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List of Treatments

Aqualyx

- Body fat reduction (Aqualyx)

Hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Enhancement of the lip contour with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Filling „marionette” lines with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Filling and raising lip corners with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Filling deep furrows (“the tear valley”) with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Filling nosolabial folds with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Filling sunken temples with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm)

- Filling the hand skin with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Hydrobalans (Restylane Vital) face and body treatment

- Lip colour enhancement and lip enlargement with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Moisturising and refreshing of lip colour with hyaluronic acid (Restylane Lip Refresh)

- Non surgical „lion’s winkle” correction with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Non surgical bust and decollete enhancement with hyaluronic acid. ( Restylane – “hyaluronic thread”, Juvederm - „juvelifting”)

- Non surgical face lift with hyaluronic acid ( Restylane – “hyaluronic thread”, Juvederm - „juvelifting”)

- Non surgical neck lift with hyaluronic acid. ( Restylane-“hyaluronic thread”, Juvederm - „juvelifting” )

- Reduction of dark circles under the eyes and filling collapsed eye sockets with hyaluronic acid. (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Reduction of horizontal lines across the forehead with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Reduction of vertical lines around the lips with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Reduction of wrinkles around the eyes with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Rounding up face contour with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Sunken cheeks correction with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

- Upper eyelids correction with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)

Laseroteraphy

- Laser hair removal (laser Palomar StarLux 500 LuxR)

- Laser scar reduction (Palomar StarLux 500 Lux1540)

- Laser skin hyperpigmentation removal (Palomar StarLux 500 MaxG)

- Laser skin photorejuvenation (Palomar StarLux 500 MaxG)

- Laser skin resurfacing (fractional CO2 laser)

- Laser stretch marks reduction (Palomar StarLux 500 Lux1540)

- Laser wrinkle reduction (Palomar StarLux 500 Lux1540)

- Vascular laser therapy (Palomar StarLux 500 MaxG)

Aesthetic Dermatologyuse the virtual advisor Dermatologia Estetyczna Warszawa

Filling the hand skin with hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev)
How do the hand skin get old?

The transition from perfect baby skin as a child to older, wrinkled, blotchy skin of the elderly is a progressive process. This process involves all skin layers (epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous tissue) as well as the muscles which are directly under the skin. The skin becomes thinner and dehydrated as it gradually loses more and more collagen and hyaluronic acid. What is more, the hands are exposed to UV radiation and other irritant substances we come in contact with on a daily basis which contributes to numerous skin pigmentation problems. Another fact that contributes to aging processes is the atrophy of subcutaneous tissue and muscles which are directly under the skin.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a natural ingredient of human skin. It is produced by fibroblasts which form the structural framework for human tissues. Hyaluronic acid fills intercellular areas and makes perfect environment for skin cells. It is also responsible for stimulating the production of collagen and protecting all skin elements from exposure to free radicals. Hyaluronic acid also contributes to tissue hydrodynamics; it is responsible for the amount of water tied in the skin which makes it an ideal moisturizing factor. However, over time human skin begins to lose its natural resources of hyaluronic acid which affects the work of fibroblasts. Consequently, the amount of collagen decreases which contributes to the loss in its volume. This process can be stopped with a single injection of hyaluronic acid to help your skin regain its youthful look.

