Dermatology and Dermocosmetic


Dermatology and Dermocosmetic

Botox is the most popular cosmetic procedure worldwide. It’s a drug produced from a type of bacterium and is used to treat wrinkles caused by facial expressions or excessive use of mimic muscles. Besides its cosmetic uses, Botox is also employed in the treatment of various neurological diseases. It works by relaxing and preventing contraction of the muscles that cause wrinkles.

Botox is typically used for crow’s feet formed by laughing and squinting, frown lines between the eyebrows, and forehead lines. There is no specific age for Botox; if done when wrinkles start forming, it can prevent their development and progression. The effects of Botox last 4-6 months, initially requiring repeat treatments every 4-6 months, but the intervals may extend over time.

Fillers and Light Fillers

Filler treatments are used to replace volume losses and deep wrinkles. Hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in many tissues of the body, is the most commonly used substance in fillers due to its low risk of allergic reactions. Fillers are effective in treating nasolabial folds (the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth) and marionette lines (lines from the corners of the mouth to the chin). They can also add volume to cheeks, correct defects on the nasal bridge, reshape the face contour, and enhance lip volume and contour. Their effects last between 6 months to 2 years.

Light fillers are used for overall facial, hand, décolletage, and under-eye rejuvenation. Unlike regular fillers, they don’t contain cross-linked hyaluronic acid, making them more fluid and thinner. They hydrate the skin and provide a lifting effect, improving under-eye darkness. Typically administered in 3 sessions at close intervals, followed by maintenance every 4-6 months. Some contain added vitamins, amino acids, and antioxidants. Hyaluronic acid’s water-binding property tightens and moisturizes the skin, softens fine lines, and gives a radiant appearance.


Mesotherapy involves injecting a mix of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes into the middle layer of the skin using microinjection techniques. It is widely used for skin rejuvenation, wrinkle treatment, cellulite, localized fat loss, hair loss treatment, stretch marks, various skin diseases, and keloid treatment. The direct delivery of these substances to the target area is much more effective than topical creams and lotions.

Mesolifting is similar to mesotherapy but uses substances that have a lifting effect, particularly for sagging areas of the face, neck, and abdomen. For instance, fat-dissolving substances can be alternated with lifting serums for abdominal treatments.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

A type of mesotherapy, PRP differs in using plasma obtained from the patient’s blood instead of synthetic substances. Blood drawn from the patient is processed to extract platelet-rich plasma.

Platelets, or thrombocytes, are blood elements that repair damaged tissues and contain growth factors. PRP involves delivering a higher concentration of platelets than what is naturally carried in the bloodstream to the damaged area. The growth factors released by these activated platelets initiate skin renewal processes and stimulate hair follicles on the scalp.


Dermatherapy involves using a ‘dermaroller,’ a device equipped with specially prepared steel needles ranging from 0.5 to 2.5 mm in length. 

It can be combined with mesotherapy products and PRP. The micro-needles stimulate the skin’s healing process, leading to new collagen formation. This method is used for acne scars, burn scars, certain skin pigmentation issues, and skin rejuvenation.

Spider Web Treatment

This treatment involves inserting PDO (Polydioxanone) threads into the skin and subcutaneous tissue. Applied with local anesthetic creams, the threads stimulate collagen and elastin synthesis, improving skin texture, tone, pore size, and providing lifting and firming effects. It can be used on the face, neck, and body, particularly effective for sagging cheeks, eyebrows, eyelids, forehead, jawline, neck, and areas like the underarms, inner thighs, and abdomen. The threads dissolve within six months, but their effects can last up to two years.

Laser Treatment for Capillary Veins

Long pulse Nd-YAG lasers emitting a wavelength of 1064 cm absorb oxyhemoglobin in the vessels, turning it into heat energy that shrinks and destroys the vessels.

This treatment is effective for facial and leg capillaries, and red spots and moles on the body. For leg capillaries up to 3-4 mm in width, 2-3 sessions, typically once a month, are usually sufficient.

Other Laser Treatments

Our clinic’s Er-YAG laser successfully treats warts, corns, age spots, surgical or traumatic scars.

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