- sagging face contours
- addition of lost volume
- lift of oral corners
- face harmonization
- improvement of side profile
After local anesthesia, the doctor carefully injects adequate amount of cross-linked hyaluronic acid deep into the subcutaneous, which results in lifting the face contours and smoothing out wrinkles. The face gets a more harmonized look and the signs of tiredness disappear.
The procedure itself takes about 20 minutes – depending on extent of the treatment. The longevity depends on the area of treatment – lasts 6 months to several years.
- longer remaining swelling
- risk of intra-arterial application
Due to the effect of gravity and ageing our skin becomes less elastic and loses volume which shows by saggy skin in the lower part of our face, in the chin and jaw area. Current solution – surgical lifting – lifts the skin upwards and to the sides. 3D vectoring, however, besides the lift upwards and to the sides uses a third dimension – so called front projection, which consists in addition of lost volume. Vector is a geometrical object defined by length, direction and orientation. We can imagine it as an oriented line, i.e. a line with marked beginning and end. The procedure is performed with aid of atraumatic micro cannulas, which are relatively new to the aesthetic medicine. Their use became more popular approximately 2 years ago. The practice showed that use of the cannulas traumatizes the tissue less, decreases the risk of bruising and increases patient’s comfort.