Gone are the days when, if you wanted to rejuvenate your skin, you were limited to strange lotions or going under the knife.
Now, thanks to incredible innovations in the aesthetic industry, you can opt for an array of non-invasive treatments that work wonders.
That said, incredible innovations and technological advancements mean nothing in the wrong hands.
Choosing the right doctor to administer a procedure is key to its success.
At Skin Renewal, their highly skilled doctors have been administering injectable treatments such as botulinum toxin and dermal fillers for many years.
Recently, they’ve started using a new technique called MD Codes™. MD Codes is essentially a blueprint for a series of injection points based on a deep understanding of facial anatomy. The method was created by Dr Mauricio de Maio, one of the world’s most pioneering plastic surgeons.
What sets the technique apart is that it doesn’t just treat an immediate concern, but takes the patient’s entire face, as well as how it’s likely to change, into account. Rather than merely smooth a wrinkle or restore volume, its holistic approach lays the foundation for a younger-looking face in the future.
If you’re undergoing a procedure at Skin Renewal, you know that you’re in good hands, which is why we looked to Skin Renewal’s Dr Graham Duncombe (below) for some advice on choosing the right doctor.
You might remember him from MOOIMAAK on kykNET.
“Knowing how to select and inject a medical product is only part of the safety process. Your injector must be fully trained in the anatomy and physiology of the treated area to inject safely and they must be capable of managing the adverse events and complications when they occur,” he says.
“The key safety points to check in a potential injector include their medical training level and their proficiency in selecting medically approved products produced in sterile laboratories that are transported and stored correctly.”
Dr Duncombe also says that you should check that the clinic you’re going to has complete access to medical emergency equipment, medications, and staff trained in team emergency response protocol.
The odds that something will go wrong are slim, but it’s important that your doctor is prepared.
“This can make the difference between a successful outcome and a dangerous incident,” he says.
Ultimately, injectables are the way forward when it comes to non-surgical rejuvenation, but your results will only ever be as good as the doctor administering the procedure.
So, choose wisely, and enjoy putting your best face forward.
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