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Surgeons

Facials

Revitalize your skin with our advanced facial treatments, where we combine cutting-edge technology with personalized care to help you achieve a radiant, youthful complexion.

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"I've struggled with uneven skin tone and acne scars for years. After just a few sessions of the SKINMEDICA Vitalize Peel at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Center, my skin has never looked better! The team was professional, and the results are truly life-changing."
Patient, Polyclinic Plastic Surgery

Overview

Overview

What is a facial?

A facial is a multi-step skin treatment that includes cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and nourishment, tailored to your skin type and concerns. Regular facials are essential for maintaining skin health, addressing specific skin issues, and achieving a glowing, youthful appearance.


Benefits

Benefits

While the specific benefits will vary depending on the type of facial you get, here are some of the general benefits you can expect:

  • Improves skin texture and tone
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Clears clogged pores and reduces acne
  • Enhances skin hydration and elasticity
  • Promotes even skin tone and diminishes discoloration
  • Stimulates collagen production for firmer skin

Candidates

Who is the ideal candidate?

The ideal candidate for our facial treatments is anyone looking to improve their skin’s appearance and health. Whether you have specific concerns like acne, uneven skin tone, or signs of aging, or simply want to maintain a radiant complexion, our facials can be customized to meet your needs.


Recovery

Recovery

What can I expect from recovery?

Most of our facial treatments involve minimal to no downtime, allowing you to return to your daily activities immediately. Some treatments, like chemical peels, may cause mild to moderate peeling that lasts a few days. Our team will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions to ensure optimal results and a smooth recovery.



Options

Facial Treatment Options

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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SAFETY OF BREAST IMPLANTS DURING PREGNANCY

Breast augmentation patients planning to bear children often wonder if pregnancy will affect or even damage their implants. While pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding do cause the body to undergo tremendous natural shifts, every woman will experience these changes differently, and the changes often differ even from pregnancy to pregnancy for the same mother. Swelling of the breasts during pregnancy is natural, as is the volume loss that occurs after breastfeeding. For some, these fluctuations are dramatic while for others they are subtle.

In either case, the breast implants are not damaged and their structure and integrity hold throughout this exciting and life-changing time. The breasts play a central role in the transformative biological process of giving birth and as they pass through the many phases involved, the implants themselves are not affected or compromised.

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