The most objective representation of aging is wrinkles , which are generated by the expression of our face. Those expressions that demonstrate our feelings and make up the true universal language.Over time, the balance between expression and youth is broken and the battle wins the expression we have used most. Some of these may be anger, surprise, tiredness or the very lines around the eyes, which are marked by smiling and we call “crow's feet.” The situation is that our face is dynamic and we don't want to immortalize a wrinkle that does not represent us. Rather, we prefer to show different feelings according to the moment.That is why today we are going to demystify some questions about BOTULINUM TOXIN; the most popular treatment of recent times and which has excellent results for reducing expression wrinkles. “ BOTOX inflates the face.” FAKE. It has no filler effect, on the contrary, it is a treatment that gives a relaxed look and removes expression wrinkles for about 6 months. “ When the effect of botox fades, the face falls off.” FAKE. The duration of the effect will depend on each person, since it is not the same if a person gestures much or little. It will last less if it is more expressive. But the face will return to the same state, or it may even look better, with the sum of the sessions. “ Increasingly young people are applying it to him.” TRUE. It was observed that not only treats wrinkles, but prevents them, that is why youth/adults perform this treatment when the first lines of expression appear. “ She's got botoxedlips.” FALSE A much-heard expression. When a lip is deformed, they probably have applied filler to it with a bad technique or with an unharmonious proportion. But I repeat, it is a treatment for expression lines, so it does not fill.*It is always important to do it with an expert doctor in aesthetic medicine.For more consultations or myths about treatment, leave your comment!
Luego de terminar su formación como médica generalista en el Instituto Universitario CEMIC, realizó el posgrado de Medicina Estética en el Instituto Pinto, título avalado por la Sociedad Argentina de Medicina Estética, por la Universidad Kennedy y la UIME en Europa. Su búsqueda por el perfeccionamiento en la materia la llevó a realizar sus prácticas en el Hospital de San Isidro en la especialidad de Dermatología durante el año 2016 y a su vez formar su propio centro, CS MEDICINA ESTÉTICA en Nordelta, del cual es directora médica desde el 2015 hasta el día de hoy. Continúa actualizándose y asistiendo a congresos nacionales e internacionales para estar a la vanguardia en esta profesión que la apasiona.