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FACIAL REJUVENATION

Facial rejuvenation treatments help improve the appearance of wrinkles, expression lines, dark spots, or other skin imperfections that are evident with the normal aging process.

There are different techniques and procedures to achieve skin rejuvenation. Mark Medical Care offers some treatments, such as botulinum toxin, facial fillers, the combination of ultrasound and radiofrequency BTL Exilis Ultra, cell nutrition and a vampire facial to help improve the skin appearance of your face in a short time.

Rejuvenation treatments are created, with visible results, and without the need for plastic surgery or disability time.

BOTULINUM TOXIN

Botulinum Toxin Type A is the active ingredient in XEOMIN that helps reduce the appearance of…

FACIAL FILLERS

Facial rejuvenation treatments help improve the appearance of wrinkles, expression lines, dark spots…

VAMPIRE FACIAL

Vampire facial is a treatment that uses the Platelet Rich Plasma present in the patient’s blood, which helps stimulate…

FACIAL REJUVENATION WITH EXILIS ULTRA

With age, facial skin loses elasticity and tonicity, causing wrinkles and sagging skin begin to be noticeable…

DOUBLE CHIN REDUCTION

Many factors cause the accumulation of fat under the chin and neck, but not all of them are related to …

Wrinkles around the mouth or barcode lines

Vertical wrinkles around the mouth, also known as barcode lines, are expression lines formed due…

Wrinkles around the mouth and nose

LLines around the mouth and nose are a sign of the normal aging process as a result of …

LIP AUGMENTATION

Full lips are not only a sexy feature to highlight the face, but they also bring youth to…

Hands Rejuvenation with
radiesse

With age, the skin of the hands becomes thinner, and the loss of its elasticity makes the veins, dryness and…


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