Minimally invasive procedures to tighten and lift skin give natural results with minimal risk and recovery time. Monopolar radiofrequency delivers a high-frequency electric current—tissue resistance to electrical current results in volumetric heating to the deep dermis and underlying tissue. The resulting heat leads to immediate collagen contraction and a delayed wound healing response, with new collagen formation up to 4 to 6-month post-treatment. INITIALLY, the FDA approved monopolar radiofrequency (RF) devices to treat periorbital wrinkles. Since then, they have been used to treat laxity of the forehead, cheeks, nasolabial folds, marionette, lines, jawline, and neck. Although the results of RF are not as dramatic as a facelift, over 90% of patients obtain noticeable tightening of the treated areas, and it never looks “pulled.” Another benefit of radiofrequency is reducing fat and tightening the skin by directing energy to target collagen. For example, a patient with flabby upper arms may have more loose skin than fat in this area. In this instance, Prof Moawad might use radiofrequency to tighten the skin first and then remove excess fat. However, if he determines that there is fat mainly in an area, he will remove the fat first and then tighten the skin afterward. “Radiofrequency is a versatile procedure that can be used on any area of the body – from large areas like the abdomen to minimal areas such as the chin – with the same degree of success.
Skin moles removal results depends on location, size, and depth of moles. Most moles appear on the surface during childhood and adolescence. Moles will grow as the child (or teen) grows. Some moles will darken, and others will lighten. These changes are expected and seldom a sign of melanoma, the most severe skin cancer. Here are three facts that can help you find melanoma soon and get treatment. If you see a mole or other spot that is growing, itching, bleeding, or changing in any way, at once, make an appointment to see a dermatologist. Most moles do not require treatment. A dermatologist will remove a mole that: is bothersome (rubs against clothing, etc.), unattractive to a patient, and suspicious (could be skin cancer). After a mole is removed, the skin will heal. If the mole grows back, make another appointment to see your dermatologist. The recurrence of a mole could be a sign of melanoma, the most severe type of skin cancer.
Hair loss treatment for women begins with a complimentary video-microscopic hair density test and digital documentation to calculate and monitor results. MSI offers two drug molecules (i.e., 5% minoxidil solution and finasteride) to stop hair loss and regrow hair. Minoxidil, finasteride, vitamins, and trace elements are injected during a mesotherapy treatment session. Growth Factors for hair regrowth are added to our cocktail when mixed with Platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Several-time weekly application of a laser-emitting device (LED) to "stimulate" hair growth of existing miniaturized hairs is one of the new light therapies for hair loss. The most recent hair preservation and restoration treatment is the newly introduced combination of mesotherapy, infrared technology, oxygen therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and nano fat or micro fat (stem cell therapy). Penetration of PRP and nano fat or micro fat is eased with microneedling, dermal roller, or fractional radiofrequency. Hair transplantation is at the forefront of developing these applications. Recently an increase in female patients requesting lowering the frontal hairline or lowering the height of the forehead is in demand. Besides, I can successfully treat a variety of conditions with hair transplantation. Scarring of the scalp and hair loss due to traction can be repaired with hair transplantation. Finally, hair transplantation can successfully restore hair to the eyebrows, eyelashes, or pubis.
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