what you need to know about the most popular rejuvenation procedure


12/31/2023 22:12

SMAS lifting, or non-surgical lifting, is now gaining popularity in the field of aesthetic medicine, promising skin tightening without rehabilitation and long-term effect. Experts from the clinics “Professor Yutskovskaya” and “Dr. Aesthetic” talk about the pros, cons and subtleties of this procedure.

What is SMAS lifting?

SMAS is the “superficial muscular aponeurotic layer” that unites all layers of the face. This is the fabric on which the clarity of the contours of the face and neck depends. The hardware SMAS lifting procedure is aimed at tightening this layer and improving the appearance of the body.

Advantages of SMAS lifting:

  • The procedure is one-time, lasts 1-1.5 hours and provides an increasing lifting effect.
  • Suitable for face, neck and other areas of the body.
  • There are no visible signs of rehabilitation.
  • Does not damage the skin surface, there are no restrictions after the procedure.
  • The effect is noticeable immediately and lasts from one to two years.

Dangers of SMAS lifting:

A highly qualified doctor and precise positioning of the device are required.
Risk of damage to blood vessels and nerves located under the SMAS.
How is the SMAS lifting procedure performed? Focused ultrasound acts at the SMAS level, creating micro-zones of coagulation without affecting the epidermis. This leads to contraction of connective tissue and creates a lifting effect.

When is the result visible?

The final result becomes noticeable after 2-3 months. Repeated procedure has a cumulative effect, improving the structure of collagen and elastin.

SMAS lifting seems to combine effectiveness, minimal restrictions and long-term results, making it an attractive choice for many.

Author Angelina Efremova

Angelina Efremova – freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru, student at Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov

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