In the last decade, the world of beauty has changed by leaps and bounds; technology has become an essential part of management and provides superior results.
Face and body design can be accomplished using lasers, ultrasound devices, focused ultrasound, and radiofrequency. Technology advances have resulted in pain-free treatments that do not require anesthesia, faster results with no side effects or downtime, and completely scarless procedures that are performed in a clinic.
When deciding on a procedure, you should consider what indications you want to treat, such as the lifting of the face, brows, eye bag reduction, jawline, and double chin reduction. High-intensity focused ultrasound, or HIFU produces excellent results. This is similar to a mini facelift and can be used for face and body lifting, particularly the abdomen and buttocks. Always keep in mind that results are not like a surgical procedure, but visible results do the talking. The technology works by tightening a muscle sheath in the face, which provides the lifting.
If we want to work on collagen generation or tightening, we can use radiofrequency. It helps to generate collagen and tightens the face, and it can be used on both the face and the body. The technology aids in the remodeling of collagen and the formation of new, fresh collagen in the skin. Lasers are beautiful devices that should only be used by a trained professional. Lasers can be used to treat pigmentation for a variety of purposes, including face brightening, scar removal, stretch mark reduction, and body rejuvenation, to name a few.
Aesthetic medicine has evolved to the point where we can provide visible results in a short period of time; however, the challenge remains that there are so many technologies to choose from, and a well-trained doctor is required because they can cause short-term side effects such as pain, irritation, and redness, to name a few.