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
The ruby laser is the first working model of a quantum generator. It was designed and launched in 1960 by Theodore Maiman at the Hughes Research Laboratory in Malibu, USA. A prerequisite for the creation of the laser was a series of theoretical and experimental studies on the spectral properties of ruby. Although some scientists, for example N.G. Basov, argued that the properties of ruby would not allow its use as an active element of the laser.
Nevertheless, a ruby laser was created and its ability to emit an intense, very narrow beam of red light of the same wavelength was demonstrated.
At the dawn of aesthetic medicine, the ruby laser became a pioneer to solve many cosmetic flaws. But 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