#LookGood and #FeelGood

Prof. Dr. Monica Alfaro Escalante

Feeling good and looking good are both very important. Helping people #LookGood and #FeelGood is a very satisfactory line of work. Many people seek consultation because of different signs of aging like wrinkles, deep creases, sun spots, skin laxity or sagging skin, even skin lesions. All of these conditions have different types of treatment options.

Some people consult to look better, more competitive in the work field, or simply to improve their personal appearance and look younger. It doesn’t matter the reason, treatment should always be focused on the condition that is more important for the patient since it will make them feel better about their appearance.

The treatments, minimally invasive, like Botox, dermal fillers, platelet rich plasma, radio frequency, fractional dermabrasion, micro needling – Dermapen, among many others, provide short term results. Minimal side effects and excellent corrective effects make seeing these changes in the patient and how they enjoy them very gratifying.

Minimizing wrinkles on the forehead, frown lines and “crow’s feet” with Botox, volumizing the lips with hyaluronic acid dermal fillers that give immediate results, always please the patient and doctor as well. Another excellent treatment is the use of your own body fat as filler for the nasolabial folds or even the rejuvenation of the back of the hands.

Even though these treatments are minimally invasive, it is very important to look for a trained doctor with knowledge and plenty of experience, who also has the appropriate personal characteristics to focus on patient needs and desires. Being able to listen to the patient and understand their wishes, fears and expectations is vital. Offering the patient a treatment plan, tailored to their individual needs, ensures the success of his or her total rejuvenation process, providing a more natural and progressive result making the patient #LookGood and #FeelGood.


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