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Crow's feet, wrinkles, nasolabial fold sagging, freckles, prescribed depiglow, hylugel, list of medicines. Is this required?

I am59 yrs old woman. Have consulted cosmetologist to eliminate my crow s ft,facial wrinkle ,sagging of nasolabial fold & cheeks,age spots+freckles. She started doing MDA wit A10z+ dermaroller with hyluronic acid & cytokines. Gave medicines;Cap Depiglow,hylugel,sunban, serum C25,Avon toner,georgeous face wash,melacare,Depiwhite masque. Will you please advice me all these are necessary for my complaint ?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon 's  Response
Hello Anna!

The problems you have are caused both by volume loss (deep naso-labial fold, sagging cheeks) and surface texture abnormalities (superficial wrinkles, spots & freckles).

It is therefore prudent to restore both volume and skin texture to achieve optimal result.
This in my opinion would involve use of a filler like juvederm or fat injections for volume restoration; and, LASER resurfacing for skin texture and superficial wrinkles.

Of course, a good skin care regime must follow these to help the results last longer.

Best Regards,
Dr. Sharad Mishra
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Dermatologist Dr. Praveen Rodrigues's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there Anna.

It is very difficult to opine whether all these medications are required or necessary for your complaint.

One needs to have 'visual ' or photographic evidence of your face & problems before opining.

Depending on where you reside, please do get another dermatologist's opinion on the ground closest to you. You may take the help of the HCM directory for this.

Am surprised no injectable volume expanding injections, intradermal injections to correct crows' feet or carboxytherapy has been advised.

A lot of the products seem to complement each other & as such, unclear to me how they have been advised to be used but as i always say in cosmetology, these things are tailor made for individual patients' & it all depends on that particular doctor's repertoire, expertise & skills!

Here's wishing you a youthful countenance & good health! Cheers!

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Venereologist
Vikram Hospital, Bangalore, India.
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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