The treatment with fillers based on hyaluronic acid is mainly intended to supplement acid deficiency in the selected areas.
Preparations containing hyaluronic acid injected into the skin effectively complement its deficiency, moisturize the skin, fill wrinkles, give volume, shape the lips, improve the contour of the face and stimulate the skin’s natural regeneration processes. These injections are characterized by high level of safety and very good cosmetic effects of the treatment.
Hyaluronic acid is also widely used in conventional medicine:
in ophthalmic procedures, orthopedics or gynecology. It accelerates wound healing, soothes eye irritations and is used as a supplement to treat joint diseases.
Preparation for the procedure
Before performing the procedure, it is necessary to conduct a medical interview during which the scope of the procedure and its expected effects will be determined.
Seven days before the hyaluronic acid treatment, avoid taking medication that inhibits platelet aggregation (consulting your doctor first), as well as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and herbal preparations of ginkgo biloba, aspirin and vitamin C. On the day of the procedure, avoid thermal fluctuations of the environment, as well as intense physical activity.
The effects of the treatment are visible immediately after the injection and last for about 12-18 months. The skin regains its elasticity, imperfections and wrinkles disappear and the face regains a youthful and radiant look.
To ensure the maximum effect of the treatment, it is recommended to avoid exposure to high temperatures on the treated area (sauna, solarium, treatments using radio waves, far infrared rays or laser treatments).