The key to success in contouring the middle third of the face is markup. The author considers the choice of correction zones, danger zones and access points with cannula technique.
The term ptosis in the field of aesthetic cosmetology is very common. But where exactly does ptosis begin – the root cause of all gravitational folds. This is a U-shaped deformation in the middle third of the face, formed by the nasolacrimal, palpebromolar and mid-cheek grooves, which is located in the middle third of the face. Problems such as dark circles and bags under the eyes, uneven cheeks, drooping cheekbones and lateral sections of the eyebrows are located in the middle third of the face, and they are involved in the formation of nasolabial folds, wrinkles, “puppets” and a violation of the clear contour of the face. 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
More recently, cosmetologists could offer only short-term treatment to patients with increased sweating in the armpits. The application of the new hardware technique has opened up new possibilities: now, to eliminate the problem, one procedure is forever enough.
Axillary hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating in the axillary region. According to studies (Glaser et al. 2012), this condition is observed in 33% of the population. At the same time, the majority of patients with particular discomfort are not sweating in itself, but the unpleasant odor accompanying it.
There are two types of sweat glands: eccrine and apocrine.
Eccrine glands produce a transparent, odorless sweat designed for thermoregulation. Apocrine glands secrete a secretion of milk consistency, which when decomposed by bacteria creates a special body odor. Continue reading