Facial harmonization without a cake recipe: Dr Fernanda Nichele talks about the professional’s responsibility in the procedure

The specialist explains about filling the cheekbone region and the care that must be taken for the procedure to be successful.

We often see comparisons of photos before and after harmonization and not infrequently come up with comments such as: “I preferred it before”, “It looked like so-and-so” etc. Dr. Fernanda Nichele, a physician specializing in the aesthetic area, post-graduate in Advanced Aesthetic Dermatology, says that the professional must be responsible and make a coherent assessment of the patient. with jaw filling, for example, can create a sinking effect in the middle of the cheek and can often be done in an exaggerated way, leaving certain areas of the face too marked, depending on the technique. So, many procedures may have been performed, sometimes poorly indicated or poorly performed”, he points out.

Dr. Fernanda Nichele believes that the result is the responsibility of the professional. “We need to know how to appreciate what is beautiful in every person, just as we need to know how to cover up features that are not so pleasing to the eye, what I see today are ‘cake recipes’ repeating on people’s faces become”, he emphasizes.

In addition to technique, the special emphasizes the importance of good taste. “If the professional responsible for the treatment, in addition to mastering the technique, has a refined aesthetic sense, it is unlikely that he will leave patients with unsatisfactory results,” he explains.

Dr Fernanda Nichele says there is also the possibility of reversing a harmonization that did not please the patient. “Even with so much information and even if the patient has done good research and chosen a good professional, in case he regrets it in the future, nowadays we also have techniques to reverse a facial harmonization, in cases where the application of hyaluronic acid is used, for example, the reversal of the procedure takes place through the application of a hyaluronidase enzyme, which is able to break down the filler.

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