Aesthetics

Aesthetic medicine is an inclusive term for specialties that focus on improving cosmetic appearance through the treatment of conditions including scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, moles, liver spots, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration, and spider veins. It also includes necklace lines, hair regeneration, pigmentation etc.

While there are many time-tested solutions for many of these problems, we at Life Alive believe “ less is more” when it comes to esthetics. In the quest for providing the latest and safest methods to achieving a graceful esthetic out come we employ the most exclusive and safe technologies (North American) primarily using Nano- fractional radiofrequency and pulsed electro magnetic fields for a predictable and long lasting effect. Technology in combination with our guidance on lifestyle medicine and ethical practices, help us deliver happy clients.

Technologies Used

We use latest, safest, cutting edge advanced Technology. No pain, No downtime, No surgery

Dental aesthetics/smile correction

You are never dressed without a smile says the American writer, director and Lyricist Martin Charnin. It is also the key, which opens many doors. That being the importance of a smile.

Today with the advent of Social Media and Smart phones, your smile could be everywhere. Since your face is being photographed more often than before, wouldn’t you like to wear a beautiful smile?

MSR Dental Surgery specializes in Aesthetic Dentistry and Smile Correction. Even half an hour is good enough to change your smile for the better.

Stretch mark correction

Stretch marks, or striae, are basically a type of atrophic scars. They are being formed for various reasons: pregnancy, sudden weight loss, continuous hormonal therapy, rapid growth during pubertal growth stage. Reasons are abundant, yet possess one common feature – rapture of collagen fibres or sudden decrease of collagen synthesis. Collagen fibres form the framing of our skin and are responsible for its endurance and elasticity. Currently over 20 different collagen types are identified, with only two types being instrumental in the skin structure: type I and type III. They form the framing of our skin. Type III collagen fibres can significantly stretch as well as contract. Type I fibres stretch insignificantly and break thereafter. Prevalence of type I collagen fibres signifies the skin predisposition to the formation of stretch marks (Fig.1). The percentage ratio of the two collagen types is genetically inherited.

With our unique technology combining Radiofrequency with PEMF and Nano fractional RF we can reduce stretch marks by 50-60%, provided consistent weight is maintained. This is the best hope that is there so far for stretch marks given the complexity of the pathology as explained above

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