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Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmented lesions most often develop as a result of UV radiation exposure, but other factors can also contribute, such as hormonal changes or other skin problems. When treating hyperpigmentation, there are different skin care products, medical cosmetic procedures or medical treatments that can be used to fade or remove the spots.

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Rosacea

Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that is typically associated with reddish flushing, burning sensation, dilated capillaries and even inflamed nodules. Treatment of rosacea may include the use of specific skin care products, laser treatments or other medical cosmetic therapies.

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Dry, sensitive skin

Dry, sensitive skin

Dry, sensitive skin is characterised by tightness, redness, itching and irritation caused by both external and internal factors. It is essential to normalise the problem through a proper skin care routine, barrier-building and barrier-repair treatments, a good lifestyle and, if necessary, appropriate check-ups.

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Oily skin, blackheads

Oily skin, blackheads

Acne-prone, oily skin is characterised by excessive sebum production, which should be normalised and can be improved with a proper skin care routine and specific treatments. For long-term results, a combination of the two is essential.

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Scar treatment

Scar treatment

Scars can form on the skin as a result of injuries, physical trauma, inflammation, acne or surgery. There are several forms of scar treatment, depending on the type of scar being treated. By choosing the right treatment, you can improve or even make the troublesome skin lesion undetectable.

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Acne-prone skin

Acne-prone skin

When treating acne, we can take a very complex approach because in most cases it is worth treating this skin problem from several angles. After establishing a proper skin care routine and lifestyle, we also put a lot of emphasis on eliminating inflammation, repairing any hyperpigmentation and scars, and identifying internal problems.

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Neck and decolletage wrinkle treatment

Neck and decolletage wrinkle treatment

Creases in the neck and décolleté are usually the result of skin ageing. These problems can be treated with hyaluronic acid fillers, invasive and non-invasive procedures and, where indicated, plastic surgery to achieve a firmer and smoother appearance in these areas.

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Anti wrinkle treatments

Anti wrinkle treatments

The development of wrinkles is a natural process of skin ageing, which can be influenced by genetic factors, UV radiation, poor lifestyle and skin care, among other things. Wrinkle treatment can include various medical aesthetic treatments, medical cosmetic and laser treatments to improve the appearance of the skin.

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Rough and textured skin, large pores

Rough and textured skin, large pores

Textured skin and enlarged pores are often associated with increased sebum production and excessive desquamation of skin cells. These can be treated with various cleansing and exfoliating treatments and home care products. Microneedling and laser treatments can further enhance the results.

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Face


Thin or asymmetrical lips

Thin or asymmetrical lips

There are now several different aesthetic procedures available to treat thin or asymmetrical lips, depending on the results and durability the patient wants.

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Wide jawline

Wide jawline

The treatment helps to harmonise the contours of the face, improving the proportions of the face and the size of the jawline for a more feminine appearance.

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Early signs of aging

Early signs of aging

With the right treatment, it is possible to improve the texture and elasticity of the skin, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, and promote skin renewal. Early treatments can provide long-lasting results, prevent further signs of ageing and ensure a more youthful, refreshed appearance.

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Facial volume loss

Facial volume loss

A lack of volume in the face can be an anatomical condition or a sign of aging, where the skin loses its natural fullness and firmness. There are different methods to treat this, depending on the results and longevity expected from the treatments.

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Teeth grinding

Teeth grinding

Grinding your teeth has many negative effects, such as tooth damage, jaw problems, headaches and muscle aches. The treatment will reduce grinding and the damage and pain it causes.

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Sagging skin on face

Sagging skin on face

Over time skin elasticity and the amount of subcutaneous fat may decrease. These factors combine to result in lost skin firmness and sagging. This can be treated with medical aesthetic treatments, plastic surgery or collagen induction procedures, depending on the degree of laxity.

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Droopy Eyelids (Ptosis)

Droopy Eyelids (Ptosis)

There are now a number of options available to improve eyelid firmness that do not necessarily require plastic surgery. There is a wide range of both medical aesthetic and laser treatments available, where the choice can vary depending on the extent.

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Under eye circles

Under eye circles

Depending on the cause and extent of the dark circles under the eyes, there are several options for treating dark circles, fine lines around the eyes, and oedema. The effect, is a fresher, more rejuvenated, youthful appearance.

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Removing the double chin

Removing the double chin

Double chin is an excess skin fold under the chin, which is the result of localised fat deposition and sagging of the skin. It affects both men and women and can be caused by a number of factors. However, there are effective medical aesthetic and plastic surgery solutions to reduce the size and tighten the area.

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Body


Flabby stomach

Flabby stomach

The skin's natural elasticity can decrease over time, but there are a number of factors that can accelerate this process. Depending on the degree of sagging, there are a range of treatments and procedures available to increase skin firmness, muscle tone and reduce excess fat and skin.

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Sagging upper arms

Sagging upper arms

Sagging upper arms are caused by a loss of skin elasticity, which can be caused by weight gain, weight loss or muscle loss. There are many ways to treat sagging upper arms, including muscle toning, skin tightening or even plastic surgery.

