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Non-surgical Blepharoplasty Using Plasma Technology, an Australian Experience

This week, we have our guest contributor, Dr Maysa AbuLaban from Perth, Australia to share with us her post course experience. After attending multiple courses led by IFAAS, she implemented knowledge learned and started to introduce plasma technology in her clinic, Al Nour Clinic in Perth, Australia . Let's hear her personal experience with non-surgical blepharoplasty using Plasma for tightening and lifting of the periorbital region. Overview The eyes have always been a centre of attention for aesthetic work. On one hand, they are the prime means of nonverbal communication, and the first to attract attention on anyone’s face. On the other hand, they are the first to show signs of aging, from

Double Chin Correction Using PDO Super Tornado Threads - Exclusive Video

There are many effects that may indicate signs of ageing, and such effects are often considered undesirable, with many patients seeking cosmetic and aesthetic augmentation procedures to correct theses effects. Submental Fat (Double Chin) One of the most highly demanded requests by patients is the removal and reduction of unwanted submental fat (SMF) near the neck/chin area. Aesthetically, excess SMF causes a "double chin" effect in patients, and this can be unappealing, as it disrupts a patient's general beauty proportions. Yet, conventional methods of reduction such as liposuction are often invasive and requires extended period of time for recovery. Effects of PDO Super Tornado Threads When

Malar Bone Enhancement Using Collagen Boosting Threads - Exclusive Video

Traditionally, facelift surgery to correct facial ageing is an elaborate and complicated procedure that takes a long time to recover from. However, with the right techniques and a good understanding of the different thread types and their uses, it is possible to deliver effective results in patients through non-surgical thread lift methods by enhance cheek bone effects using collagen boosting threads. Sagging in Facial Areas As we age, our facial support structure may weaken due to the reduction of mimetic muscle function, loss of skin elasticity and/or increase in fat mass causing the affected areas to sag, thus resulting in a sunken or “aged” look. This effect is usually more evident in th

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