Facial rejuvenation

Aesthetic surgery is an ideal solution for pronounced physical imperfections, but also for fine wrinkles or marks left on the face by severe acne for example, dermabrasion and laser treatments are appropriate remedies

Informations about the medical procedure

A non-invasive and highly effective procedure is dermabrasion, perhaps the oldest aesthetic intervention used to rejuvenate the skin, reduce wrinkles, scars and unsightly pigmentation. Practically, with the help of specific tools, the superficial layers of the skin are removed by abrasion, thus stimulating the production of collagen and a new layer of stem cells. Following to the procedure, the patient should expect to show some brown crusts that will begin to withdraw as with the fourth day and will disappear entirely after eight to ten days.

Dermabrasion can be linked with procedures of fat injection (lipofilling) in order to restore the three-dimensional volume of the region, but also with chemical peeling procedures.



One or two hours


The use of a local anesthetic is required or even general anesthesia.


Complex combined procedures may require 24 hours of hospitalization.

Side effects and surgical risks

After the intervention, the patient may feel a slight discomfort in the face, and the skin will become red. Following strictly the doctor's instructions, many of the side effects associated with this procedure can be removed. Increase or decrease of the skin pigmentation in the treated area, are risks to be considered.

After surgery advice

From the first day after the dermabrasion, the patient will have to apply fat creams, then regenerating and moisturizing creams with a high sunscreen factor (SPF 50).


The procedure is not recommended to patients with an olivaceous complexion due to the increased risk of hypo pigmentation and the ones who are prone to hypertrophic scarring. The doctor may refuse the procedure to patients with condyloma or other infections.


The skin recovers in full after this procedure within 14 days at most, but the skin will regain its natural pigment in about three months.