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  • One of the most reliable signs of aged skin is an increase in the no: and depth of wrinkles on the skin.
  • Environmental & lifestyle factors that promote wrinkling include smoking, different degree of pigmentation, occupational & recreational sun exposure.
  • Anti – aging treatments available for skin wrinkles include topical medical treatments (such as vitamin A acid, alpha hydroxy acids, antioxidants & Moisturizer) and more invasive procedures as such as glycolic acids peels, deep peels, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, surgical procedures, injection of fillers and Botox are available with our best dermatologist for anti-aging treatment.

What are wrinkles?

The real concern that most of us have is that certain types of wrinkling are associated with the ageing process. In our current “pop” culture, people do not view ageing positively. Generally, the treatment of normal skin ageing that does not result in a functional abnormality is termed “cosmetic.” Most cosmetic procedures are not covered by health insurance.

Many products and procedures promise to reduce wrinkles.

Although all of our skin ages, sun exposure dramatically enhances the rate at which this occurs. Changes brought on by sun damage (photoaging) include dry skin (really roughness), sagginess, and skin growths like keratoses, lentigos (“liver spots”), and wrinkles. Just compare the skin on the face and neck of a poorly pigmented farmer to the skin of his buttocks.

Most wrinkles associated with ageing appear on the parts of the body where sun exposure is greatest. These sites are the face, neck, the backs of the hands, and the tops of the forearms. Wrinkles come in these two categories: fine surface lines and deep furrows related to muscular contraction. Some deep furrows are anatomical in nature and have little to do with ageing. Generally, it is only the ageing wrinkles that really bother people.

There are two basic approaches to the amelioration of these signs of ageing: prevention and treatment. Topical anti-aging treatment is, in general, much more effective for fine lines. There is a special form of wrinkling called “cellulite” that produces a “cottage cheese-like” appearance to the skin. Cellulite most commonly appears in the hips and buttocks of women and is due to fat deposition in certain anatomical areas in the dermis.

Factors that promote wrinkling include the following:

  • Smoking
  • Degree of natural skin pigmentation
  • Sun and ultraviolet exposure
  • Heredity
  • The loss of subcutaneous fat on a person’s body

Some of these factors are beyond our control. The main preventive measures we can take are to minimize sun exposure and not smoke. These measures can, at best, delay with the help of anti-aging treatment.

Our best dermatologist for anti-aging treatments recommend high sun protection factor SPF. Higher SPF numbers (50) are better at protecting the skin than lower numbers. Broad-spectrum sunscreens offer protection against UVB and UVA radiation (longer-wave ultraviolet light). UVA rays are abundant in sunlight and produced by tanning salon light bulbs; they may not cause immediate sunburn but do produce ageing and an increase skin cancer risk over time but there is no such thing as a safe tan. Sunscreens that block UVA indication on the label and contain ingredients such as quinones and benzophenones.

What treatments and procedures are available for anti-aging?

There are several medical (topical medicines and creams) and many invasive techniques available for ameliorating wrinkled skin. They are all effective to the degree that they change the nature of ageing collagen, they stretch the skin, fill in the depressions in the skin or they paralyze muscles that cause the skin to crease. They include both medical and surgical methods:

Medical anti-aging treatments

Vitamin A is acid (tretinoin): This ingredient, available by the prescription has the longest track record of success in treating ageing skin and fine lines. People must use creams containing tretinoin on an ongoing basis. They may produce redness and peeling at first, but people usually can minimize discomfort by lowering the retinoid cream’s concentration or applying it less often until the skin gets used to it.

Alpha-hydroxy acids: These so-called “fruit acids” include glycolic and lactic acid. The preparations containing these fruit acids are quite safe and cause no more than mild and temporary irritation. There is only subtle improvement with the help of our best anti-aging doctors.

Antioxidants: These include preparations that contain vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E, as well as beta-carotene.

Procedural options

Glycolic acid peels: These superficial peels can make a very slight difference in the intensity of fine wrinkles.

Deeper peels: These peels use ingredients like salicylic acid and trichloroacetic acid and penetrate somewhat goes deeper into the skin. The deeper peels do a better job of smoothing fine lines. The deeper the peel, however, the greater the risk of side effects such as long-lasting pigment changes (changes in the colour of the skin) and scarring.

Microdermabrasion: This refers to “sanding the skin” with a machine containing silica or aluminium crystals. Microdermabrasion does not change the skin anatomy, though it may make the face feel much smoother. Cosmetic products marketed as “home microdermabrasion” are just mild exfoliants — harmless but not likely to any produce any meaningful change in wrinkles.

Laser resurfacing: Using instruments such as carbon dioxide and erbium lasers, physicians can achieve results similar to those of dermabrasion with greater reliability and precision. A medical professional passes the laser several times over the area to be treated until the damage reaches the middle of the dermis, the skin’s second layer. This helps stimulate the body’s natural collagen synthesis (production), which plumps up sagging skin and wrinkles. Our best anti-aging doctors will perform laser resurfacing.

Our best dermatologist for anti-aging apply topical anaesthetic creams such as EMLA, as well as injections of local anaesthetics like lidocaine for anti-aging treatment. Patients may need to repeat procedures for maximize improvement. Skin takes some time to heal after resurfacing.

Fractional resurfacing: Newer lasers work through a modification of traditional laser resurfacing for anti-aging treatment. Treatments affect only evenly spaced spots surrounded by undamaged of skin. Healing is much faster than traditional resurfacing, with less “downtime” afterwards. Patients may need several anti-aging treatments to achieve full benefit.

Non-ablative laser resurfacing: Newer lasers attempt to stimulate collagen synthesis under the skin without damaging the epidermis in the skin and with our best anti-aging doctors the procedure is safe. Studies and clinical experience of ours have suggested that such procedures can improve fine wrinkles, though not as much as laser resurfacing. Several anti-aging treatments may be necessary. These anti-aging treatment procedures are almost painless and there is little or no redness, peeling, or downtime afterwards.

Heat and radiofrequency: With our best anti-aging doctors another variation of non-invasive facial rejuvenation is to heat tissue using radiofrequency devices and infrared light sources for the anti-aging treatment will be easy. Techniques are still in development, but results to date suggest that such anti-aging treatment is safe and can produce visible and lasting improvement in it, though not as much as surgical techniques like facelifts.

Cosmetic surgery: Surgical facelifts, brow lifts, and similar operations can be very helpful for selected patients.

Thread lift: In this anti-aging treatment medical professionals insert a stiff thread into facial skin in the appropriate direction and the tissue is pulled to catch on the barbs, producing a lifted view on their appearance. Whether or not this effect is sustained is controversial, but there is no doubt that in the short term there can be a modest anti-aging treatment benefit using only a local anaesthetic associated with minimal downtime.

Botox: Injection of botulinum toxin can paralyze facial muscles that produce the “frown lines” on their forehead, fine lines around the eyes, and other wrinkles for anti-aging treatment. Improvement lasts several months and patients must have repeated injections to sustain improvement has done their skin.

Fillers: We have our best dermatologist for anti-aging treatment that will inject fillers into the skin to increase volume and flatten anti-aging treatment and folds. In the past, the most popular filler was collagen. More recently, health care professionals use new filler substances made of hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, lactic acid, and autologous fat transplants because their effects can last six to nine months or even longer time.

Anyone considering any of the cosmetic procedures should be sure to consult our best anti-aging doctors first, who have experience in all of these anti-aging treatment. Patients should fully inform themselves about all risks and potential benefits of the procedure they are considering before going forward.


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  • Fillers & other advanced cosmetic technology
  • Anti ageing treatment is customized as per skin requirements & type of skin ageing