Products rich in hyaluronic acid

There are many products rich in hyaluronic acid. Brands available on the Polish market include: Restylane, Juvederm, Succeev, Stylage, Teosyal. Each of the brands offers a wide variety of different texture, such as Restylane Vital (light texture), or Juvederm Voluma (rich texture).
Products rich in natural hyaluronic acid (Juvederm Hydrate) are mainly used for mezotherapy which instantly improves hydration and rejuvenation of skin. Other similar products are additionally supplemented with glycerine, glicerol and mannitol which make the product perfect moisturizers.
There is a variety of different dermal fillers depending on the area to be treated, ranging from hydrating fillers which are perfect for the décolletage, smooth fillers ideal for the lips or denser fillers for volumising which are most suitable for the cheeks. Sometimes a combination of fillers are used on a particular area to achieve the perfect result.
Products which are used at Ekoderm as dermal fillers all have a proven track record for safety and so you can be assured that they are perfectly safe. We use world’s best known brands such as Restylane, Juvederm and Succeev. Every client is unique so at Ekoderm our practitioners make sure that the best possible treatment is chosen for each individual client. To enhance the hand skin we choose from a wide variety of treatments: Restylane Vital, Restylane, Restylane Perlane, Juvederm Hydrate, Juvederm Ultra 3, Juvederm Ultra 4, Juvederm Voluma, Succeev Two.

How does the treatment work?

The product rich in hyaluronic acid is injected directly into the area of the hands which need enhancement. It is distributed evenly all over the hands with special attention given to fingers and side edges. The treatment is performed with a cannula which injects proper amount of the product with a single puncture made in the patient’s wrist. This technique allows the doctor to cover a relatively large area with a fan of threads which provides support for the whole area of the hands. During the treatment the practitioner usually injects 1 ml to 2 ml of the product into each hand. After the injection, the product is evenly distributed and massaged properly by the practitioner.

Do I need local anaesthetic?

Our usual practice is to apply an anaesthetic cream (Emla) 30-40 minutes before the injection. We can also inject the puncture sites with local anaesthetic which is normally used in dental surgery so that the area feels numb and discomfort is kept to minimum. In any case, however, the practitioner needs to be informed about possible allergic reactions.

Who is the treatment for?

The treatment is designed for any woman who is unhappy with her wrinkled, blotchy hands. This usually happens at the age of 50, especially among slim women.

What are the results?

After the treatment the skin on the hands becomes firmer and all collapsed areas are smooth again. The general condition of the skin improves significantly – perfectly hydrated, the skin regains its youthful glow and helps to cover vascular changes. The natural property of hyaluronic acid is to gradually absorb water and increase its volume so the volumising result of the injection is even more distinct many weeks after the treatment. Hyaluronic acid is also responsible for the production of collagen so the final result is replenished volume, firmer and younger looking skin.

When do I see the final results of the treatment?

The final results should be expected after 3 to 4 weeks after the treatment. It is usually then that the practitioner together with the patient make the decision concerning additional treatments which are sometimes necessary, especially with deeper wrinkles. It is easier to correct such changes gradually which means that sometimes more product has to be injected after 3 or 4 weeks. It usually takes another 3-4 weeks before the final result can be enjoyed.
How many treatments do I need to see satisfactory results?

Younger patients, under 45 years of age, are usually satisfied with a single injection of 2 ml to 3 ml of hyaluronic acid. To see satisfactory results, older patients whose skin is more wrinkled and dehydrated, usually require another treatment done every 3 to 4 weeks after the first injection.

How long do I see the results of the treatment?

Satisfactory results, which have been achieved after 1 or 2 treatments, can usually be enjoyed for up to 10 -12 months. This period of time depends on the patient’s age, the power of the muscle and its work, the kind of the filler as well as the patient’s general physical condition and lifestyle. It must be emphasized that smoking and sun exposure can both significantly diminish the results of the treatment.

How often do I need to repeat the treatment?

The treatment should be repeated every 6 to 10 months, depending on how long the patient can enjoy the results. Further treatments usually require less product as the increased amount of collagen in the skin strengthens its structure and helps it look younger. Such treatments are usually called “maintenance therapy”.

Contraindications include


  • Oversensitivity to any of the ingredients, especially hyaluronic acid,
  • Autoimmune disease,
  • Susceptibility to keloids,
  • Skin bacterial infection,
  • Herpes virus,
  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding,
  • Teenagers under 18,
  • Other dermal filling treatments performed on the same area.

How do I look just after the treatment?

