The top layer of skin plays a crucial role in the natural aging process. It consists of connective tissue and connective tissue fibers such as collagen and elastin. The collagen is responsible for the stability, the elastin for the elasticity of our connective tissue.
Due to the natural aging process, cell division slows down, and the collagen and elastin content is reduced. The skin loses its elasticity and elasticity and leads to the formation of wrinkles. This process is often accelerated by sun, wind, weather, smoking, too much alcohol and an unhealthy diet.
Nowadays there are a variety of different wrinkle treatment methods. However, not every method is suitable for every type of wrinkle. The starting point for every treatment is an individual skin analysis.
Botox is used for wrinkles that are caused by excessive tension in muscles.
Botulinum toxin A is a protein that prevents the transmission of stimuli from nerve cells to the muscles and thus stops muscle contraction. Correctly dosed, it creates targeted relaxation of the muscle groups that are responsible for the formation of wrinkles (thinker's lines, frown lines, nasolabial lines, crow's feet, etc.). Wrinkle treatment with Botox has been tried and tested for many years and is very safe. As Botox gradually degrades, the effect will wear off by itself after a few months. Repeat treatment is possible without any problems.
Hyaluronic acid is produced by our body and is an important component of connective tissue, cartilage and synovial fluid. Hyualuron can bind up to 6 liters of water per gram of its own weight and thus gives the skin fullness, elasticity and freshness. That is why hyaluronic acid is also in great demand as a cream ingredient in cosmetics.
In medical treatment, it is used as a filler with which wrinkles are injected. This allows sunken skin areas to be plumped up again. For this purpose, the filler is injected into the affected areas. In this way, even deep wrinkles such as the annoying nasolabial folds disappear. But scars can also be successfully treated with hyaluronic acid fillers.
After an injection of hyaluronic acid, the effect lasts three to six months, in exceptional cases up to 12 months.
- Botox is used as a muscle relaxer.
- Hyaluron, as an endogenous component, is used as a filler.
- Autologous blood therapy: Your own blood is enriched with amino acids and re-injected into the desired areas.
- Autologous fat is taken from problem areas and, after special processing, is injected again as a filler against wrinkles and drooping areas.
- Laser therapy: the skin is stimulated to form collagen with small needle pricks and then appears fresher and firmer.
Wrinkle treatment with PRP
The effect occurs after a few weeks with a slight delay. PRP therapy can be repeated several times. Your success increases with the number of applications. The effect can last up to 18 months.
Wrinkle treatment with autologous fat
Wrinkle treatment with laser therapy
The treated tissue is affected by these small micro-injuries formation of collagen stimulated. Within six to eight weeks to step first visible effects of the treatment on.
Up to four sessions may be necessary for an optimal treatment result. The skin appears firmer, younger and fresher. Wrinkles are reduced and significantly tightened.
The most important facts about wrinkle treatment