Aesthetics is a branch of medicine that focuses on enhancing the appearance of the skin, hair, and body. Aesthetic treatments can address various cosmetic concerns, such as wrinkles, scars, pigmentation, hair loss, and unwanted fat. Some of the most common aesthetic treatments include:

  • Botox and fillers: These injectable treatments can smooth out wrinkles, plump up lips, and restore facial volume. They are minimally invasive and have little to no downtime.
  • Laser hair removal: This treatment uses laser energy to target and destroy hair follicles, resulting in permanent hair reduction. It can be done on any part of the body and is suitable for most skin types.
  • Laser tattoo removal: This treatment uses laser energy to break down the ink particles in tattoos, making them fade over time. It may require several sessions and can cause some discomfort and scarring.
  • Chemical peels: These treatments use acidic solutions to exfoliate the top layer of the skin, revealing a smoother and brighter complexion. They can treat acne, scars, sun damage, and uneven skin tone. They vary in strength and may cause some redness and peeling.