WHAT IS AESTHETIC MEDICINE?
Aesthetic medicine is made up of medical procedures indicated for enhancement of your physical appearance with minimal invasion or no invasion.
Aesthetic medicine goes beyond your dermatologist or plastic surgeon. It is a booming change in modern medicine. It is cosmetic medicine with a different name. It helps with aging lines or scars, wrinkles, liver spots, unwanted hair, skin discoloration and much more: it keeps your appearance youthful therefore it is a blooming trend.
BEFORE THE PROCEDURE
Before undergoing a medical aesthetic procedure, it is essential you speak with a doctor to asses your health and skin condition making sure you don’t have any underlying medical conditions that may cause serious side effects. Only then you can consider an aesthetic medical procedure.
WHAT PROCEDURES DOES AESTHETIC MEDICINE USUALLY INCLUDE?
Since aesthetic medicine is a broad term, here is a small list of some of the procedures this term covers:
• Administration of neurotoxins & dermal fillers
• Chemical peels
• Cosmetic dermatology treatments
• Body contouring and Treatment of Cellulite
• Hair transplant
• Hair reduction
• Scar treatment
TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION
When you consider aesthetic medicine, the benefits are quite often seen to outweigh the risk involved to have a better appearance and a better self-esteem. Also, with all the benefits you can pretty much build and structure your body the way you wish, with limited risk. The demand for this is getting bigger with every passing day. That also means, as patients, we have more options to choose to work with a doctor or to use creams and such ourselves.
NO MATTER WHAT
Some of the procedures can be done yourself, making the process non-invasive. But that does not mean you don’t have to speak with a doctor about proceeding forward. For your health and safety, always consult your doctor. It is also crucial that you research the matter and find what is right for you – with so much information available this wouldn’t be difficult.
WHY DO AESTHETIC MEDICINE?
Most would consider undergoing aesthetic medical procedures to improve their physical appearance. The others, who survived cancer or surgery, may wish to hide a scar or unwanted reminders of their hardship. Whatever your reason, do a thorough research and make an informed decision.