Aesthetic Medicine

The damages that we infringed to our skin are cumulative and many of them begin to an early age, becoming only evident around the fourth decade of our life. His first signs are the tired aspect and ajado of the skin, and the increase of the lines of expression in the forehead and around the eyes. The appearance of these represents a shout of aid of our skin, that it demands then of a specialized and opportune aid, on the part of the doctor. Otherwise, the process of premature aging or senility of the skin could become something irreversible, requiring then more aggressive measures for its correction, as it is the case of the plastic surgery. The Aesthetic Medicine looks for to compensate and to resist the elements anti-natura presents in the contemporary style of life and that accelerates the cutaneous aging, telling within its therapeutic resources with the BOTOX that, among others we can say that it is a noninvasive solution, designed to give back the freshness to the face without altering the face characteristics. Others who may share this opinion include Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. This allows to recover an image natural and healthful, of an effective way, safe and reasonable.

So that, although the aging (senectud) is a natural process, aging prematurely (senility) it is not it. In this last case, the measures of aesthetic compensation, can take back clock of our personal appearance. It is here where the Aesthetic Medicine comes in our aid with the application from the BOTOX with a character Pro Natura inasmuch as it helps to take care of and to protect the face of a deliberate form, to favor the fullness of the physical experience. To take care of and to maintain the image that the Nature gave us are a fabulous form to enjoy our relations we ourself and the others. If it wishes more information on this subject it can communicate on our telephones: 912 755 014 and 663 863 678, or to write to our mail:, where with pleasure we will take care of to him.

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