Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) is an advanced skin rejuvenation treatment that helps restore the skin's integrity by stimulating collagen production in the dermal layer. By focusing on the targeted areas, this therapy plumps up specific areas of concern, promoting the natural reproduction of collagen, fibroblasts, and elastin. As a result, the skin feels smoother, supple, and tighter. At Elation, our Collagen Rejuvenation Treatment is designed to remove wrinkles, fine lines, tighten the skin, and reverse dullness into a shiny, glowing complexion. We use the latest Collagen Rejuvenation Treatments (CRT) such as Radio Frequency and Micro Needling to ensure that our treatments are completely safe, effective, and results-oriented with no side effects and minimal downtime. Our specialized doctors perform the procedure, and patients can resume their normal activities right after treatment.
Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job or nose correction, is a type of plastic surgery that involves reshaping the nose. It can alter the size of the nose, change the angle between the nose and upper lip, refine the tip of the nose, and correct any bumps, indentations, or other defects. Essentially, it is an aesthetic procedure that can dramatically enhance the appearance of the nose and overall facial features.
A double chin refers to the accumulation of excess fat beneath the chin, resulting in the appearance of an additional layer of tissue in this area. The condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including aging, poor diet and weight, genetics, and posture. There are several treatment options available to address this issue, such as Mesotherapy, Liposculpting, and Kybella. These treatments aim to eliminate excess fat and sculpt the chin and neck area to achieve a more defined and youthful appearance.
The sagging of skin is caused by two age-related factors: the depletion of collagen, which provides skin its elasticity, and the reduction of facial fat, which results in drooping skin.
Ptosis, or droopy eyelid, is a condition where the upper eyelid droops downward. The causes of ptosis can be due to aging, genetics, or eye damage. Treatment for ptosis depends on the underlying cause and may include surgery. Surgery can be used to tighten the levator muscle or repair the levator aponeurosis, which can help raise the eyelid and improve the appearance of the eye.