Stretchmarks

Stretch marks are scars that occur when the skin is stretched out and then suddenly shrinks typically when a quick weight loss occurs. Hormonal fluctuation seems to play an important role as well as genetic predisposition.

HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR STRETCH MARKS?

Stretch marks can occur due to a vigorous growth spurt during puberty, pregnancy, rapid weight gain or loss, or a rapid increase in muscle mass following intensive muscle training. We can help you to improve their aspect; however there is no available treatment that will eliminate them completely. Following an initial consultation, we can tailor our solutions to your needs and your age. Our anti-stretch mark techniques:

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OUR SOLUTIONS

LASER FOTONA SP DYNAMIS PRO

The SP Dynamis Pro laser from Fotona is a state-of-the-art, innovative and high-performance laser using 2 complementary wavelengths. For treating stretch-marks we use
fractional Erbium-YAG (ssuperficial penetration).

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RADIESSE®

Radiesse® is a filler and biostimulant. It produces an immediate contouring and lifting effect thanks to the very viscous and elastic gel matrix. The formation of a firm collagen network within the skin will result in the shaping and remodeling of the dermis, thus obtaining a firming of the skin and an improvement in its quality. For stretch marks, skin laxity and cellulite we use diluted Radiesse®

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BTL EXILIS 360°

The BTL Exilis 360, combining monopolar radio frequency (RF) technology and ultrasound, offers great treatment versatility with its 2 handpieces. One handpiece is intended for the treatment of skin laxity (periorbital, face, neck, arms and forearms, knees). The other handpiece treats excess localized fat (abdomen, hips, thighs) as well as skin laxity.

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DERMAPEN 4 ®

Microneedling is a technique that involves making multiple micro-perforations in the skin, using the Dermapen, so as to create channels down to the dermis: these micro-lesions stimulate the fibroblasts to produce collagen and elastin fibers thus regenerating the skin.

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