After the treatment you should expect the area to be a little swollen, red and tender which is caused by the filler and swelling. Puncture sites are still visible these but will disappear soon. The treated area can be swollen and tender which is caused by the filler. Shortly after the treatment hematoma and bruising may occur but these usually disappear within a few days. Bruising sometimes takes a couple of days to develop and 10-14 days to change colour and resolve with no further damage to the final result.

Before the treatment: guidelines

There is no need for any preliminary medical preparation, but patients have to be in good physical condition. One week before the treatment patients should not take aspirin or any other medication that decrease blood coagulability. We advise our patients to take aescin (Aescin 3x2tabl, Reparil 3x2 tabl), a few days before the treatment as it decreases the risk of hematoma. Patients who tend to suffer from herpes should prophylactically take acyclovir (Heviran tablets 400 mg twice a day) two days before the treatment.

After the treatment: guidelines

After the treatment you should apply a thin film of soothing gel and massage the area twice a day (use: Cicalfat, Cetaphil MD, Cicaplast Baume B5, Sensicure). If bruising occurs, it can be treated with Auriderm, Ortholan Vein, Lioton 1000 or Reparil. Finally, when redness, tenderness, hardening and bruises clear up, patients can discontinue medication and resume their usual skin care practices. It is recommended that patients use high quality skin care products with sun filter SPF50+.

How can I keep the result for longer?

At Ekoderm we believe the aftercare is just as important as the treatment itself which is why we advise patients to look after their skin properly on a daily basis. You can do it by using a high factor sun protection that will protect against both UVA and UVB radiation (SPF 30-50), as well as products which contain antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E or flavonoid and feruic acid. We also advise our patients to take diet supplements which contain vitamin C, vitamin E, coenzyme Q10 and flvonoid. It is important to refrain from smoking which is responsible for accelerating ageing processes and greatly diminishes all results of aesthetic treatments which have been achieved so far. The whole range of skin rejuvenating treatments such as medical skin peels and mezotherapy are also highly recommended.

Recommended supplementary treatments

We recommend that our patients who have been given treatment with hyaluronic acid should follow skin rejuvenating therapy. This will help to stimulate skin for better production of collagen. The therapy includes a series of medical skin peels (pyruvic acid, glycolic salicylic acid), mezotherapy with hyaluronic acid (Juvederm Hydrate) or products rich in multiple ingredients (NCTF HA, NEWEST, UP GRADE). Peels and mezotherapy should be repeated a few times every 2 to 4 weeks. Another therapy we recommend is an intensive regenerating treatment REGENERIS.
Patients who are planning the treatment should also consider resurfacing performed with the use of a fractional laser Palomar StarLux500 Lux 1540 or photorejuvenating treatment with laser handpiece MagG.

Who can perform treatments?

At Ekoderm all treatments are performed by experienced doctors trained in aesthetic medicine who have been given appropriate certificates.

Prices
Juvederm Hydrate (1 ml) 700 PLN Juvederm Ultra 3 (0,55 ml) 800 PLN Juvederm Ultra 4 (0,8 ml) 1200 PLN Juvederm Voluma (1 ml) 1300 PLN Juvederm Voluma (2 ml) 2000 PLN Restylane (1 ml) 1200 PLN Restylane Perlane (1 ml) 1300 PLN Restylane Vital (1 ml) 700 PLN
Ekoderm include: laser wrinkle reduction, photorejuvenation, elimination of discoloration (Cosmelan), elimination of wrinkles (Restylane, Juvederm, Botox), non-surgical facelift,
modeling of facial contours, skin revitalization (peelings, mesotherapy, Regeneris), dermatoscopy constituent, treatment of hyperhidrosis, treatment of alopecia, HPV vaccination.
Surgery Ekoderm
Healing and Aesthetic Dermatology

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02-593 Warsaw (Mokotów), Poland
phone: +48 604 520 011
Aesthetic Dermatology Warsaw