Aesthetic Medicine

Hyaluronic Acid, the new implant?

By Dr Hugues Cartier  In the near future, hyaluronic acid could have a new role to play. Interview with Dr Hugues Cartier* Might hyaluronic acid have a role to play in implants in the near future? Dr Hugues Cartier : Actually, it already does, as a biostimulant. We can already remove tissues […]

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers and facial medical Strobing: the “less is more” concept.

By Dr Frédéric Braccini, MD “Less is More” technique The “Less is More” technique distinguishes between static and dynamic facial planes, allowing for natural expressions, positive patient image, an artistic analysis that encompasses the entire face including untreated facial units.  Aesthetic medicine is a rapidly evolving field that comprises certain […]

Oval, neck and décolleté, the techniques that work!

Dr Ghislaine Beilin As the face ages, we notice a loss of elasticity and a reduction in the skin’s thickness, as well as increased tonus when the muscles are at rest.  Nowadays, it is inconceivable to treat the face without also treating the neck, oval and décolleté. It is the […]

Using hayluronic acid and tensor threads together to treat the oval

Dr Olivier Claude An attractive oval is a sign of beauty and youth that is often one of our patients’ primary requests. A personalised aging analysis enables us to offer the best treatment plan to correct this key area. There are, broadly speaking, eight main face shapes: round, square, rectangular, hexagonal, heart-shaped, […]


The LifeViz® Micro is the first, portable, 3D imaging system to analyse microstructure skin measurements Being able to visually track progress with reproducible images is priceless in treatment evaluation. By adding measurements and data to the system, the 3D LifeViz® Micro upgraded with the 3D Track® module is a comprehensive […]