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Holistic Approach in the Aesthetic Medicine

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First associations related to the aesthetic medicine usually hover around rejuvenating and revitalising treatments. Nevertheless, not everyone realises that the purpose of the contemporary aesthetic medicine is a two-way effect. On the one hand, a correction of imperfections, on the other hand, an influence on well-being and health of the patients. Find out how to combine efficiently these two worlds!

Holistic approach – what does it mean?

‘Holistic’ means complete. It is a notion that refers to a comprehensive study of an event or a field in question. As regards the aesthetic medicine, the holistic nature means being directed by the complete state of the patient. Both in the physical and mental context. The level of hormones, lifestyle, diet, even the influence of stress on the patient, have a huge influence on the choice of treatments in the holistic approach.

The essence of the holistic approach to the aesthetic medicine is to look at the patient from a broad perspective. Remember that treatments that you carry out translate not only into the appearance, but also into the mental state and everyday life of your patients.

The force of genes

The regeneration and antioxidant potential of the body depends largely on genes. These two aspects have an enormous influence on the effectiveness of anti-aging treatments. The lifestyle and diet should be adjusted to the DNA of each person. Gene polymorphisms, i.e. small differences in the DNA code, determine individual needs of each body. The way in which the patient’s body metabolises fats, carbohydrates or vitamins has a huge importance for a proper choice of the therapy.

The lifestyle has an importance

Before carrying out the treatment, interview the patient. Find out what their lifestyle is and in which conditions they work. These conditions have a huge importance in terms of a general skin condition. The better you get to know the patient, the more efficient will be the choice of treatments that will bring expected results.

Everyday treatment and aesthetic medicine treatments

In a holistic approach to the aesthetic medicine, everyday care rituals of the patient are very important. The condition of his/her skin depends on them to a large extent. Find out what beauty products the patient uses on the daily basis in order to choose the therapy efficiently.

Supplements taken by the patient are no less important. You can deduce, from the information about eating habits and supplements taken by the patient, which vitamins and minerals he/she lacks of. As you know, many treatments, in particular revitalising treatments consist in provision of a proper cocktail of nutrients to the body. That is why an information about deficits is crucial.

Please note that many skin problems result from other diseases. Frequently, the reason for e.g. acne-prone skin are problems with the digestive system. Before proceeding to the therapy, carry out an insightful analysis of the patient’s health condition. It can turn out that his/her ailments require an additional medical intervention and aesthetic medicine treatment themselves will not change much.

As a doctor responsible for the health and well-being of the patient, you are supposed to give him/her advice which beauty products and preparations to use after the treatment. Thanks to that, the effects of the therapy will last for longer and the patients skin will remain properly nourished and moisturised.

Understanding of the needs and concerns of the patient

Remember that aesthetic medicine treatments frequently aim to improve the patient’s mental state. The persons who, due to a deformation, burns or stretch marks face major complexes, need support throughout the whole therapy. Take care of a good well-being of the patient, explain the effects of a treatment in question and help them reduce the inconvenience!

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