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1Acne

Acne is an inflammatory skin disease, which occurs in case of a disruption of sebaceous glands. Oily skin is one of the main causes of pimples. This problem is quite common among young people, while many adults suffer from it as well.

Why does acne occur?

There are numerous causes of pimples, ranging from hereditary factors, hormonal disorders and malfunction of internal organs to stress, bad dietary habits and improper skin care.

Methods of acne treatment:

  • Application of acne laser
  • Mesotherapy
  • Ultrasonic facial
  • Chemical peeling
  • Phototherapy
2Acne scars (post-acne)

Sadly, acne (pimples) often leaves scars, pigmented stains, enlarged pores and other undesired marks on the skin.

Methods of post-acne treatment:

  • Mesotherapy
  • Plasma Therapy
  • Fractional Laser Rejuvenation
3Enlarged pores

Not only do enlarged pores make one’s appearance unattractive, but they also cause pimples, blackheads and unpleasant greasy shine on the face.

Why do enlarged pores occur?

1. Congenital – one may have a genetic predisposition to enlarged pores. Getting rid of this defect is then quite problematic, yet still possible using a customised approach to selecting the treatment method that will help the pores to shrink and prevent further skin blemish. 2. Acquired – when the problem with enlarged pores develops at a certain age. Among possible reasons of its development are hormonal imbalances, inner illnesses, faulty skin care, etc.

Methods of enlarged pores treatment:

  • Laser polishing (CO2 laser)
  • Chemical peeling
  • Bio revitalisation
  • Microdermabrasion
4Nasolabial folds

Another important reason of female dissatisfaction with their looks is believed to be nasolabial folds - wrinkles leading downwards from the wings of the nose to the corners of the lips. Not only do they give a sad expression to the face, but they also add several years to women’s appearance.

Why do nasolabial folds occur?

Similarly to wrinkles around the eyes or between the eyebrows, nasolabial folds may develop as a result of muscle hypertonus (increased tension) or vice versa, because of hypotonia of muscle tissue. As a rule, high activity level of facial muscles contributes to the fact that skin blemishes in the nasolabial triangle acquire a dense structure and become much more visible. In case of a lack of muscle activity the folds have no distinct outlines and look flabby.

Ways to correct nasolabial folds:

  • Contour correction
  • Mezonit
5Change of face contour - sagging cheeks

Age often raises the question of facial contour deformation, sagging of the cheeks and occurrence of a double chin.

Approaches to facial contours correction:

  • Ulthera device application
  • RF face lifting
  • Mezonit
  • Contour correction
6Double chin

With regards to anatomy, double chin represents excessive accumulation of tissue (skin and fat cells) under the chin. It is a very frequently observed cosmetic defect that is common among overweight people as well as among the fit.

Reasons of double chin occurrence:

There are many reasons why a double chin occurs: genetic predisposition and characteristics of facial contours, age and loss of skin elasticity, weight problems.

Methods of chin correction:

  • TriActive+ RF-lifting
  • UltraA1 ultrasonic lifting
  • 3D mezonit
  • Mesotherapy
7Mimic wrinkles

Wrinkles are characteristic for people with expressive mimicry and those who show their emotions too explicitly. For them the first signs of mimic wrinkles may occur as early as at 15-20 years. Due to frequent contraction of facial muscle tissue and its subsequent hypertonus skin folds are being formed on the face, resulting in forehead wrinkles, “crow's feet” (wrinkles around the eyes), wrinkles on the sides of the mouth, etc.
Should the habit of active facial expressions become permanent and uncontrolled, it is highly advisable to turn to aesthetic medicine, which is now capable of addressing this cosmetic issue very successfully.

Ways to treat facial wrinkles:

  • Botulotoxin
  • Contour correction
  • Fractional rejuvenation with a CO2 laser
  • Plasma lifting
  • Photo rejuvenation
  • Mesotherapy
8Crow’s feet wrinkles around eyes

“Crow's feet” wrinkles are tiny mimic wrinkles that occur in the outer corners of the eyes. A major role in the evolvement of this aesthetic defect is played by the tendency to squint due to climate peculiarities (intensive UV radiation, cold, dust), emotions or poor eyesight.

Approaches to elimination of wrinkles around the eyes:

  • Botulotoxin
  • Contour correction
  • Photo rejuvenation
  • TriActive+ RF-lifting
9Forehead wrinkles
Wrinkles on the forehead are typical for an emotional person who tends to vividly express his/her feelings with the help of active facial expressions. Moreover, high UV radiation, harmful environmental factors, genetic predisposition and excessive use of cosmetics contribute to the loss of skin collagen, which in turn further deepen forehead wrinkles.

Ways of forehead wrinkles treatment:

  • Botulotoxin
  • Plasma lifting
  • Fractional rejuvenation with a CO2 laser
  • Photo rejuvenation
  • Mesotherapy
10Flabby skin

Flabby or sagging skin is one of age-related changes and presents a defect that can no longer be hidden by makeup or cosmetics. Sagging of the skin directly relates to the production level of skin collagen, so when metabolic processes keep slowing down with each year, one can observe weakened elasticity and poor skin tone.

