Advanced Aesthetics By Dr Juliana Dalla Rosa
Facial Aesthetics Practitioner | MSc (UniFI), MSc (UCV), BDS (Unife), BDS (UCV) Dental Surgeon
Used cosmetically to relax muscles of facial expression, thereby softening overlying expression lines or wrinkles. It is FDA approved for the treatment of frown lines, crow’s feet and horizontal forehead lines as it is a safe, effective, fast and relatively painless treatment.
Filler is used to replace lost volume on the face, most notably the nasolabial folds, perioral lines, the cheeks and temples.
Once injected, filler binds to water in the skin and stimulates the production of collagen, thereby plumping the skin and restoring a more youthful appearance.
Non-Surgical Facelift – Threads
What is Facial Thread Lifting?
Facial Threads lift and hold soft and sagging facial tissue for a refreshed look and more defined facial contours. Essentially, it is a non-invasive, non-surgical facelift.
As we age, our skin begins to suffer minor downward gravitational effects, and the face starts to become more “bottom heavy”. This causes visible skin laxity and facial sagging. Skin laxity occurs when the skin loses its firmness and structure.
A facial thread lift aims to combat these signs of aging.
Benefits of Facial Thread Lifting
- Improves Laxity and facial sagging.
- Immediate and long-lasting facial contour reshaping.
- Improvement of facial contour deformities.
- Get rid of your jowls.
- Helps to reduce deep wrinkles.
ALOPICEA AND PRP
Alopecia means partial or total loss of hair, a disorder that can affect both men and women. A valid treatment to fight thinning and hair loss is undoubtedly PRP.
PRP is a treatment that involves the use of autologous platelets, that is, of the patient’s own, absolutely safe and without complications.
The rich plasma part of the platelet is then selected and subsequently infiltrated. The growth factors contained in the platelets will stimulate the hair bulbs with consequent regeneration of the scalp.
TOP TIPS TO SLOW AGEING
It is important to understand that Facial ageing occurs on multiple anatomical levels. Firstly, the outermost skin ages due to wear and tear, exposure to sun and the passage of time.
Facial fat pads underneath the skin, gradually begin to deflate in mid to late 20s, coupled with the thinning out underlying muscle and skin, leading to a less plumped skin.