Aesthetics and Rejuvenation

The aging process is something inevitable. But there are methods to delay its appearance or slow down its evolution. In our center we are pioneers in the application of tissue regeneration treatments -Endoret®-, aimed at improving the skin's consistency, hydration and luminosity.

Our professionals are also experts in oculoplastic and reconstructive treatments, such as blepharoplasty, which eliminate bags and wrinkles that appear on the eyelids and around the eyes.

Tissue regeneration (Endoret®)

It consists in the extraction of blood to undergo an innovative treatment through which it is possible to separate and extract proteins with great regenerative power. Subsequently, these proteins can be used in different ways:

Microinfiltrations: From 35 years old as preventive treatment, to slow down the aging process of the skin, or from 45 years old, for regenerative or corrective purposes, small microinfiltrations can be made on the eyelids and the entire area surrounding the eyes . With this we rejuvenate our face, increasing the consistency of the skin, making it smoother and brighter.

Microinfiltrations can also be performed on the scars generated during eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) to accelerate the healing process.

Treatment of dry eye: The serum extracted from the patient's blood can be packed in single-dose units to be applied as eye drops and treat different pathologies, including dry eye syndrome.

The main advantage of all these treatments of tissue regeneration is that when using the patient's own blood the possibility of rejection or appearance of side effects is almost zero.

Blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery

It is the surgical technique to eliminate bags, wrinkles and excess skin that forms around the eyes with age. The surgery is painless, ambulatory (does not require hospitalization) and is performed only under local anesthesia. In some cases it is necessary to make compressive bandages to avoid the unsightly effect of bruising, so the patient can stay in the hospital for a few more hours. Around the fifth day after the intervention, the stitches are removed and a few days later, the recovery is practically total.