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Filler Injections: Beauty as a Craft

They have long been the gold standard in aesthetic dermatology. Even if the hyaluronic acid fillers that are injected today are adapted in their molecular structure to the various facial areas or tissue structures, an experienced doctor is still needed. He oder she is the best guarantee for the desired result. Real craftsmanship and experience is required, especially in order to optimize the areas around the eyes, cheeks and forehead. Our interview partner Dr. Marion Runnebaum is an expert when it comes to filler types and special injection techniques. The German M.D. is not only a practicing dermatologist in Jena, but also coaches doctors. Hyaluronic acid fillers and botulinum toxin for facial rejuvenation and wrinkle treatment are the gold standard in aesthetic dermatology. What leads to a good result in your opinion? The practitioner’s know-how, the art of thinking aesthetically and of course the materials. Especially in the filler world, it is crucial to use a safe material. Here, hyaluron is still first line therapy for me. And only here is a reliable antidote available , i.e. an antidote like the hylase, to dissolve hyaluron in the tissue if necessary. In the case of botulinum, the doctor alone decides which skills to use to “soften” a face. This is my favorite word for botulinum, “blur” and not freeze. What has changed in the field of beauty optimisation in the past years? We can fall back on over 20 years of experience with botulinum and hyaluron. That was unthinkable in my early days but has now become standard. Combined treatment and, above all, being able to holistically perfect a face is the trend today. By holistic I mean being able to deal with skin, fatty tissue, muscles and also the changes in the bones. What are the differences of the various hyaluronic fillers? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an amino acid, i.e. the basic building block of all proteins. The name is misleading because it is not an acid. Uncrosslinked hyaluronic acid is very fluid and not stable in use, i.e. the durability in the tissue is then only 24 hours. That certainly improves the moisture of the skin, but nothing more. HAs are made durable by networking them. Depending on the crosslinking and the technology, both of which are well-kept secrets with the respective companies, the different HAs for the respective areas in the face are produced synthetically.Unfortunately, the market in Germany is extremely overloaded.… weiterlesen

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