Beautification refers to the process to embellish the face.
Our natural aging process leads to changes which are already visible from the age of thirty. With time, the basic structure of our face, the skeleton, slowly begins to reabsorb itself starting from the openings (eye sockets, opening of the nose and mouth). The suspension ligaments of the soft tissues of the face begin to stretch and lose tension, the adipose compartments are emptied and redistributed, the muscular system becomes looser and the skin progressively reduces the amount of elastic fibers and collagen and dehydrates.
These progressive changes in the tissues of our face can be slowed down by a ‘minimally invasive’ approach to aesthetic medicine. The purpose of anti-aging medicine is precisely to treat all these processes linked to the passage of time in a harmonious and combined way.
As in any medical discipline, also in aesthetic medicine we make use of an accurate pre-treatment diagnostic evaluation, with which we must evaluate not only the potential of our treatments but also the needs and expectations of the patient.
From a careful analysis of the face, it is possible to plan a treatment and ‘beautification’ path that aims to restore the harmony of the aesthetic areas of the face and to prevent and delay the aging process.
Patients may have several different needs at the same time, which can be addressed with a combined treatment that includes:
- Redesign the lips
- enlarge the smile
- Intensify the gaze
- Optimize the proportions of the face in a subtle way
- give volume to the cheekbones or to the chin
- Correct irregularities of the nose
- Attenuate the visible signs of aging
- Tone one’s appearance
- Obtain facial expression that is less sad and tired.
- Rebalance the volumes of the face.
- Improve the symmetry of the profile