The clinic is committed to technological innovation by introducing state-of-the-art machinery capable of analyzing and performing rapid facial diagnostics
The rise of aesthetic medicine is a trend driven by technological developments applied in the field, especially in favor of improving procedures to obtain natural results from less invasive and more efficient techniques. According to SEME, last year in Spain almost 900,000 aesthetic medical treatments were performed and about 40% of the population has undergone some type of intervention.
Keeping in mind that innovation and digitization are now priority investments in the fabric of business globally, the aesthetic medicine sector has adopted new technologies, both in technology and specialized machinery, that make procedures convenient and patient-friendly. Improves Experience.
In this way, not only is the portfolio of services being expanded with more effective techniques, but customers are also provided with accurate and real-time information on the improvement of their skin condition, which allows them to see “before and after”. provides a possibility. Its and, therefore, guarantee the efficacy of beauty treatments. In this way, it also responds to the new habits of consumers who need to be involved in at least part of the process for their full satisfaction.
skin analysis before beauty treatment
Aesthetic medicine clinics, such as Galician Graziella Moraes, are prioritizing investment in advanced technology, in order to thoroughly analyze the condition of the skin before treatment (and afterwards, to verify improvements).
Thus, for example, the firm has introduced the Observe 520X, a machine that determines a patient’s skin type and the skin problems it has, both on the surface and in the deeper layers. The fluorescence technology applied provides a specific visual assessment, which allows to choose the ideal treatment and to examine “before and after”.
“An in-depth analysis of the skin is an essential part of treatment and advice in order to meet the needs and expectations of our patients. We apply our technology which we have developed on the basis of state-of-the-art technology and we always give priority to well-being. individual, so care and gentleness throughout the process are essential for a good result”, says Dr. Grazila Moraes says.
fluorescence technology to analyze the skin
The process involves observing the condition of the facial skin under different types of light, where each will highlight damage at different levels of depth. This will help the aesthetician diagnose conditions related to secretion (such as acne), pigmentation (sun spots, freckles, discoloration, etc.) and texture (wrinkles, sagging, pores, etc.).
Thus, each patient can undergo the test and observe their skin under daylight, real UV (which shows, for example, sun damage caused by not using sunscreen), Wood’s lamp ( for areas where fat accumulates), cross and parallel polarization (to see aging and spots and wrinkles, respectively). Once the images are obtained, they are shown and explained to the patient so that, subsequently, the ideal treatment can be sought to improve the condition of the skin or delay its aging.
“Non-surgical interventions, such as chemical peels or laser resurfacing, as well as non-invasive ones, have become very popular. And sometimes the results to the human eye can seem subtle, but thanks to technology, professionals are able to improve tests. And the progress of aesthetic treatments”, says Graziella Moraes.