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Anti-aging treatments to roll back the years.

A dermatologist is a doctor that deals with the skin, nails and hair. Treatments can include the following:


Fractional Laser Technology

Advanced CO2 fractional laser technology is considered the most effective laser for combating wrinkles, aging, acne scars, and many other skin imperfections.

By using DEKA’s latest laser technology, treatments are performed in total safety, without any undesirable side effects and with drastically reduced recovery times. During the process of removing imperfections in the skin, it is important to know that your skin is completely protected by DEKA’s advanced technology. Click here for full information.

Platelet-rich Plasma

Blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets. As a concentrated source of autologous platelets, PRP contains several different growth factors that can stimulate healing of soft tissue, giving very impressive results.

This treatment is used to enhance skin softness, hydration, rejuvenation and to replenish the skin’s natural glow. Click here for full information.

Plasma enhances tissue growth


Wrinkles are caused by muscle activity, especially those that contract during facial expressions. The most common use of botox treatments is to temporarily lessen the appearance of these facial wrinkles and is ideally focused on the eyebrows, crowfeet wrinkles and forehead lines.

Botox injections normally take between 3 – 7 days to see the full effects.

Botox last an average of 5 – 6 months, although every patient is different. With regular use of Botox, problem wrinkly areas gradually fade away. Please click here for full information.


One of the most common and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures is that of soft tissue fillers, also called dermal fillers. A filler is a substance that the doctor injects into your face. The choice of filler depends on factors such as your skin texture and condition, metabolic factors, doctor preference and also your preference.

Fillers are sometimes called a “liquid facelift” by a dermatologist because they can give you results similar to a surgical facelift, including giving you a fuller face and plumper lips, while improving shallow contours or softening facial creases and wrinkles. During the procedure, the dermatologist uses a number of small injections and gently massages the treated area. Treatment will normally take between 30-60 minutes. Please click here for more information.

Surgery Perú - Filler


This technique is used to remove dead cells from the surface of the skin and promote new cells to grow.

Americans had more than 1 million chemical peels in 2015. A chemical peel uses chemicals to remove one or more layers. New, undamaged skin then grows, potentially improving the appearance of pigmentation, acne, light scars, blemishes, fine lines and wrinkles.

There are normally three categories in this area:

1. Superficial peels are used by the dermatologist to remove only the top layer of skin cells and can take only a few minutes, although your skin may feel tight for a couple of hours after the procedure. This is a temporary treatment and should be repeated in 5 – 6 months.

2. Medium peels remove the skin cells from the top and middle layers of the skin. During the application of this peel, patients could feel some sensitivity and the skin may change to a temporary red or brown color after treatment, before returning to normal again. Treatment is normally required once per year to maintain the effect.

3. Deep peels affect the skin right to the lower part of the dermis. This peel can be left on the face for up to around 30 minutes and can cause a type of freezing sensation. However, this is often a one-time treatment and under normal circumstances does not need to be repeated.



This process removes the upper layers of the skin by using a wire brush or diamond wheel which rotates quickly to take off and remove the top layers of the skin. Once complete and as the skin heals, new skin grows to replace the skin which was removed during the dermabrasion procedure.

The face is the most common site for treatment, but other areas can also be treated.

This procedure is begun by cleaning and marking the areas to be treated. A local anesthetic is usually used to numb the skin and possibly ice packs are also applied. This makes the skin firm enough to be treated and if a full face dermabrasion is needed, then sedation might be an option for you.

We cannot possibly list every treatment our doctors perform and many other treatments are also available. Please contact us if you do not see what you are looking for.

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