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If you want a minimally invasive treatment, which allows you to eliminate imperfections of the eyes without undergoing a real surgery, non-surgical blepharoplasty could be the right solution for you.

This innovative aesthetic medicine technique is at your disposal at the Haquos center, where a team of highly specialized doctors will be able to show you all the applications.

Every decision for your body comes from the awareness of the results you want to achieve.

Trust the experience of the Haquos Center and book your personalized consultation

What results does it give?

Treatment aimed at reducing:

  • wrinkles

  • excess skin of the eyelids, face and body

  • epidermal spots

  • small angiomas

  • benign skin neoformations of various kinds (fibroids, nevi, warts, xanthelasma, dyskeratosis)

  • hypotrophic and acneic scars

Non-surgical blepharoplasty can also be aimed at removing tattoos.

What kind of treatment is it?

Non-ablative surgical treatment, i.e. that does not include a scalpel, capable of creating an electric arc that, at the epidermal level, sublimates the tissues.

This heat transmission on the skin leads to the definitive elimination of some tissues and therefore of the affected imperfection.

How long does it take to see results and how often is the treatment repeated?

The results are definable only in the consultation phase, same thing for a possible repetition of the treatment.

Haquos' specialized medical staff is at your disposal for an orientation consultation, illustrating procedures and results, always with particular attention to your real needs and expectations.

How is the treatment carried out?

Due to its non-surgical nature, this treatment is performed on an outpatient basis without anesthesia.

Non-surgical blepharoplasty lasts about 30 minutes and does not require hospitalization, so the patient can resume their daily activities in complete peace and safety.

What time of year is it recommended to carry out the treatment?

It is advisable to undergo the treatment in autumn, winter and spring. Once the non-surgical blepharoplasty has been performed, it is in any case not recommended to expose the treated area to the sun or to tanning lamps to avoid annoying skin irritation.

Safety and Quality

Non-surgical blepharoplasty involves morphological and dermatological tests before being carried out, if necessary some tissues will be analyzed at histological level to eliminate the hypothesis of malignant neoformations such as, for example, melanomas.

Patient safety is top priority at the Haquos medical and cosmetic surgery center, to guarantee a beauty path that is up to the patient's wishes but also to the very high safety standards of the medical staff.

Ask now for a consultation with an expert from the Haquos staff and start your journey

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