Aesthetic Facial Enhance
For years people have opted for more invasive procedures to achieve dramatic facial changes, but today many non-invasive and simple ambulatory techniques are available to obtain a fresher facial appearance. Now days we have become more focused on our appearance than ever before. Much of this has been brought on by the ability to take very small and subtle steps to simply “enhance” one’s appearance and create a greater feeling of self-confidence.
The Aesthetic Facial Enhance most common procedures includes:
- Anti-Wrinkles (onaBotulinum Toxin A)
- Dermal fillers (Hyaluronic Acid)
- Teeth Whitening (Carbamide peroxide or Hydrogen peroxide)
- DSD (Digital Smile Design) / Smile Makeover
Anti-wrinkles injections are the most popular non invasive cosmetic procedure at the moment. They are widely known as ‘Botox’, short for onaBotulinum Toxin A. Thousands of men and women opt for this treatment to relax the muscles, which reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The treatment is quick, and brings about fast results. Whether you have noticed lines around your eyes, frown or forehead or want prevent them from developing, this tiny injections may be the solution.
OnabotulinumtoxinA works blocking the release of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine thereby inhibiting the contraction of muscles that are directly associated with those nerve endings, resulting in diminishing if not eliminating lines associated with overactive muscles of facial expression.
- Avoid Aspirine, Ibuprofen, vitamins E, St. John’s wort, and other dietary suprements including ginkgo, evening primrose oil, garlic, feverfew and ginseng for 2 weeks.
- If you tend to bruise easily, get an Arnica Cooling gel to be used after the treatment.
- If possible, come to your appointmentntment with a cleanly face.
- Do not massage the treated areas on the day of treatment.
- Avoid lying down for 4 hours immediately after treatment.
- Avoid applying heat to the treated areas on the day of the treatment
- Avoid activities that causes facial flushing on the day of the treatment, hot tub or sauna use, exercising and tanning.
- Gently apply a cool compress or ice pack to the treated area for 10 minutes to reduce the discomfort, swelling, or bruising up. If bruiseng occurs, it typically resolves within 7-10 days.
- After treatment, topical gels and/or oral consumption pf Arnica may help to reduce bruising and swelling.
- Avoid take a flight on the same day.
- Botuline Toxin treatments effects take about 1-2 weeks to fully develop and last approximately 3 - 6 months
They are soft injectable gels used for facial aesthetic treatments. It is injected into the skin to create a softer natural look. They are designed to effectively reduce the appearance of unwanted creases, contour and create volume, create fuller lips (lip augmentation) and to the skin. Dermal fillers are based on hyaluronic acid which is a substance that naturally exists in your body. It is a long lasting but not permanent treatment. Popular areas for treatment include frown, marionette (mouth to chin) or nasolabial (nose to mouth) folds.
When used in a comprehensive program combined with botulinum toxin, and Chemicals peels, an impressive change in many of these characteristics brought on by aging can often be made with very little invested time, risk and recovery.
Most of the more commonly known ‘Injectable’ fillers fall into the temporary to semi-permanent categories. Materials such as human fat, collagen, calcium hydroxylapatite, hyaluronic acid and polylactic acid all have a role in the temporary filler category. However, among them the hyaluronic acid fillers are the most popular. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance in your body and actually is found in nearly every living thing. For that reason it is often a good choice for those searching for a treatment of this kind. It has a very low incidence of reactivity and is extremely well tolerated by most patients. The material presents itself and is delivered to the desired area in the form of a gel by injection. When injected properly within the dermis, it acts as a physical cushion to support the overlying tissues which have lost volume and elasticity due to the aging process. By the nature of its organic chemical structure it will not only add support to the tissues but is thought to promote collagen formation as well as bring moisture to the surface of the skin. Depending on the product and the area being treated, hyaluronic acid based fillers can provide a lasting effect often for up to 12 months.
Whitening is a process where the tooth become "visible whiter" to a lighter shade.. This is done by using a bleach such as a carbamide peroxide or/and hydrogen peroxide either at home in special mouth guards or in the dental chair at the surgery. The active ingredient passes through the dental enamel, breaking down stains by chemical oxidation. The process can take some time so it is important to finish the treatment as directed.
Usually the process involves to wear the whitening trays overnight for two weeks and then a final 40 minute treatment at the surgery. It is a safe procedure when carried out under professional supervision. Treatment results usually depend on the severity of the discolouration. It is not effective on dental restorations such as amalgam fillings, metal or porcelain crowns, etc.