BOTULINIUM TOXIN APPLICATION
Botulinium toxin is a protein derived from a bacterium called clostridium botulinum. It acts by preventing the movement of muscles. This effect is temporary. This substance, which has long been used in ophthalmology and neurology branches, is used in cosmetology to treat wrinkles due to mimic muscles. The drug applied to the mimic muscle prevents contraction in that muscle area for 3-6 months and thus decreases the wrinkles formed on it. After 3-6 months, the wrinkles will be restored. In this case, you need to repeat the application. Botulinium toxin is best used for wrinkles around the eyes and forehead. It is less frequently used on cigarette lines on the lips. Another area of use is excessive sweating in the armpits, hands and feet. Botulinium toxin will be applied to the area after cleaning with antiseptic solution drug cream is applied. Appropriate amounts of toxin are applied to the patient's previously determined mimic muscles with very fine needles. The application takes 15-20 minutes. After the application, the person can continue to work immediately. After the application, it is recommended that the person does not lie down for 4 hours and does not contact with very hot and cold water. There is no age limitation for botulinium administration. Some young people may develop early wrinkles between the eyebrows. Botulinium toxin is not applied to pregnant women, nursing mothers, and people with some blood and muscle diseases. The effect of botulinium toxin starts after 3-7 days. The effect is completed in two weeks. The effect ends in 3-6 months. The higher the number of applications, the longer the effect duration. Redness, swelling, bleeding and minor bruising may occur on the needle areas after application. Rarely, eyelid ptosis can be seen, but this side effect is often temporary. Once the botulinium toxin has been administered, the patient does not have to continue the application, but if the application continues, the results will be better and the interval between the administration will be prolonged.
In young skin, the amount of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid is high and their alignment is smooth. As the skin ages, the number of collagen and elastin fibers decreases and their sequence is disrupted. Wrinkles and sagging occur due to the reduction of adipose tissue and hyaluronic acid. Reduction of hyaluronic acid results in loss of moisture and reduced elasticity. Fill applications are made to replace these lost structures. Modern filling materials include hyaluronic acid. It was obtained under laboratory conditions and its structure was strengthened. It is not of animal origin. Since it is a substance already present in our body, the risk of allergy is very low. Testing is not usually required. Hyaluronic acid, which is given to the body as filling material, increases moisture and provides firmness and fullness. Small-particle fillings are used in thinner areas, while larger-particle fillers are used where more dense fillers are required. Filling materials are most commonly used: nasolabial sulcus (grooves extending from both sides of the mouth to the nose), lines between two eyebrows, filling of cheek and cheekbones, and lip contouring. Local anesthetic cream is applied 15 minutes before the injection. With a fine needle, the hyaluronic acid gel is injected into the area to be corrected. The gel fills under wrinkles. The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. You will see the result immediately. The permanence of the filling material depends on the material used and the area of application. The application can be made during the lunch break and the patient can continue the daily routine. It is recommended not to be exposed to very hot or cold immediately after application. Filling materials are not applied to pregnant women, breastfeeders, those who have active infections, allergy history and those who receive immunosuppressant treatment.
It is the application of the thrombocyte-rich part which is separated after the person's own blood has been collected and centrifuged. It is used in skin rejuvenation, spot treatment, hair treatment, it is also increasingly used in other medical fields. As the person's own blood is applied, there is no possibility of infection or infectious disease. It is planned as 3 sessions with 3 weeks intervals. It is recommended to repeat once a year. It can be combined with other methods.
MEDICAL SKIN CARE
With the medical skin care applied with dermatological products, the skin becomes brighter and healthier.
It is the process of applying the substances required for the nutrition of the scalp to the scalp skin. Dermaroller is used for the application. It can be combined with prp. It is planned as 10 sessions. Shampoo and serum to be applied by the patient at home are added to the treatment. It can be done before or after hair transplantation.
Skin is rejuvenated with specially prepared mixtures, small wrinkles are corrected. Blemish treatment can be done. The mixture may be administered by dermapen or intradermal injection. Treatment sessions and frequency vary according to the complaint. The procedure is painless. Good results are obtained with different mesotherapy methods in the removal of dark circles and under-eye bags.
It is the process of renewing the skin by peeling the upper layer of the skin. It is a procedure that should be performed by the doctor.
LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Hair follicles are found in one of three phases in the body. Active growth phase (anagen), regression or regression phase (catagen), resting phase (telogen). Depending on the body region, the rates of hairs being in the anagen and telogen phase and the residence time in the anagen phase vary. While the rate of the hair follicle in the anagen phase in the scalp is 85%, this rate is 56-76% and 42-51% in the extremities. The duration of the anagen phase in the scalp varies from 1 to several years, while in other parts of the body it ranges from 4 to 10 months. Theoretically, laser hair removal devices affect all of the hair growth phases in the anagen phase. The operating principle of the laser is selective thermolysis. The laser light targets the pigmented dark part and creates a burn there. Since all hair follicles cannot be in the anagen phase in an epilation session, they should be performed in repetitive sessions. Due to the interaction with the pigment on the surface of the skin, the most suitable individuals for laser epilation are those with light skin color and thick hair. Laser epilation on a tanned skin should be avoided, or treatment parameters should be readjusted to suit the bronze skin. Laser epilation is ineffective in bleached white hairs. Similarly, the yellow, red, light brown hair color and the thinness of the hairs reduce the effectiveness of laser hair removal. Session intervals should be 4-8 weeks. Lasers of different wavelengths are used for hair removal. Ruby (694 nm), Alexandrite (755 nm), Diode (810 nm), Nd: YAG (1064 nm) are the wavelengths used in laser hair removal. Diode (800-810 nm) lasers are also used frequently in laser hair removal. Diode laser hair removal application is safe for individuals with skin phototype I-V. In a study where diode laser was used with 9 mm spot width, 5-30 millisecond pulse duration and 15-40 Joule / cm2 dose, 84% decrease was detected in hairs 1 year after 4 sessions. It is expected that almost all hairs in the treated area will be shed within 1-3 weeks after the application. However, roughly 15-35% of the shedding hairs are shed for a long time or permanently. Moreover, the hairs applied in the first 15 days can continue to grow a little longer before they are shed. Perifollicular erythema and edema (redness and swelling) occurring during application disappear for about 2 days to 1 week. Today, 35-40% of the people who apply laser epilation are male patients. Often, male patients who apply laser epilation for hairs on the beard, inter-eyebrow, neck, neck, arms, armpits, shoulders, back, chest and legs are generally more likely to achieve laser epilation success due to the harder and darker hair structure. Although they are said to be more advantageous, clinical observations suggest that testosterone-active male patients have lower laser epilation success than female patients. Especially in men, the back and neck regions are accepted as resistant-to-laser-epilation-areas and more sessions and beats may be needed. Laser hair removal during pregnancy is not recommended as there is no definite study. The risk of complications is very low when an appropriate treatment plan is created for the patient. Rarely minor burns and pigment changes may occur. In general, these complaints are temporary.
It is performed with special lasers of the appropriate wavelength. Not all tattoos are suitable for this process.