With age, the process of changing the skin of the face inevitably occurs, the skin loses elasticity, becomes drier, wrinkles appear. If at a young age a systematic reduction facial muscles does not leave noticeable traces, then at an older age, in connection with the deterioration of skin elasticity, facial wrinkles are inevitably formed. Such manifestations of old age frighten many people, especially women.
Face zonesmost susceptible to the formation of facial wrinkles:
- horizontal, sometimes in combination with vertical, forehead wrinkles;
- vertical wrinkles over the nose;
- wrinkles (crow's feet) in the outer corners of the eyes;
- radial wrinkles in the near-mouth area;
- chin wrinkles and labial folds;
- wrinkles of the neck.
With age, the process progresses more and more, wrinkles become static and there is a need for correction of age-related changes in the face. Correction of age-related changes in the face - This is one of the main tasks that cosmetologists and plastic surgeons have to solve every day.
In modern cosmetology, various methods are used for correction, the choice of application is based on the person’s age, acceptability of the method, which is directly related to the lifestyle, health status, the presence of concomitant pathologies from the internal organs, individual facial expressions of each individual person, as well as many others determining factors. It could be like surgical facelift thread facelift (thread lifting) and non-surgical correction methods.
The purpose of the initial appointment with a cosmetologist
The main task is to develop an individual correction program so that it meets the patient's wishes as much as possible. On primary admission The following tasks should be solved:
- clearly formulated desire for those goals and objectives that the patient plans to achieve with the help of a doctor;
- identify those medical technologies approved by Roszdravnadzor that may be used in the process of achieving the objectives;
- establishing the availability of logistics for their use;
- elucidation and determination of the presence or absence of contraindications to the use of planned medical technologies.
It is also necessary to discuss with the patient the issues of compliance with general measures: diet, physical trainingcompliance with the rational regime of wakefulness and sleep, etc.
Methods for correcting age-related changes in the face
Surgical facelift (eyebrow lifting, circular face plastic, blepharoplasty)
Surgery in which face skin tightening, removal of excess skin and subcutaneous adipose tissue, and other actions are carried out as a result of which elasticity returns to the elastic fibers of the facial tissues. The operation takes place under local anesthesia, the patient is hospitalized for 1 day. After 3-7 days, the bandages are removed, and the recovery process begins, which takes 1-2 weeks.
This is an exposure based technique. light flux on all tissues and layers of the skin. It can complement or precede surgical correction of the face. This new and unique method allows you to smooth out fine wrinkles in several procedures, increase skin turgor, visibly improve complexion and manifest lifting effect. Using photorejuvenation, they achieve the disappearance of senile vascular formations and age spots. This method is also used to combat freckles, which with age can merge into spots, giving the face an unhealthy color.
The essence of lipofilling is the transplantation of the patient’s own adipose tissue, which allows you to eliminate nasolabial folds, adjust the shape of the chin and cheekbones, simulate the contours and sizes of the lips. Lipofilling allows you to achieve a tightening effect and eliminate disadvantages such as drooping eyebrows, chin sagging, blur face contours.
Other non-surgical methods include: injections botulinum toxin or skin fillers, autologous fat transplant, chemical peeling etc. Such correction of age-related changes in the face does not give a permanent effect and after some time, such procedures should be repeated.