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Complementary Cosmetic Treatments

Facial expression is part of being natural. We use muscle of the face when we smile, laugh, eat or speak. Over time animating our face can cause wrinkles and lines on the skin overlying the muscle of facial expression. Some of the lines improve when we stop animating (dynamic lines), but some would stay (static lines). These lines can be improved with non-surgical complementary treatments. 

Botulinum toxin injections

It is a reversible and controlled way to inhibit part of a specific muscle of facial expression in order to reduce the appearance of static and dynamic lines and slowing the formation of the wrinkles over time. Medical professionals poses relevant qualification and knowledge of the complex anatomy and function of the muscles and nerves of the face. Therefore, complementary treatments carried out by medical professionals ensure minimal risks and maximum effect. 

Dermal fillers

Injectable fillers such as hyaluronic acid have become very popular due to their safety profile and reversible effect. Injectable gel is injected under the skin underneath the line restoring the volume in a specific area. As a result, the lines improve and the face looks more natural and rejuvenated. Medical professionals poses relevant qualification and knowledge of the complex anatomy and function of the muscles and nerves of the face. Therefore, complementary treatments carried out by medical professionals ensure minimal risks and maximum effect. 

Dermal fillers can be helpful to treat unsatisfactory scarring or as an adjunct to surgical procedures. 

During the consultation Ms Ewa Majdak-Paredes will examine the problematic area and advise on the most appropriate course of treatment and alternatives to non-surgical treatments. 

Cooling off period might be helpful at times depending on personal circumstances.

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