Why does skin sag prematurely?

Inadequate daily skin care, use of dehydrating skincare products, frequent application of aggressive skin cleaning methods – all of the above lead to premature aging. What is more, frequent exposure to sunlight and visits to solarium make their unfortunate contributions.

Mechanic methods to treat sagging skin:

  • Laser polishing
  • Ultrasonic lifting UltrA1
  • Photo rejuvenation
  • TriActive+ RF-lifting

Injection treatments to combat sagging skin:

  • Botulotoxin
  • Plasma lifting
  • Mesotherapy
  • Contour correction
  • Mezonit
11Skin aging

Gradual withering of skin is one of the unwelcome yet visible signs of aging. With age skin loses the original thickness of the epidermis layer, the amount of collagen decreases, the number of elastic fibres reduces, the volume of subcutaneous fat changes (either grows or drops). Visually it results in alterations in the facial contours, appearance of deep mimic wrinkles, sagging of the skin, senile pigmentation, and so on.

Ways of treating aging skin:

  • Laser polishing of deep wrinkles
  • Ultrasonic lifting UltrA1 – face lifting
  • Photo rejuvenation of moderate wrinkles
  • Botulotoxin of mimic wrinkles
  • TriActive+ RF-lifting of moderate wrinkles
  • Plasma lifting
  • Chemical peeling
  • Contour correction of individual deep wrinkles
  • Mesotherapy
  • Bio revitalisation
12Cellulite

Every second woman in her 30s falls victim to cellulite – a problem also known as "orange peel skin". In most cases it affects thighs, buttocks, hips and abdomen, less often – upper arms (above the elbow).

What is cellulite?

Throughout our lives there are constant structural changes in the subcutaneous fat layer under the skin, which sometimes complicates microcirculation of blood and lymph. Metabolic disorders prevent breakdown and removal of fat cells from the tissue and as a result they accumulate in certain places where skin stretches and forms lumps. Ultimately, the skin looks like an "orange peel".

Why does cellulite occur?

There are many factors that influence the occurrence of cellulite, among them: disorders in the circulatory system, hormonal failure of the body, improper diet and sedentary lifestyle.

Approaches to cellulite treatment:

  • TriActive+ RF-lifting
  • Mesotherapy
  • Lymphatic drainage massage
  • Body wraps and skincare
13Fat pads

Many people are keen on improving their body shapes with the help of external intervention. Excessive fat pads are often accumulated in common problematic areas: abdomen, thighs, buttocks and upper arms.

Method of ultrasonic liposuction

In case of any intervention, it is not only the result of the procedure that matters, but also safety for the patient as well as his/her health and well-being. The application of ultrasonic liposuction is safe, effective and painless for the patient. Thanks to the activity of ultrasonic waves metabolic processes in the inner tissues improve, fat cells break down and then disappear. The obvious result constitutes in losing a few unwanted centimetres as well as kilograms.
For yet better outcomes it is recommended to combine this treatment with healthy nutrition, exercise and lymphatic drainage massage, which helps to drive away the remnants of the metabolic processes from the cells.

14Stretch marks and scars

Nowadays stretch marks are the second most common problem after cellulite. Stretch marks occur as atrophic scars on breasts, stomach, hips and buttocks. Although it is not possible to completely remove stretch marks off the skin, one can make them nearly invisible in the background of a healthy skin.

Causes of stretch marks on the skin:

Stretch marks occur as a result of microtrauma of the skin and the subcutaneous tissue. They tend to evolve during puberty, pregnancy and in case of a rapid weight gain.

Ways to treat stretch marks and scars:

  • Laser polishing with DEKA CO2 laser
  • Mesotherapy
15Vascular diseases

Various vascular defects happen to be quite common, in particular the following diseases:

  • star-shaped veins
  • reticular veins (usually in the legs)
  • dilated capillary network, skin reddening
  • hemangiomas and nevus flammeus (also known as port-wine stains)
  • rosacea

Causes of vascular pathologies:

Women are significantly more likely to develop blood vessel defects. Moreover, an important role in the development of these pathologies is attributed to hereditary predisposition.

Methods of blood vessels treatments:

Our clinic performs treatments of most vascular pathologies with top Italian lasers DEKA Synchro FT and Synchro REPLA:Y, which are currently considered to be the most powerful and most effective.

  • Laser vessel correction with Synchro REPLA:Y DEKA
  • Photo vascular correction (IPL) with Synchro FT DEKA
16Star-shaped veins

"Vascular Stars" appear as linear or expanded structures of red, purple or blue veins ranging in size with a diameter from 0.1mm to 1.5 mm. Most common localisations are:

  • on the face (nose, cheeks, forehead)
  • legs chest.

Causes of "vascular stars":

Dilated veins (telangiectasia) result from expansion of blood vessels and arteries. Pathological occurrences may indicate the development of rosacea, which is characterised by impaired blood circulation.

How to treat dilated veins ("vascular stars")?

