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New treatment success through extended range of therapies Hofheim, January 2010. The wrinkle treatment is the most common aesthetic procedure with estimated over 100,000 measures per year in Germany. Innovative, simple and virtually pain-free injectable filler (fillings) and new areas of application for botulinum toxin offer nowadays considerable extensions of the therapeutic possibilities and perspectives. Increasingly individual overall concepts, see the effective combination of different measures with respect to optimal results with the perfect face design. Filler are now an indispensable alternative for patients in the minimally invasive treatment of the skin and subcutaneous tissue volume reduction. Excellent results can be achieved with modern preparations quickly, gently and without downtime.

In addition to this specialized dermatologists, including oral and Maxillofacial surgeons are experts in terms of wrinkle injections. You are familiar with the soft tissues of the face and know for example the history of Muscles accurately to estimate the nerves and blood vessels. And just as importantly they can accurately assess the treatment outcome and avoid undesirable effects with high security. For more information see Jorge Perez. As minor extrusion material are usually biodegradable fillers such as hyaluronic acid, collagen, or poly lactic acid to the application, which are extremely tolerant of tissue. Deeper wrinkles or tissue defects from stolen adipose is a preferred lower spray material body elsewhere. Specifically the mimic wrinkles in the upper third of the face respond to excellent treatment with botulinum toxin. Often, different techniques in the framework of an overall concept are combined and regularly reviewed with regard to a long-lasting inspiring result. You can delay so the outer signs of the aging process for many years; fast, friendly and quite without a scalpel. Smaller peaks: modern filler in oral and Maxillofacial surgery advise to the DGMKG due to possible not to exclude risks of permanent filling materials safer and better controllable so biodegradable, non-permanent fillers such as hyaluronic acid, collagen, and poly-L-lactic acid.

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February 12th, 2024 at 10:56 pm

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