Facial Rejuvenation

What Is Facial Rejuvenation ?

Ageing is an undesirable, ever progressing complex phenomenon that cannot be denied by anyone. An aged face influences the individual’s personality and confidence. The various signs of ageing include droopy upper eyelids, hollowness in the under-eye area, folds and wrinkles on the face, genesis of nasolabial folds and jowls etc. Aesthetic medicine has evolved tremendously to counter many such tell-tale signs of ageing.

In this article we have explained the mechanism of ageing at various levels of face and the effectiveness of diverse non-surgical modalities like the RF Micro needling, 4D laser face sculpting, Jetpeel, Ultrasound and Radio Frequency in overcoming the ageing process. There modalities can be easily mastered through some of those non-invasive facial rejuvenation to provide excellent results to patients to relive life to the fullest.

A cosmetic surgeon's practise requires a thorough understanding of non-invasive facial rejuvenation. Non-invasive facial rejuvenation can be classified as either patient-directed or physician-directed. Patient-directed facial rejuvenation combines the use of facial products like sunscreen, moisturisers, retinoids, -hydroxy acids, and various antioxidants to both maintain and rejuvenate damaged skin. Although physicians may recommend and frequently prescribe specific products, patients have complete control over this type of facial rejuvenation.

On the other hand, physician-directed facial rejuvenation entails modalities that require direct physician involvement, such as neuromodulators, filler injections, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels. A complete facial regimen can be established, and patient satisfaction can be maximised with the successful integration of each of these modalities. This article aims to help you understand the first of a three-part series on non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures available at DYU Woman and Childcare.

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