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cilttazelemeWe remedy early signs of aging on your skin , such as the spots and wrinkles, caused by the sun, wind, cold, in contact with your skin, with carbon dioxide laser, chemical peeling or micro-dermabrasion.

Your skin is prepared for these procedures by our experts and we carry out the skin care together after surgery.

During the last 50 years, women and men have spent their time more outdoors in comparison to previous generations. Outdoor recreational activities and holidays during both winter and summer have affected the skin even more. Both women and men turn to plastic surgery because of sun damage on the skin. Surgery is also required to eliminates the wholes, caused by acnes, and at the same time to reduce the risk of both skin diseases and cancer, called actinic keratoses.

If you are wondering about scraping applications, such as chemical peeling, dermabrasion, or laser skin rejuvenations, than you need to know how these applications are made and what you should expect from these applications.

For a successful plastic surgery, good communication should be established between the patient and the plastic surgeon. Realistic expectations and trust on the plastic surgeons dominance and experience on the subject should be established during the first meeting. Your surgeon will be able to give satisfying answers to the questions regarding your esthetics in detail.

Am I a good candidate for Skin Rejuvenation?

The most basic requirement is to be healthy. As with all other aesthetic procedures, and realistic expectations is a prerequisite to be in good general health. Skin rejuvenation process does not provide a perfect skin, the main aim is to provide you a skin, which looks as good as possible.

Your skin type, color, ethnicity, and age are important factors and should be considered before surgery. If you have dark skin and allergies, previous burns, a bad mark or exposure to radiation before, whether you are a candidate for this application or not should be carefully evaluated.

Before deciding on the skin rejuvenation procedure, your surgeon may suggest a skin care program. In case of a severe injury or aging, you may need multiple applications.

Deciding on the procedure

Whether you decide on dermabrasion- scraping, chemical peeling or on laser application, the selection of your plastic surgeon is important. Your surgeon will evaluate your skin at your first visit and will decide which method is most suitable for you to refresh your skin. Surgeon will inform you about the necessary preparations, risks of the procedure and will tell you what you should expect from the procedure. During this meeting, the formation of trust between the surgeon and the patient is required to obtain a successful outcome.

No matter which method is performed to rejuvenate the skin (chemical peel, dermabrasion or laser), it can not stop aging or cure facial sagging In addition, you will need to use sun screen for a long time. After deciding on the operation, your surgeon will tell you the technique , the type of anesthesia, the hospital, where the procedure will be made, and he/she will inform you about the risks and budget for the procedure. Your plastic surgeon may also recommend additional procedures to get a better result.


The skin is composed of two layers, called the epidermis and dermis. The structure of the collagen fibers within the dermis is damaged as a result of sun damage and aging. If, the superficial layer of the dermis, the papillary dermis is damaged, there will be no marks during the recovery. If the reticular dermis, deep layer of the dermis, has been damaged, the recovery will result by leaving marks. Plastic surgeon will apply in chemical peeling process one of the existing chemicals. Glycolic acid is the most mild peeling agent. TCA (trichloracetic acid) is the most powerful chemical used in peeling of the skin. The deep peelings are made with phenol.

Before the chemical peeling, the skin has to be cleansed from oils and it is cleaned with a chemical solution to penetrate deeper. Epidermis is peeled during chemical applications and the agent is applied to the superficial layers of the skin.

The dermabrasion is a surgical procedure, which soften deep scars and fine wrinkles. The surgeon may numb the area by cooling or with an injection. The surgeon scrapes away the outermost layer of skin with a rough wire brush until the surgeon reaches the safest level that will make the scar or wrinkle less visible. The size of the application area is affected by the depth of the mark or wrinkles.

Laser applications are used to eliminate wrinkles around the eyes, called crow's feet, acne scars, caused by prolonged sun exposure. The upper layers of skin are instantly vaporized by improved light beams with high-energy, obtained from carbon dioxide. The application is impossible, and it does not spread into surrounding tissues.

After Application

After the chemical peels, dermabrasion or laser application, your plastic surgeon may hide your face with a dressing. Swelling, called edema, and desquamation are normal. Oily pomades can be applied to the skin for the first ten days after application. It is normal for the rash to remain up to 4 weeks after the first recovery period. Your plastic surgeon will give you a light diet, and will recommend you to stay indoors and keep your skin away from external and extreme heat. After this procedure, it is very important to follow these recommendations. If hyperemia, excessive burning and itching occur days after application, you need to tell your doctor immediately.

Two weeks after the application, you skin will be pink, refreshed, soft and wrinkle-free. However the deflation of the pink color could take several weeks. Until there is a layer of pigment to protect your skin from the sun, protective creams should be used.

Plastic surgeons may improve the symptoms of aging skin, impairing your confidence. They can help you look the way, you feel.

Health insurance does not cover procedures, made for purely aesthetic reasons. However, significant facial deformities and accident marks may be covered by your health insurance partially or fully.