“Doctor, do you do SMAS lifting?” – often ask patients cosmetologists.
“No, this is a surgical area of responsibility,” cosmetologists answered ten years ago. But the development of high technology and the immersion in the world of anatomy at dissection courses have expanded the capabilities of cosmetologists – and now knowledge of the superficial muscular aponeurotic system (PMAS), or superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS) has tightly entered the everyday practical life Continue reading
Blepharoptosis, ptosis, ptosis of the upper eyelid, omitted upper eyelid – these terms are usually used to describe a condition in which the upper eyelid is omitted or displaced, which leads to a narrowing of the palpebral fissure and overlapping part of the eye2. In this case, the omission of the upper eyelid can be both congenital and acquired and can be a sign or symptom of a more serious neurological disease or tumor in the orbit (ptosis that arose in adulthood) .
Normally, the edge of the upper eyelid in an adult is 0.5–2 mm below the upper limb of the cornea and does not cover the pupil
Blepharoptosis can occur at any age due to various factors. It should be remembered that when a patient Continue reading
for more than a century, amino acid sequences are of interest to scientists. Peptide regulation is spoken in a wide variety of variations. Peptides are used in biochemistry and cosmeceuticals, in regenerative medicine and in aesthetic gynecology.
Peptides have gained particular popularity over the past few decades in cosmetology and dermatology. Skin as a neuroendocrine organ is an ideal target for peptide exposure. Continue reading