Facial Esthetics

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Facial Esthetics

Facial Esthetics





IPRF Therapy

Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers




After the age of thirty, the skin loses its natural tonus. 3D mesonites are one of the methods to prevent further sagging and help maintain its healthy freshness.

What are 3D mesonites?

3D mesonites are biodegradable fibers that resorb within 48 months. At the place of injection, a collagen net spreads and tightens the skin. The final result of the therapy is not only lifting and tightening the of the skin, but making it softer and smoother as well. The greatest advantage of this particular treatment is that the newly formed collagen begins to create its own natural fibers after the initial resorption.

Mesonite Therapy Procedure

Before the treatment, we schedule a consultation session with our medical team of experts where we designate the precise region to undergo the treatment. The treatment begins by applying a local anesthetic so as to avoid discomfort and pain caused by needle insertion. At the place of injection, only small spots are left that recover only a few hours after the procedure.

We achieve instant results, but the full effect of the treatment is expected after two months. The end result is a perfectly natural look, with no loss of mimicry.

The most commonly treated regions
  • the upper face
  • the lower face
  • the middle third of the face

We recommend this treatment for nasolabial creases, horizontal forehead creases, as well as the wrinkles between the eyebrows.

Who Needs the 3D Mesonite Therapy?

The treatment is intended for both sexes. There is no age limit – the limit itself depends on the state of your skin. The average age is generally 35 and above.

This sort of treatment is recommended for persons with a weaker skin tonus, deep creases, and saggy skin.

The Number of 3D Mesonite Treatments and Contraindications

Only one 3D mesonite treatment is enough to achieve the desired appearance. It is possible to repeat it in two years, if needed.

The 3D Mesonite treatments are not recommended for persons with blood disorders, skin infections, eczema, strong allergies, autoimmune diseases, or oncological disorders.

IPRF Therapy

What is PRF?

PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) is a thrombocyte-enriched fibrin, an element of blood that affects growth factors. We use it in the head and neck region to improve marrow regeneration, as well as to enhance the healing process of surgical wounds made during oral, periodontic, and implant procedures, as well as for facial esthetics.

What is the IPRF Procedure?

PRF treatments begin with venipuncture. The extracted blood centrifuges in vials without additives so we get a 100% natural mixture that we apply to the skin. Stem cells and growth factors represent a new method of skin rejuvenation and regeneration, based on the patient’s own blood. They promote the growth of fibroblasts and keratinocytes, which play an important role in creating new blood vessels, which in turn leads to creating new tissue.

We use the IPRF therapy for:
  • reducing forehead creases
  • reducing wrinkles around the eyes (crow’s feet)
  • reducing wrinkles between eyebrows
  • reducing nasolabial creases
  • reducing laugh lines
  • treating acne scarring
  • treating labial herpes
  • promoting hair growth

Redness, swelling, and pain in the treated area may occur after the procedure.

These symptoms recede within a couple of hours. Immediately after the treatment, the patient can return to their daily schedule.


The treatment is done once a month. Already after the very first treatment, we can see improvements in the skin. It is necessary to do three treatments over the course of three months. After that, the procedure can be repeated once a year.

Who Benefits from IPRF?

This type of treatment has proven to be highly effective in regenerating the skin of the face and neck, increasing lip volume, removing acne scarring, reducing bags under the eyes, and improving hair growth. It is also recommended to patients that suffer from herpes.


This type of treatment is not recommended to patients with autoimmune diseases, thrombocyte disorders (such as thrombocytopenia), chronic liver disorders, as well as pregnant women and patients undergoing anticoagulant therapy.


Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers

What is Hyaluron?

Hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan – a completely natural substance that already exists in the connective tissue. Its role is to connect water cells and enable skin hydration. Hyaluronic acid begins to resorb with age, leading to wrinkles and creases.

Who Benefits from Hyaluronic Fillers?

This treatment is intended for all ages.

We recommend you to start the treatments as soon as you notice the first wrinkles. That way, we can regulate them and prevent them from deepening. Hyaluron treatments should be repeated annually.

Regions we can treat with hyaluronic acid:

    • face
    • neck
    • cheekbones
    • cheeks
    • libs
    • forehead and nose wrinkles
    • wrinkles around the eyes
    • nasolabial creases and laugh lines
    • minor scarring
Hyaluronic Acid Treatment Procedure

We begin the treatment by applying a local anesthetic to the designated area in the form of a cream.

After that, we apply the hyaluron. The procedure itself is simple. It takes no longer than fifteen minutes, after which the effects are immediately visible. The recovery time is short, and you can return to your daily schedule soon afterwards. Mild redness, swelling, or itching in the treated area may occur immediately after the procedure. With lip fillers, the swelling can persist for several days. Until the swelling and redness recede, we advise you not to expose yourself to the sun, tanning boots, and very low temperatures.

  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Persons who were previously allergic to such treatments
  • Hyaluron should not be applied to the same place where nondegradable substances have been injected before (such as liquid silicone).

Avoid taking aspirin and vitamin C several days before the treatment, as they increase the risk of bruising. Completely avoid exfoliations.