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Botulinum toxin applications

Botox applications are most commonly used in dermatology for the treatment of wrinkles and excessive sweating.

Botox is applied by injecting very small amounts into mimic muscles with very fine needles, it starts to show its effect in 3-4 days, the effect is fully established in 7-10 days and muscle movements are reduced or completely prevented. When performed in expert hands, the formation of wrinkles is prevented without a change in the facial expression of the person. The application takes 30-40 minutes and the person can continue his daily life after the procedure. The age of Botox application varies according to the frequency of using the mimic muscles, making it at an early age for those who use mimic muscles frequently prevents the formation of wrinkles.

Sweating treatment, excessive sweating is a condition that affects the social and professional life of the person and reduces the quality of life. Botox can be used for excessive sweating in the armpits, hands and feet, and sweating is prevented for certain periods.

Rope applications

It is one of the non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures that have started to be applied in recent years. There are many ropes of different structures used for this purpose. The most commonly used threads are threads that melt after a certain period of time after being applied to the skin. While some of the different types of threads applied to the leather do the job of stretching the leather, some of them also perform the hanging operation. Rope applications can be done alone or in combination with other applications.

hair loss treatment

Hair is an integral part of human beauty and is very important for both women and men. In the treatment of hair loss, deficiencies and diseases that may accompany should be investigated first and then treatment should be started. In the treatment of hair loss, prp and mesotherapy applications can be performed together with medical treatments suitable for the patient’s condition. These treatments can be applied alone or in combination.

Diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases

Our skin is a very large organ that provides our body’s relationship with the external environment. Some diseases of our skin may be related to our internal organs and our mental state, so a careful skin examination can also give information about diseases related to internal organs. As with all diseases, regular examination of our skin can ensure that many diseases, especially skin cancers, are detected in the early period and treated easily. Regular examinations facilitate the diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo (Ala disease), eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, fungal diseases, allergic diseases.

Filling applications

With aging, changes such as fine and deep wrinkles on the face, decrease in supporting structures such as collagen and hyaluronic acid, downward sagging of fat pads with gravity occur. This leads to the formation of grooves and depressions on the face and causes an old, tired and sad appearance in the person. Filling applications are also done with the aim of filling the lips. Filling applications show immediate effect and maintain the well-being according to the applied substance.

Mesotherapy applications

It is the process of giving very small amounts of various mixtures into the skin with very thin and small injectors. Mesotherapy is used in the treatment of cellulite, fat melting, skin rejuvenation, and hair loss. In mesotherapy, multiple injections are made in napping technique or point to point technique, depending on the purpose of treatment and the area to be treated. The session duration in mesotherapy is usually 20-30 minutes, the number of sessions varies between 4 and 10. In cases such as cellulite facial rejuvenation, up to 15 sessions can be performed. In mesotherapy, vitamins, minerals, plant extracts, vaccines, antibiotics, hormones, anesthetic agents, blood-enhancing agents, amino acids are specially prepared and applied according to the needs of the person.

PRP applications

PRP (Platelet rich plasma) is the abbreviated name of plasma rich in clot cells and is used in many fields of medicine. In this application, the blood taken from the patient is placed in sterile special tubes and centrifuged and the rich part of the clot cells is separated. Clot cells contain growth factors that initiate wound healing and tissue regeneration processes. PRP can be applied to the face, neck, décolleté, back of the hand, legs and arms for the purpose of rejuvenating the skin, giving it a bright and lively appearance, treatment of fine wrinkles and depressions, and treatment of spots and color irregularities. PRP can be applied in female and male pattern hair loss and can provide hair revitalization, shine, thickening, reduction in hair loss and new hair growth. PRP can be applied in the form of a mask or with small injections into the skin with mesotherapy needles. PRP can be applied alone or combined with methods such as dermapen and needle radiofrequency.

Fractional gold needle radiofrequency (Scarlet)

With specially designed microneedles, radiofrequency waves are given under the skin, and the healing process begins and collagen is synthesized. Needle radiofrequency applications can be used for skin rejuvenation, skin tightening, clarification of face and jaw lines, removal of fine wrinkles, acne and scars, skin cracks, enlarged pores, skin blemishes and capillaries. The application area is anesthetized with topical anesthetic creams so that the procedure is performed with little or no pain. After the application, there may be a slight redness on the face, and the person can continue his daily life the next day. Its effect starts from the first days, it shows its real effect after 3-4 weeks. It is recommended to do the application 3 times with an interval of one month, the effect increases with each application.

Laser hair removal applications

Laser epilation is the process of permanently removing unwanted hair by means of a laser device. Laser epilation applications are more effective in the anagen phase, which is the active growth phase of hair growth, but while some of the hairs in our body are in the anagen phase, some are in the passive (telogen) phase, so repeated sessions are required to remove all the hairs. The number of sessions in laser epilation varies depending on the hair density of the people. Different laser devices can be used for laser hair removal. Lasers are powerful medical devices.