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chirugia estetica

mini lift
Breast Augmentation

Breast reduction
Correction of breast deformities
Arm Lift
Thigh lift

Snow removal
excision of angiomas
excision of keratosis
fibroid excision
surgical correction of scars

fillers acido ialuronico

Its purpose is to restore volume, in particular to increase and/or restore the volume of the lips, the cheekbones, the chin, to camouflage imperfections in the back of the nose, to fill in nasal folds.
There are different types of hyaluronic acid, which differ in consistency and in the time it takes for the molecule to be reabsorbed (cross-linking). Softer hyaluronic acid fillers are indicated for the lips, harder ones for deep wrinkles or volume enhancement.

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Thanks to a specific technology of cross-linking of hyaluronic acid molecules, these fillers allow the filling of individual wrinkles, even at the surface level, and the extensive rehydration of the face, with the characteristic of being able to integrate with the tissues of the skin and subcutaneous

in a way that is completely harmonious with what are the movements and evolutions of the face. A further improvement in quality for those seeking the best results and maximum quality and naturalness.


Thanks to the most advanced hyaluronic acid injection techniques and the evolution of materials, it is possible to reshape the shape of the nose with fillers; the nose appears more regular and defined, just like after a rhinoplasty, but without surgery.

The duration of the effect varies, but in some cases it can last up to 12 months.


Preparations based on hyaluronic acid, amino acids and vitamins are used to deliver substances to the dermis that can stimulate the regeneration process, increasing water retention and therefore the firmness of the soft tissues. This improves the quality of the skin, which appears younger and less tired. Amino acids increase the production of collagen, vitamins act as antioxidants and block the oxidative phenomena that cause the production of free radicals, the consequent destruction of elastic fibres and therefore ageing; hyaluronic acid is the creator of the moisturising effect produced by the dermis. The treatment is usually carried out in 2 or 3 sessions, separated by about 15 days, during which the product is injected with thin needles at the level of the reticular dermis. It is applied to the face, hands and décolleté.


It is indicated for the temporary removal of mimic wrinkles, i.e. wrinkles caused by the action of the mimic muscles.

In particular, it is approved for the treatment of glabellar lines. In fact, there is a large body of scientific literature demonstrating safe use even in muscles such as the frontal and orbicularis muscles. There are also people who use it for the treatment of "barcode" wrinkles, i.e. the vertical wrinkles that form around the lips.The effect lasts about 4-6 months, although it varies from person to person.


Botulinum toxin is also useful for treating hyperhidrosis, especially in the armpits; it is injected intradermally and temporarily blocks the function of the sweat glands. It can also be used for palmar hyperhidrosis, but you may have hyposthenia of the hands.

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It is possible to remove the annoying skin spots caused by the sun, pregnancy or ageing by using specific substances applied to the skin to remove skin pigmentation and block the phenomena that could cause the skin to re-colour. Tricloracetic acid, cogic acid and tyrosinase inhibitors allow

a good result to be achieved in a few days. These techniques are effective both on the face and on the hands.


Through the use of pH and controlled concentration acids, the superficial layers of the skin are removed in order to restore and promote the normal recycling of the epidermal layers. This results in facial rejuvenation, biostimulation of the dermis to produce collagen, intense and long-lasting facial cleansing and a reduction in inflammatory and acne phenomena.

The products used are basically:

  • 70% glycolic acid, allows to have a regeneration of the skin of the face; it is indicated where it wants a soft rejuvenation, to reduce the sebaceous skin, to reduce acne in the active phase; it does not work on scars and acne results. It is very effective, but requires at least 3-4 applications at intervals of 7-15 days. It is applied with special brushes and a solution of water and baking soda is used to neutralise the acid. Recovery after the treatment is immediate; in the next 24-48 hours there is sometimes a minimum of skin erythema and some drier areas of skin characterised by intense desquamation.

  • 30% tricloracetic acid, effective on acne scars and for the removal of skin spots. It takes at least 15 days for the layer of skin removed by the treatment to fully recover, so the patient should be warned that he/she will not be able to show his/her face for two weeks and must be absolutely protected from sunlight to avoid skin discomfort. It should not be buffered after the treatment.

  • 50% mandelic acid, the most modern exfoliant, allows a softer and more homogeneous treatment with 70% glycolic acid, which makes it more suitable for delicate cuticles with seborrhoeic dermatitis or inflammatory phenomena.  

  • Mixtures of acids (e.g. TCA, kojic acid, salicylic acid) are mainly indicated for the treatment of blemishes.


This is an aesthetic medicine option that is useful for eliminating telangiectasias and small capillaries that usually appear on the lower limbs. Approximately 1 ml of sclerosing substance (Lauromacrogol 0.5 or 1%) is injected into the capillaries and a compressive bandage is applied

for 48-72 hours during the treatment. Sometimes more treatments are needed to completely eliminate the capillaries, especially if the affected

area is very large.


By using intradermal injections with vasodilating and draining properties, combined with the beneficial action of capillary protectors,

it is possible to reduce cellulite in the legs and buttocks.


The combination of peeling and biorevitalisation sessions improves the quality of stretch marks.

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