Botox, Hyaluronic Acid and Fat Grafting (also known as Fat Transfer or Lipofilling) are not only ideal for beautiful and natural results in face rejuvenation separately, but also can be used together.
One of the “secrets” of plastic surgery is that never the individual body parts or their regions are to be considered in the patient, but the whole look. This is true for the face as well, where a tiny change can do a lot to restore the harmony between body and soul.
Unfortunately, wrinkling, loss of facial volume, and sagging of the face can even occur in younger age: this is a consequence of genetic and environmental factors, individual makings, and lifestyle.
Combined Facial Rejuvenation is a customized “intervention pack” designed to make the face more tight, youthful, and more harmonious with simultaneous use of multiple therapies.
Botox is primarily used against dynamic wrinkles, so we use it in those areas where we need to reduce the ever-recurring muscle movement that causes mimicry. This includes, for example, the “angry” line between the eyebrows, or “crow’s feet” near the eyes. Botox does not modify the facial character but even helps to preserve it.
Hyaluronic Acid and Autologous Fat Transfer are the most ideal for treating static wrinkles and contour deformities. We can effectively treat deep “laugh lines”, bags and circles around the eyes, and the sagging of the midface area. While hyaluronic acid is also an injectable body-identical substance like Botox, Fat Transfer literally means the transplantation of fat tissues from one body area to another. Usually, the fat tissues are harvested from the abdomen, thighs or hips, and injected into the areas of the face that need improvement after a special processing procedure.
Of course, the necessary interventions should not be chosen by our patient alone, but by personal consultation and examination, taking into account individual characteristics and requirements.
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