Hyperhidrosis can have physiological consequences such as cold and clammy hands, dehydration and skin infections secondary to maceration of the skin. The disease can also have devastating emotional effects on one's life.
The affected people are constantly aware of their condition and try to modify your lifestyle to accommodate this problem. This can be disabling in professional, academic and social life of the individual, causing constraints. Many routine tasks become impossible, which can psychologically exhausted people with the disorder.
This intervention is carried out to improve the aged appearance of the forehead (frontal) to reduce deep wrinkles of the skin of the forehead and around the eyes, achieving a more youthful appearance and less tired.
Currently this intervention is possible, in most situations, via endoscopcia, using only 3 to 5 small incisions (1 to 2 cm) in frontal and temporal regions, scalp, near the hair implantation line.
The deep structures are treated, and the muscles and ligaments are sectioned and / or repositioned, jointly raising adjacent structures, promoting a more youthful and pleasant appearance of the upper portion of the face.
The rhytidectomy or facelift is surgery that aims to reposition the facial structures, restore volume and remove the excess skin that appears with aging, softening the effects of time on the skin.
The goal of surgery is to give the face of the patient a natural look healthy and rested not with surgery stigmas as a fully stretched skin.
Implant or hair transplant is an option for men and bald women who still have bulky yarn and elastic behind the head. The patient's own hair serves as a donor: is removed from the leather at the time of surgery and implanted, thread by thread, the follicles (where born each) of the bald area. But those who resort to surgery must continue treatment to avoid falling in the healthy part.
With modern techniques currently available, the chances of success - grow wires in the affected area and get the look natural - reach 95%.