)
- In ophthalmic surgery