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What is Skin Rejuvenation?

In addition to wrinkles, aged skin can also lose its elasticity over time. The following explanations can be made for the question “What is skin rejuvenation?” Wrinkles can develop in any part of the body, but are most common on the face, neck, arms and belly. The thinning of the epidermis, the upper part of the scalp and the decrease in the amount of collagen cause the skin to sag. Aging of the face and the formation of wrinkles are not any health problems. Some lines can even improve your appearance by giving you a new facial character. Everyone’s skin ages and can develop differences in appearance. The decrease in collagen synthesis that occurs over time can cause the skin to lose its elasticity. This varies with individual living conditions, exposure to sunlight, air pollution and various lifestyle patterns.

Thinning and drying occurs on the skin that has lost its fluid volume and cannot maintain proper moisture. The loss of moisture can give the skin wrinkles and an aged appearance. “Skin rejuvenation” refers to treatments used to look younger, but cannot completely reverse the effects of aging. Skin resurfacing procedures help regenerate younger, more attractive skin by removing the most damaged outer layers of skin, revealing healthier-looking underlying skin, and encouraging the formation of new, healthy skin cells.

Who Should Do Skin Rejuvenation Treatments?

There are almost hundreds of different skin rejuvenation procedures in Turkey. While many of these technologies are great, it’s important to remember that the component that has the most impact on the results of cosmetic medicine is your doctor. This applies to both non-surgical skin resurfacing procedures and cosmetic surgery. Some skin resurfacing procedures should only be performed by a board-certified cosmetic surgeon. Deep chemical peels and various ablative laser treatments are examples of this. A highly skilled nurse or licensed esthetician can safely and efficiently perform other treatments such as micro needling, light peeling, and microdermabrasion. Because the skills required to perform skin resurfacing treatments vary by treatment, you should use your treatment under the supervision of a licensed, specialist dermatologist and select a dermatologist who is highly skilled in medical skin care. When talking to a prospective dermatologist, ask how many times he or she has applied the specific treatments you’re considering. In our health center, we have aesthetic doctors with all the competence and equipment.

Additionally, you should ask your dermatologist about your skin type and not consider working with specialists who have concerns. This is very important both for your safety and to ensure that the treatments you receive are successful in achieving your goals.

What are Laser Skin Rejuvenation Treatments?

Lasers use high concentrations of light energy beams to improve skin tone, texture, and appearance. “Laser skin rejuvenation” is one of the most popular and preferred applications today.

How does Laser Skin Resurfacing Rejuvenate the Skin?

  • It helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles,
  • It is used to remove brown spots, redness and discoloration to achieve a more even skin tone,
  • It has the feature of tightening the skin and increasing the formation of collagen,
  • Removes acne and surgical scars,
  • It is used to remove unwanted facial or body hair.

What is Ablative Laser?

Ablative lasers remove the outer layers of the skin, allowing new skin to develop in its place. The wavelength of the light determines how deep the laser will penetrate; Our plastic surgeon will choose the most suitable laser treatment for you based on your skin type, goals and the nature of the problem you want to address. Today, an increasing number of cosmetic surgeons are using fractionated lasers, which take only part of the skin in the treatment area. This allows the laser to safely penetrate the deeper layers of the skin, resulting in more effective results with less downtime.

-What are Non-Ablative Lasers?

Non-ablative lasers are lasers that do not damage the skin surface. Instead, they encourage the development of new collagen and help restore skin’s natural firmness and tone by warming the skin below the surface. Although slower to act than ablative lasers, these treatments usually require less downtime and can have long-term rejuvenating effects.

Laser resurfacing can provide long-term benefits. It takes months for the full results of new skin cell and collagen formation to appear, and it may take several weeks for permanent adverse effects of the treatment, such as pink skin in the treatment area, to disappear. However, as each patient is unique, post-treatment results may not appear at all or may take weeks. At this stage, your plastic surgeon will help you learn about the many laser resurfacing treatment options available to you.

-Does Chemical Peels Help Skin Rejuvenation?

Another method to renew the skin is to use a chemical solution that causes the outer layers of the skin to peel off. Chemical peels are what cosmetic surgeons talk about. Chemical peels are usually done in the office of a cosmetic surgeon or a properly trained esthetician or nurse. During the treatment, a solution is applied to your skin or massaged and left there for a certain period of time. Damaged skin layers are gradually peeled off in the days after the treatment, revealing smoother, younger-looking skin.

-What is Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation?

Non-surgical facial rejuvenation” methods, which are preferred by individuals who want to avoid surgical intervention while gaining an attractive appearance, are among the most popular applications of recent years. Especially effective in skin regeneration, procedures can be used for many years with correctly planned session repetitions. While non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures, which slow down the aging process and provide superior aging, are becoming more and more popular, it is recommended for those who want to look more natural and younger.

-What are Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Methods?

Non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures are performed in various ways by plastic surgeons and experienced dermatologists. There are many options that can be given to the question “How to rejuvenate the skin“. Non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures can be used to achieve a younger skin by removing wrinkles, sagging in various regions, fine lines and other age deformations. Among the most popular apps:

  • Face lift face mesotherapy with lock strap filler injection,
  • Applications for youth vaccinations,
  • Salmon DNA Applications,
  • Botox treatments,
  • Endopeel applications can be counted as spider web machine operations such as face lift with Thermage, face lift with targeted ultrasound or gold needle procedure.

Nonsurgical treatments are the best option for people who fear asymmetry, discomfort, and other consequences, or who don’t want to be numbed. A comprehensive evaluation is required before treatment, as different demands may develop for each skin type. You can visit our health center to determine the most suitable procedure for professional skin structure and demands and to design an application plan.

What is Permanent Facial Rejuvenation, How is it done?

Although a facelift is generally seen as a cosmetic operation, it can sometimes be considered as a medical need. We can no longer argue that women prefer permanent facial rejuvenation surgeries, which are usually performed for cosmetic reasons. There is no age limit for facelift treatments. Thinking that the person needs it, feeling that his own face is getting old, and realizing that the face has lost its dynamism as a result of the evaluation are the leading factors that lead to this surgery.

In addition to the non-surgical and injectable methods for facelift tape and facelift, surgical facelift is an option. If the person applies due to need or aesthetic dissatisfaction, if deformations such as loosening and sagging of the skin are detected as a result of the specialist physician examination, it is not difficult to eliminate these problems with permanent facial rejuvenation surgery. With the advancement of technology, both the cost of such surgeries and the speed of completion of the surgery and post-operative process increase the preferences in this direction. When planning the procedure, first of all, by looking at the youth images of the patient, it is determined how aging develops, where and in what direction there is deformation on the face.

It is widely accepted that the skin is simply stretched during facelift surgery. However, this is not the case. With a precise and effective process, not only the skin, but all skin layers are shaped in three dimensions. With the skin incision, the connective tissues, mimic muscles and loosened tissues under the skin are intervened. By touching these deep tissues under the skin, the loose and sagging parts are brought to their proper positions on a normal face and the existing abnormalities are eliminated. One of the most frequently asked questions about facelift operations is whether there will be any scars afterward. Since face lift surgery is performed with small incisions of 1 to 2 millimeters in endoscopic procedures and remains in the hair, there is no trace of any scar. Since these incisions are located in front of and behind the ear and the natural lines of the face are placed between them, they heal over time and become inconspicuous in traditional procedures.

What are the Prices of Facial Rejuvenation?

Facial rejuvenation prices vary according to the application. Personalized facial rejuvenation treatments consist of various procedures and application prices vary according to the number of sessions. Please contact us for more information and to choose the most suitable permanent or non-surgical facial rejuvenation application for you.

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