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Inner thigh sagging

Inner thigh sagging

Sagging skin in the thigh area is usually caused by major weight loss, muscle loss or loss of skin elasticity. There are several treatment options depending on the degree of sagging and laxity.

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Postpartum diastasis recti

Postpartum diastasis recti

A split abdominal muscle is a common condition postpartum, where the connective tissue between the abdominal muscles stretches and separates, leading to the formation of a gap. There are many methods of treating a diastasis recti, including muscle strengthening, abdominal muscle contraction techniques and plastic surgery to help restore the abdominal muscles to their normal condition.

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Flat buttocks

Flat buttocks

Sagging and volume loss in the buttock area can be treated with medical aesthetic procedures, plastic surgery or even non-invasive body contouring treatments, depending on the final result you want.

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Stretch mark removal

Stretch mark removal

Stretch marks are caused by the elongation of the connective tissue of the skin. They often appear as a result of pregnancy, rapid growth, weight gain or hormonal changes. They can be treated effectively with lasers or micro-needling procedures.

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Aging hands

Aging hands

The first signs of aging often appear first on the hands, as the skin is extremely thin and contains less fatty tissues there, so the lack of collagen becomes visible quite quickly. With conscious skin care and well-timed treatments, we can effectively delay and even reverse or slow down the process.

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Folliculitis

Folliculitis

Folliculitis is one of the most common dermatological conditions. It is an inflammation of the hair follicle caused by bacterial or fungal infection, which develops due to the improper direction of new hair growth. Laser hair removal is a very effective way of treating the problem by eliminating the hair growth itself.

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Ingrown hair

Ingrown hair

Traditional hair removal methods, such as shaving, waxing and epilation, in addition to requiring frequent repetition, often lead to ingrown hairs due to improper preparation, which can lead to folliculitis. Laser hair removal treats the problem at the root, eliminating the growth itself.

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Post-Covid Conditions

Post-Covid Conditions

Post-COVID syndrome can be diagnosed through specific screening, which can be treated with the involvement of several specialists, and particular attention is dedicated to specific restoration and strengthening of the immune system.

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Localized fat deposits

Localized fat deposits

Genetics, diet, lifestyle and other factors can influence the development of localised fat deposits, which can be reduced or even eliminated with the right treatments, lifestyle and diet.

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Loose skin all over the body

Loose skin all over the body

After a major weight loss or pregnancy, the quality and texture of the skin can change significantly, resulting in excess skin. Conscious muscle training and professional skin tightening treatments can significantly improve the condition of the skin, but in more severe cases, only plastic surgery can provide an effective solution.

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Unwanted hair

Unwanted hair

Permanent laser hair removal provides an effective and long-lasting solution for the removal of unwanted hair, as the laser energy destroys the hair follicles, resulting in smooth skin for many years.

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Cellulite

Cellulite

There are many different ways to reduce cellulite, and in most cases, in addition to a good diet and regular exercise, targeted professional treatments may be needed. Reducing fat cells, increasing lymphatic circulation and stimulating skin tone will all help to minimise cellulite.

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Nail fungus

Nail fungus

A fungal infection of the nail is a very unpleasant and fast spreading disease, which is very important to detect and treat early, so it is worth consulting a dermatologist immediately to start an effective treatment. The more extensive the problem, the more difficult it is to treat.

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Menopause and climax

Menopause and climax

During menopause and climax, other unpleasant symptoms linked to hormonal changes can occur in women's lives. Aesthetic interventions, functional therapies and personalised infusion treatments are all available to help alleviate these symptoms.

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Enhance immunity

Enhance immunity

The aim of immune boosting is to ensure that specific vitamins and nutrients are delivered directly into the bloodstream so that the active ingredients are fully absorbed. In this way, the treatments restore the body's balance, strengthen the immune system and protect against infections and diseases.

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Hair


Seborrheic dermatitis on scalp

Seborrheic dermatitis on scalp

This chronic disorder affects many people and its disturbing and unpleasant symptoms mainly occur on oily skin areas, such as the scalp and face. With proper care and treatment of the underlying causes, symptoms can be alleviated and controlled.

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Hair loss

Hair loss

Hair loss can be the result of a variety of factors, from serious problems to simpler cases, so it is important to make the right diagnosis. There are a number of treatment options for hair loss.

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Hair breakage and thinning ends

Hair breakage and thinning ends

Over time, the scalp's blood supply and the cells' ability to divide decrease, leading to a loss of elasticity and volume. However, with proper nourishment and care of the scalp, hair can be revitalised too. However, if severe problems are present, it is recommended to consider more extensive examinations.

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Intimate


Physical changes in aging adults

Physical changes in aging adults

The changes and aesthetic problems of the intimate area can cause a number of health and lifestyle problems, including hyperpigmentation of the labia, weakening of the vaginal and genital muscles and even vaginal dryness. These problems can affect a woman's quality of life, causing pain, discomfort and sexual problems. It is important to treat these symptoms and consult a specialist for appropriate therapy.

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Intimate hair removal

Intimate hair removal

The most effective method of hair removal to avoid injuries, breakouts and infections on the intimate areas is permanent laser hair removal. This method can save you time and discomfort, and not only gives you the hairless, smooth skin you want, but also prevents ingrown hairs and folliculitis.

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