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Global quality-oriented approach

It has been several years now since aesthetic medicine in its view of the face has renounced the simplified concept of a “catalog” of techniques, so dear to the media, in which it is enough to choose the “right technique” and recommend it because of its novelty, presumed efficiency, indications, the medical practitioner’s capabilities, as well as taking into account the costs of the procedure. (It’s enough to look in the « Beauty » sections of magazines)

Thus, thanks to the global approach, the aesthetic medicine has passed the significant quality threshold. Though curiously enough, this fact went unnoticed, uncommented and unexplained by the media. In fact, this breakthrough should be attributed to understanding of mechanisms (physiological and anatomical) responsible for static and dynamic changes associated with facial aging. This approach involves a very thorough analysis of each patient’s face, resulting in customized solutions, appropriate and elegant, the preservation of the natural facial expression being the goal. This approach has also another interesting consequence: the proposed techniques and skincare are no longer purely cosmetic, aimed at correction of defects or beautification, they also have preventive and even decelerating effect on the processes of face aging.

  • Old sectoral approach: to comply strictly with the patient’s wishes and to choose for each problem a technique having the lowest risk and the best combination of cost and effect.
  • – Defects of the skin (wrinkles, blemishes, pigmentation,
    redness …)
    – Volume loss (temples, cheekbones, cheeks, lips, chin …)
    – Sagging (wrinkles, eyebrows, cheeks, jowls, neck …)

  • Following the new global approach, it is necessary to understand first why this particular wrinkle, volume loss, asymmetry, sagging took place in the course of time. It is about real diagnostic, which is made in the static and dynamic mode (a smile, a kiss, cheerful, furious, sad, surprised face expression).