There is a widespread belief that aesthetic medicine is a young field of medicine. Could it be? The beginnings of aesthetic medicine could be traced back to ancient times when the cult of beauty and youth reigned. It is true that the procedures of that time were significantly different from those performed today, but the goal was similar – to improve the appearance, comfort and quality of life of the patient.
Aesthetic medicine permanently returned in the 1970s. Her father is considered to be a doctor of French descent Jean Jacques Legrand, who founded in 1973 in Paris – the first of its kind – the French Society of Aesthetic Medicine. This branch of medicine reached Poland in the 1990s.
Aesthetic medicine is largely focused on the fight, prevention and effects of skin ageing. He also deals with the improvement of beauty defects and widely embellished.
At Dr Stachura Clinic, aesthetic medicine includes:
- Botulinum toxin (botulinum), or Botox,
- Fillers: hyaluronic acid, poly-ɛ-caprolactone-based dermal filler, Calcium Hydroxyapatite,
- HIFU – non-invasive lifting of face and body,
- Fraction Laser CO2,
- Laser hair removal,
- Non-surgical eyelid lifting,
- Laser photorejuvenation,
- Micro needle fractionation,
- Platelet-rich plasma,
- Lifting threads,
- Needle mesotherapy.