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Aesthetic Treatments

Minimally-invasive aesthetic treatments are a fast and effective way to rejuvenate your look. The procedures are short, and there is no recovery time. These procedures are much less invasive, and also less expensive than plastic surgery. At Inovo Medical, we use two (2) major types of injectable solutions to achieve the desired results. We use conventional solutions, such as fillers and muscle relaxants, and we use regenerative medicine based solutions, such as Stem Cells and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP).

CONVENTIONAL SOLUTIONS

When it comes to traditional solutions for injections, there are two (2) relevant categories. First, there are muscle relaxants (e.g. Botox®), that help expressive muscles relax. And second, there are dermal fillers, used to fill creases and mould skin into the desired form.

Allow our aesthetic dermatology professionals to offer you the best combination of BOTOX® and dermal fillers.

Botox®

Botulinum toxin (often referred to as Botox) is a safe muscle relaxant currently used for a variety of medical problems. This anti-wrinkle treatment consists in injecting small doses of Botox® into the muscles of the upper face (for head, eyebrows, eyes). Botox® relaxes the muscles, which softens expression wrinkles related to muscle movement. Moreover, it leaves the skin smoother overall and even reduces facial perspiration, giving a matte appearance.

Teosyal®

Dermal fillers such as Teosyal are of the hyaluronic acid (HA) family. HA is a substance produced by the body that plays an essential role in moisturising the skin and restoring its natural volume. Dermal fillers are rejuvenation products that can yield immediate results, and are recognised for their natural appearance. The face is not immobilised, and all facial expressions are preserved.

REGENERATIVE SOLUTIONS

Aesthetic injections have significantly evolved over the years. While our aesthetics clinic offers a broad range of conventional care, it stands out for its regenerative cosmetic treatments. Botox® treatments and dermal fillers are still greatly used in many aesthetic practices such as our own, however there now exists longer-lasting, and more natural treatments.

Regenerative medicine is a branch of medicine that specialises in healing and rejuvenating body tissues. The science is now used in aesthetics to heal and rejuvenate skin. Stem Cells and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) are becoming the new standard in aesthetic treatments, and Inovo Medical is proud to be part of it. Inovo Medical offers advanced cosmetic care that can activate the skin’s cellular regeneration for natural and lasting results.

Stem Cells

Stem-cell technology represents the future of aestheticism, without inflammation, injury, or pain. Stem cell injections can lastingly resolve many aesthetic problems without surgery: wrinkles and face/neck sagging, skin imperfections, ageing of the hands and prominent veins, scars, acne scarring, and hair loss.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelets are an essential element for healing. They are found in blood and can be extracted through a process called centrifugation. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a plasma with a high concentration of this healing agent. The science of PRP is the foundation for many aesthetic treatments that celebrities receive, such as the Vampire FaceLift® and the Vampire Breast Lift®.


AVAILABLE AESTHETIC TREATMENTS

List of all available treatments

  • Vampire Facelift
  • Vampire Breast Lift
  • Lip Augmentation
  • Hair Regrowth
  • Hand Rejuvenation
  • Cheek remodeling
  • Facial Rejuvenation
  • Eye Rejuvenation
  • Scar Treatment

 

 


BOTOX Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) for injection, for intramuscular use - Read Full Text

revised : 2016

The Canadian Experience with Fillers - Read Full Article

Andrew, E. Burchard, David A.F Ellis : 2009

 

 Disclaimer: Results will vary among individuals, and there is no implication that you will heal or receive the same outcome as patients herein. There could be pain involved. The information in this website is offered for educational purposed only and does not imply or give medical advice. The photos used may be models and not patients.