Dermatology and Injection Treatments
Each accurate dermatology diagnosis must be followed by an effective treatment. The range of dermatology treatments is rather broad starting from creams through medicinal courses to injection, freezing and radio frequency knife treatments.More
The purpose of cream treatment is to restore the epithelial layers of the skin and the barrier, to reduce inflammation, to prevent the multiplication of infectious pathogens and to fade any scar or patches developing as complications. Medicine taken orally is used for a similar purpose because, contrary to local treatment, medical drugs are more suitable for treating a large number of symptoms or deeper layers of the skin (e.g., fungal infection of nails) in patients who do not respond to external treatment or in general diseases that also affect other organs.
Skin surface formulae, thickness of the epithelium, patches, viral growths and pre-cancerous conditions, not requiring surgical excision, may be removed with freezing and a radio frequency knife. Prolific scars, mimic wrinkles (botulinum toxin) and deeper wrinkles, sunken areas (hyaluronic acid) are treated with injections.
Filling the soft tissues of the face has become a dominant part of aesthetic dermatology leading to excellent results either as a single treatment or combined with laser or botox treatment. New, reliable and safe fillers appear on the market all the time, which are not only suitable for filling wrinkles but, by treating deeper tissues, also for shaping the face. With these new fillers, even the zone around the eye known as the lacrimal duct zone, the lips, the chin, the area about the jawbone and even the nose may be shaped.