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Aesthetic, filler treatments

The aesthetic, injection treatments are performed by a plastic surgeon.

Types of treatments

Volumizing, deep hydrating treatments

As we age, the collagen network that keeps the skin taut and fills it, and the underlying fat cushions steadily shrink in volume. By injecting volumizing fillers deep into the skin, we eliminate these irregularities, and wrinkles will be smoothed. The results are extremely long-lasting due to an increase in secondary, reactive collagen production, and the skin’s texture is improved in the long term.

Areas of application of volumizing treatments:

  • around the tear ducts (under-eye circles, sunken eyes)
  • cheekbone (zygomatic bone) elevation
  • correction of volume deficiency of the midface and temporal region
  • shaping of the jaw
  • chin augmentation
  • shaping of the nose

Fine thread contour therapy

FTC and COG contouring is a nonsurgical procedure to rejuvenate, lift and contour the skin. No serious medical examination is required prior to the treatment as the absorbable, antimicrobial threads used in the procedure do not cause an allergic reaction in the body. The biofilaments are made of biocompatible PDO or PLO, which are safe surgical sutures that have been used since the 1980s. The fibers are inserted into the SMAS layer of the skin and remain in the skin for about half a year before being completely absorbed. A network of collagen fibres is formed at the site of the threads, which lifts and tightens the tissue. The effects of the treatment may last for 12 to 24 months.

Wrinkle treatment with injection

The active ingredient blocks the transmission of nerve and muscle signals, preventing the muscles from contracting. Its effect is temporary and can therefore be repeated indefinitely. When injected into the mimic muscles, it can provide long-lasting results for up to six months. Correctly administered, the treatment does not freeze the face, so it retains its natural appearance.

Injection for excessive sweating

Sweating profusely at an average temperature is called excessive sweating. If there is no underlying hormonal disease, the problem can be solved by injections. The substance we use blocks the transmission of stimuli between the sweat glands and the nerve endings.

Filler treatments cannot be performed in the following cases
  • Allergy
  • Infectious skin diseases, including herpes
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Taking certain medicines
  • Coagulation disorders
  • Autoimmune diseases
Further information
  • We determine the suitability of the patient at a consultation before the first treatment
  • Areas to be treated: the areas of the face
  • Preparation for the treatment: no home preparation necessary
  • Ability to work, home care: the treatment does not affect daily activities, but redness and slight swelling at the puncture sites may occur, which will heal in 2-3 days