Facial Aesthetics:

Hyaluronic acid – Hyaluronic acid is a substance that already exists in our body and helps to retain water in the skin, which improves its hydration and gives natural volume. With aging, this production begins to decrease and there is a loss of facial volume, wrinkles and a tired appearance. It is used to smooth furrows, deep wrinkles and restore volume and contour in areas that have suffered aging, such as cheekbones, lips (contour and volume), naso-labial furrows, naso-jugal furrow (dark circles), facial wrinkles and to restore face volume.

The result after its application is immediate. The effect lasts, on average, from 6 months to 2 years, depending on the depth of the treated wrinkle. Over time, Hilaluronic Acid is naturally absorbed by the body and does not need to be removed.

Botulinum toxin:

Botulinum Toxin is a purified substance that blocks muscle nerve signals, giving muscle relaxation. It is indicated to relax the muscles and treat wrinkles, such as the ones we see when we smile and the famous “crow’s feet” around the eyes. Thus, the application of Botulinum Toxin prevents sharp muscle contraction, a movement that causes or deepens wrinkles and facial expression lines. These applications require a periodicity that can vary from 3 to 6 months. However, the duration will depend on the patient’s skin, age, dose applied.

Implantology:

Implantology is the specialty of dentistry dedicated to restoring the function of mastication and lost aesthetics, due to the absence of one or more teeth, through the surgical implantation of “pins”, that is, titanium implants (a biocompatible material, therefore, it is not rejected by the organism) on which, subsequently, a prosthetic part will be installed to replace lost teeth.

Osteointegration occurs around the titanium implant, which is characterized by the formation of bone tissue that will incorporate this material into the body. Thus, the implants offer a stable support for artificial teeth, providing safety during feeding and speech, as the prostheses mounted on implants will not slip or change position in the mouth, in addition to providing a more natural situation than conventional bridges or dentures. 


Cardiology

It is the branch of medicine that deals with the pathology of the heart, as well as parts of the circulatory system.

The field includes medical diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects, hypertension, coronary artery disease, heart failure, heart valve disease and electrophysiology.


Fisioterapy

Physiotherapy is a health science applied to the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of functional kinetic dysfunctions of organs and systems. It studies, diagnoses, prevents and treats disorders, among others, kinetic-functional (from biomechanics and human functionality) resulting from changes in human organs and systems. Its management requires an understanding of the structures and functions of the human body. 

It is based on the understanding and study of biological and health sciences, basing its actions on its own therapeutic mechanisms, such as morphological sciences, physiological sciences, pathology, biochemistry, biophysics, biomechanics, kinesia, in addition to behavioral and social disciplines.  The objective of this area is to preserve, maintain, develop or restore (rehabilitation) the integrity of organs, systems or functions. 

 
 

 


 

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Implantology:

Implantology is the specialty of dentistry dedicated to restoring the function of mastication and lost aesthetics, due to the absence of one or more teeth, through the surgical implantation of “pins”, that is, titanium implants (a biocompatible material, therefore, it is not rejected by the organism) on which, subsequently, a prosthetic part will be installed to replace lost teeth.

Osteointegration occurs around the titanium implant, which is characterized by the formation of bone tissue that will incorporate this material into the body. Thus, the implants offer a stable support for artificial teeth, providing safety during feeding and speech, as the prostheses mounted on implants will not slip or change position in the mouth, in addition to providing a more natural situation than conventional bridges or dentures.