The face is the first thing people pay attention to when they meet or meet. It is not surprising that many are preoccupied with their appearance and are not always happy with it, especially with age. At such moments, people begin to think first of all about a visit to a plastic surgeon or cosmetologist. However, they don’t even imagine that many problems are related to teeth and a professional dentist can help them fix them.
About what cosmetic problems modern dentistry can solve, tell the deputy general director of the Easy Breath Beauty and Health Clinic, a full member of the Israeli Dental Association, doctor of medicine Dmitry Yevnin and the head doctor of the Easy Breath health and beauty clinic, a cosmetologist, Dermatologist, full member of the Association of Aesthetic Medicine Specialists in Russia, member of the World Society of Interdisciplinary Age Medicine Natalia Aleksandrovna Rudyka. Continue reading
The issue of informed choice of equipment is an urgent problem for managers and organizers of the medical business. It is necessary to take into account many aspects, including demand, profitability of procedures, qualifications of doctors, real technical characteristics of devices, especially location and specialization of the institution.
The most optimal in many areas of cosmetology and related fields is the use of a microneedle fractional RF apparatus Scarlet (VIOL, South Korea).
The Scarlet device is considered a generally accepted international standard and occupies a leading position in the ranking of demand among fractional invasive techniques.
The absence of such a highly effective procedure in a cosmetology clinic can cause bewilderment among customers and negatively affect the reputation of the institution.
Therefore, the feasibility of investing in a Scarlet microneedle fractional RF device does not raise questions. Continue reading
Speaking about the CO2 laser, it is necessary to note its generally recognized effectiveness in soft tissue surgery. The beam of this laser with a wavelength of 10 600 nm is the most tropic to water molecules (H2O). Based on the fact that human soft tissues are 60–80% water, absorption of CO2 laser radiation in them occurs most clearly and efficiently, causing the effect of ablation, in other words, the effect of the “laser scalpel”. Soft tissue ablation is a necessary and clinically significant condition for performing various Continue reading