As the elasticity of the skin decreases with age and volume decreases, the fold between the nostrils and the corner of the mouth , the so-called nasolabial fold , deepens more and more. This deeper expression is caused on the one hand by the loss of volume in the cheeks and cheekbones , but also by the general breakdown of supporting fat deposits and the body’s own hyaluronic acid .
The independent doctors in the HY STUDIO can either fill and smooth the nasolabial folds by placing the hyaluronic acid in a targeted manner and/or lift and tighten the slack skin by building up the cheekbones .
The independent doctors at the HY STUDIO will analyze in detail which treatment is the right one for you and achieves the most beautiful, most natural effect . A wonderful result is then created with the utmost care and precision.
A treatment with hyaluron usually lasts 30 minutes .
Immediately , with the full effect occurring after 7 to 14 days .
6 to 18 months (depending on lifestyle, hereditary predisposition and skin condition).
Lighter sports such as jogging or yoga are allowed on the following day . Strenuous sports only after 48 hours . Contact sports should be avoided for 1 week .
Treatment day: No make-up.
1 week: No spa, hammam, jacuzzi, pool. No strong UV radiation. No local pressure (e.g. masks, pillows, crash helmet).
2 weeks: Apply sunscreen with SPF 50 daily. No (facial) massages, peelings, facials.
The best thing to do is come to one of the studios for a non-binding consultation and see together with the independent doctor which treatment is best for you.
Just call us on 030 / 9212 4822 or make an appointment online!
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*The prices quoted are calculated according to the individual wishes of the patient and the respective circumstances in each individual case on the basis of the GOÄ, whereby we agree on a fee amount that deviates from the GOÄ with the patient. The services mentioned do not belong to the catalog of services of the statutory health insurance companies and/or health insurance companies and are therefore regularly to be paid for at the patient’s own expense.