Smooth out your Skin with Wrinkle Surgery in Germany
The way to Smooth Glowing Skin
Different Options for Wrinkle Treatment
Wrinkles can be treated in different ways: surgically and medically, both treatments differ considerably in effort, result, indication, risks and costs.
The indication, i.e. the indication for the treatment, also differs: For a young woman an operation for say a face lift would be pointless and not useful at all, whereas a lady of an advance age a face lift would make more sense.
The techniques and methods for smoothing wrinkles do not compete with each other but complement each other in many respects.
In the following article we will give an overview of the procedures and the differences that are available in practice and clinic and influence the appearance, beauty and aesthetics.
If facial surgery makes sense, we can offer face lifts, neck lifts and forehead lifts, these can be performed as an extensive, complete or “mini” operations.
Medically, we offer Botox injections, hyaluronic acid and autologous fat botox injections all taking place at the Privatklinik am Wittenbergplatz in Berlin – Germany.
What Does Botox do?
Botox suppresses or reduces – depending on the dosage – the activity of muscles. This means that the skin above these muscles no longer shows wrinkles.
This means that the frown lines, forehead wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes can be treated effectively.
In addition, Botox: Botulinum Toxin is used as a medical indication when excessive muscle activity causes diseases such as migraine, spasticity, etc.
hyaluronic Acid – What does Hyaluronic Acid do?
hyaluronic acid is a filling substance that is prepared as a gel and can be used in different ways:
For injection of wrinkles to lift them up, the wrinkles caused by the sinking of the tissue are suitable for this purpose – A classic indication for this is the nasolabial fold.
To compensate for tissue loss: As we get older, part of the tissue, especially the fat, breaks down. Hyaluronic acid underlines and balances the regions, for example at the cheeks and at the transition between the lower eyelid and the cheek.
For lifting scars: This can be used to fill up the resulting depression.
To replace joint lubricants: Synovia: Orthopaedists use it to treat the early forms of arthrosis.
The loss of volume can also be treated and wrinkles can be filled with the patient’s own fat. The fat is removed elsewhere, processed and injected under the skin. Used sensibly, the fat remains permanently in the transferred area and can replace hyaluronic acid.