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
“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
Skin aging is the first visually significant sign of involutional changes occurring in the body.
There are two main types of aging: chronological and photoaging (external), although recently such a division is becoming less common. At the same time, much attention is paid to the so-called exposure factors – a complex of different effects on the human body from the moment of birth and throughout life.
Chronological aging (according to Zouboulis C., Makrantonaki E., 2010) is characterized by:
10–50% reduction in the total thickness of the epidermis
atrophy of the prickly layer,
reduction in size and flattening of the cells of the basal layer
decreased mitotic activity of basal keratinocytes
decrease in lipid renewal processes
flattening of the dermoepidermal compound Continue reading