The most common problem addressed to our center is the area around the eyes: a fine mesh of wrinkles, swelling, decreased skin turgor, crow’s feet. Unfortunately, this area is the most difficult for cosmetic correction. This article presents the structural features of the area around the eyes, as well as the most effective and safe procedures used in this area.
Features of the structure of the periorbital region
The skin of the periorbital region does not have subcutaneous fat, is intensively supplied with blood, which leads to an increased metabolism of the area and intensification of all processes, including wilting. Therefore, wrinkles appear very quickly around the eyes, even with a slight loss of turgor and elasticity. Continue reading
Every woman at a certain age is faced with the problem of how to tighten the oval of the face. Some time ago, these problems were solved exclusively with the help of plastic surgery. But now, fortunately for the female half of the population, more loyal, non-surgical methods of facelift come to the rescue.
Why does ptosis or omission of the oval of the face occur?
During gravitational ptosis, the middle and lower third of the face falls, the contour of the mandibular line is violated (due to ptosis of the cheeks), the nasolabial furrow deepens with overhanging skin above it, the nasolacrimal groove deepens and shifts downward, the corners of the lips lower.
In the upper and middle parts of the face, subcutaneous fat (zygomatic region) atrophies and is deposited in the submental area. The activity of adipocytes decreases, for this reason, the ability to accumulate fat decreases. There is a prolapse of the fatty lump of the cheek and it looks like an excess volume of the lower third of the face. Continue reading
The profession of a cosmetologist was singled out as a separate specialty in 2011. Until that time, there were continuing education courses for dermatovenerologists in the specialty “Medical cosmetology”. Unfortunately, in view of the youth of this area and the confusion in concepts, in our sphere, unfortunately, there are many non-professionals, false cosmetologists who have no medical education at all.
Unfortunately, in my practice, lately, I very often encounter unfortunate patients who fell into the hands of such “figures”. And since correcting their “amazing” work is often much more difficult than working with the original patient’s problem, in this article I will try to give detailed explanations in order to protect patients Continue reading