Aesthetic Medicine

Our skin not only protects us, but presents our external selves to the world, which is why we tend to expend much effort in preserving a healthy, fresh appearance.  As the years pass, the production and renewal of skin slows down, the facial structure capitulates to the ravages of time, exposure to sun, and smoking.  Our skin becomes older, loses its elasticity, and wrinkles and creases begin to appear.

Moria Periodontal Center has integrated aesthetic treatments into
its services, offering the most advanced solutions available worldwide for overcoming the marks of time without surgical intervention.

The following treatments are often to men and women:

  • Filling wrinkles
  • Shaping and
    thickening of lips
  • Filling hollows,
    correcting acne scars, and restoring facial volume
  • Reshaping loose neck
  • Skin rejuvenation

Injected substances

Injected substances to overcome a wide variety of aesthetic concerns has increased vastly throughout the world during recent years, and continues to grow steadily.

Despite such substances being broadly used, there is still much
lack of clarity over the different types and the final outcomes each produces.

The two injected materials used are: filling agents, and relaxing

Muscle relaxers

The two materials used for muscle relaxation aesthetics, as
approved by the USA’s FDA for clinical use, are Botox and Dysport.  Muscle relaxers eliminate facial wrinkles by blocking the connection between bone and muscle.  The obstruction causes the muscle to relax temporarily, resulting in the disappearance of the wrinkle created by the muscle’s movement.  As an example, raising our eyebrows is an action linked to forehead muscles.  Injecting Botox into the area of these muscles relaxes them and causes the horizontal worry lines across the forehead
to vanish.

In recent years, Botox has also been used in the lower face areas;
to relax neck muscles; to lift the corners of the mouth; and to reduce the wrinkles between the side of the nose and the upper lip.

Multiple scientific publications repeatedly support the high level
of safety with Botox.  Most importantly, a trained physician will use the correct dosages and space the sessions to ensure successful treatment.


Fillers are injected into wrinkles and the fine lines of the face, such as those around the corners of the mouth, or the hollows between the nose and mouth.  They are also used to add volume to cheeks, chin or lips.

Fillers subdivide into two kinds: temporary and permanent.  The former are absorbed by the body and disappear from the injected area within 6 to 24 months.

Most temporary substances are based on natural materials such as hyaluronic acid and collagen. This means that the percentage of complications deriving from injections is particularly low.  Among temporary fillers are Perlane, Restylane, Juvedern Ultra, Surgiderm, Teocyal, Hylaform, Radiesse, Silicon, and Biological-Alcamid.  Each has its own unique advantages and after-effects.  Permanent fillers are defined as prostheses and are certified only when injected by a plastic surgeon.

Please fill name field
Please enter the numbers: Please enter the numbers
Please enter the correct digits
Your message was sent successfully