  • Laser vessel correction with Synchro REPLA:Y DEKA
  • Photo vascular correction (IPL) with Synchro FT DEKA
17Varicose veins

Varicose veins represent one of the most common problems in relation to blood vessels. Varicosis or varicose veins are pathological changes in veins, accompanied by their dilution, extension, creation of various folds and tangles, thus leading to the disruption of blood flow. Varicose veins usually occur on the legs. Women are several times more susceptible to this pathology than men.

Causes of varicose veins:

  • genetic predisposition;
  • hormonal disorders;
  • overweight;
  • pregnancy;

  • cardiovascular diseases;

Methods of treatment of varicose veins:

  • laser vessel correction with Synchro REPLA:Y DEKA laser
  • Photo vascular correction (IPL) with Synchro FT DEKA
18Dilated blood vessels

Dilated blood vessels on the face represent a common skin defect, which usually develops in the form of a net or small individual veins on the nose and cheeks. This disorder may occur due to a disturbance in blood circulation and targets women more often than men.

Methods of dilated vessels treatments:

  • Laser vessel correction with Synchro REPLA:Y DEKA
  • Photo vascular correction (IPL) with Synchro FT DEKA
19Neoplasms

Various neoplasms greatly impair one’s appearance, while some may even be hazardous to health. Neoplasms include warts, papillomas, ichthyosis, etc.

Why should one be cautious about neoplasms?

It is indeed difficult to determine the nature of the neoplasm solitarily, whereas certain formations such as warts, papillomas or types of ichthyosis must be removed completely, since they are usually caused by a HPV virus, imposing the risk of transmitting them to other skin parts. Generally speaking it is highly advisable to first undergo dermotoscopy and make sure that the neoplasm is benign and does not endanger one’s health. This procedure is painless and enables one to collect all the information about the nature of the neoplasm without surgical involvement.

Methods of removing neoplasms:

  • Removal of neoplasms with CO2 DEKA laser
    These days this method is considered to be the most modern and safe.
20Birthmarks

Understandably, birthmarks are most frequently removed for aesthetic reasons, especially when they are clearly visible, that is, on the face, hands, or neck.
Yet, there are also medical indications for birthmarks removal:

  • bleeding, pain, itchiness, peeling off;
  • change in size and/or colour,
  • size of more than 5 mm in diameter,
  • uneven, dark colour,
  • unfavourable location on a frequently traumatised place (due to shaving or clothes friction) or directly exposed to sunlight.

Dermatoscopy

Prior to removing a birthmark the patient must undergo dermatoscopy in order to determine whether the birthmark is benign. This procedure is fully painless for the patient and does not require a surgical intervention.

Ways of birthmark removing:

  • Birthmark removal with CO2 DEKA laser.
    Nowadays this method is considered to be the safest and the most modern.
21Pigmented spots

Pigmented stains may occur in any age, but most often they develop after 40. Certainly, pigmentation strongly impairs the looks of the skin, so it is no surprise that many people are keen to get rid of it.

Reasons of occurrence of pigmented spots:

  • The process of skin aging, which consequently causes pigment generation disorder;
  • Instability of hormone levels, taking oral contraceptives, pregnancy;
  • Exposure to UV radiation;
  • Application of poor quality cosmetics.

Methods of pigmented spots removal:

  • Treatment of pigmentation with DEKA Alexandrite laser
  • Treatment of pigmentation with CO2 DEKA laser
  • Photo rejuvenation with IPL DEKA laser
  • Chemical peeling
  • Mesotherapy
  • Microdermabrasion
22Undesired hair

Human skin is naturally covered with hairs of various structures and colour, whereas those differences are usually genetically predetermined and in most cases hereditary. These days many people seek the most effective ways to get rid of unwanted hair in different body parts without causing damage to their health.

Uniqueness of laser hair removal therapy

Currently laser hair removal is rightfully considered to be the most effective method of ridding oneself of unwanted hair. It functions on the principle of selective photothermolysis. Due to the thermal effect a hair follicle falls apart with no likelihood of renewal. During each procedure a larger number of hair follicles is targeted and destroyed, so that ultimately hair stops growing completely. A course of multiple procedures is determined individually, while it is commonly advised to undergo from four to six treatments.

Methods for undesired hair removal

Depending on the patient’s skin type and hair colour our professionals offer two laser options:

  • Alexandrite DEKA lase
  • Diode Light Sheet Duet Lumines laser

Should the client wish to go through a course of photo epilation, it is also possible thanks to the platform of Synchro REPLA:Y DEKA laser.

23Excessive sweating

Hyperhidrosis is medically defined as a pathological condition characterised by hypersecretion of sweat glands. Sweating in itself is sweat glands excretion of an aqueous solution of salts and organic substances, i.e. perspiration.

Causes of excessive sweating

This phenomenon occurs in the following cases:
1. as a thermoregulation process of the body, e.g., at high air temperatures;
2. due to such psychogenetic factors as response to stress, certain physical or mental diseases.

Methods of hyperhidrosis treatment

If the patient is unable to cope with excessive sweating with the help of traditional deodorants and antiperspirants, doctors in our clinic may recommend an effective way of solving this problem:

  • hyperhidrosis treatment using Botulotoxin injections

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