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Cirugía Plástica Ibero-Latinoamericana

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MANUELL LEE, G. R.. Facial mesoplasty: Mini-invasive facial progresive sculputure: Cutaneous restructuration like antiaging technique. Cir. plást. iberolatinoam. [online]. 2008, vol.34, n.1, pp.41-50. ISSN 0376-7892.

When we think about aging, many questions come to our minds. How to avoid it? How to decrease this terrible and irreversible process imposed on us?. Over the past years I have studied the causes of aging and how to restore the skin and to eliminate the death of the cells. In my diverse studies, a technique was used to reverse and stop many of the stages of the aging process in more than 300 patients who didn't want to rejuvenate through aggressive surgeries. The right nutrients like vitamins, co-vitamins, and co-factors were applied from inside of the skin and made it possible to slow the aging process. The common mechanism that causes aging surely is associated with time; however, exposition to toxics, poor of lack detoxification, and solar irradiation are factors among others that change and block the metabolic process. The technique consists on providing and feeding the skin locally with the right nutrients from inside the skin; if cells are deficient in all nutrients and if they are damaged; if so, then a rich nutrient plus lineal hyaluroniuc acid in different concentrations are used depending of the damage degree, and to create columns of tension with the reticulated hyaluronic acid that tenses the areas. The study has been performed with more than 300 patients during 48 months approximately. The results were outstanding in 60.8%, very good in 27.02%, moderated in 11.48%, no changes in 3.37%. The side effects were 12.5% with some bruises in the area of application, 14% had some pain in the area during application, and 1.25% had a reaction with edema. This technique is simple, secure, effective, and is able to delay aging and the most important, it may avoid rejuvenating by multiple surgeries, and prepare the skin for other complementary methods like radiofrecuency.

Palabras clave : Facial resurfacing; Antiaging; Mesoplasty.

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