Get fresh and youthful skin and fuller lips, and fight skin ageing and sagging. At Geoplasty Plastic Surgery, we perform the latest injectable treatments with hyaluronic acid, tailored to your needs, so as to rejuvenate your skin and restore volume to your face.
What hyaluronic acid treatment is
Hyaluronic acid is a glucose polymer, a natural substance that is usually used to reduce the depth of wrinkles on the face and make then lips fuller.
Since it is a natural substance found in the body, it is a very popular choice for anti-ageing treatment, compatible with the human body.
When it is injected in the skin, it works like a pillow, holding the tissue which has loosened or has lost its volume from ageing.
How hyaluronic acid treatment is performed
Before the treatment, a detailed analysis of your face is performed and you will talk with Dr Georgopoulos so as to decide where the hyaluronic acid will be applied.
The purpose is not only to fill the wrinkles, but also to restore volume to the face. This way, we select different areas each time and use different techniques, resulting in a youthful, lifted face (known as a liquid lift).
Initially, the areas to be treated are cleaned meticulously with an antiseptic cleanser. Then, the doctor uses microneedles for the infusion of the liquid hyaluronic acid in specific areas of the face.
After the treatment, we may apply an icepack on the infused area to minimise the risk of oedema. Furthermore, we advise you to avoid touching the area being treated, so as to ensure the material remains in place.
What areas of the body it is indicated for
Hyaluronic acid is usually applied on the face. In particular:
- Cheekbones and lobes
- Around the eyes
- Lower jaw and chin
How long the treatment lasts
Session duration: 60 minutes
Number of sessions: Once per area and repeat after 1 year
In the majority of cases, you may continue your daily activities as normal.
What the results of hyaluronic acid treatment are
The hyaluronic acid treatment results last 9 to 18 months. The procedure may be repeated in the future as often as you like.
- Causes tissue hydration.
- Fills the wrinkles.
- Restores volume to the face.
- Rejuvenates the skin.
Dr Georgopoulos’ main aim is to restore volume to your face by reversing the signs of ageing that affect its shape. Therefore, he uses top materials used worldwide (Juvederm) and state-of-the art technology (Mauricio de Maio).
What the possible complications after hyaluronic acid treatment are
Hyaluronic acid treatment rarely has any side-effects, since it is a natural substance.
Oedema and redness may develop immediately after treatment, but they quickly subside.
Furthermore, there is a small risk of infection, which may be prevented if you follow the care plan and advice we give you.
Geoplasty Plastic Surgery is fully equipped, with the aim of managing any issue that may arise.
What other treatments can hyaluronic acid be combined with
For a more comprehensive result, you may combine various treatments in the same session.
For example, if you are interested in reducing the wrinkles and get firmer skin, you may combine hyaluronic acid treatment with botulinum toxin treatment and autologous mesotherapy with ρrρ or heterologous mesotherapy.
On your first appointment, the doctor will diagnose your needs and, based on these, will formulate a Geoplasty Signature Treatment plan tailored to your needs. He will select the suitable combination of treatments that can offer you the desired result without affecting one another, and eventually improve your face.
Why choose us for hyaluronic acid treatment
If you want a younger and more natural appearance and fuller lips, at Geoplasty Plastic Surgery we offer the most up-to-date and reliable non-invasive, injectable treatments. Dr Georgopoulos and the fully trained personnel of Geoplasty Plastic Surgery ensure excellent, long-lasting results, with attention to safety.
Book an appointment to find out all about the available options and personalised solutions, fully tailored to your needs:
- Call on +302108949289.
- Fill in the contact form.