Dr. Valéria ROMANO

Aesthetic medicine and lasers

Having trained for several years in the techniques of the pioneer of modern aesthetic medicine, Brazilian plastic surgeon Mauricio di Maio, I am constantly on the lookout for the Natural Touch to guarantee visible but natural beauty.
The treatment is personalised and the aim is to enhance each patient's anatomy without distorting it. I've had a passion for art and architecture ever since I was a child.

To quote A. Einstein Einstein "Goodness, beauty and truth were the ideals that illuminated my path and that, day after day, gave me the courage to face life in a good mood".

This passion has enabled me to develop an artistic eye and new techniques for beautifying the face and body.

♦ Registered with the Geneva Medical Association: GLN 7601002879613
♦ Doctor of Medicine (CHU Paris VII)


♦ Former intern at Paris Hospitals
♦ Graduate of the Paris Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 - Paris Diderot


♦ Inter-university diploma in morphological and anti-ageing medicine
♦ Inter-university diploma in mesotherapy
♦ Inter-university diploma in surgical dermatology
♦ University diploma in evaluation and control of injection and filling techniques in dermatology and plastic surgery
♦ Inter-university diploma in the treatment of baldness
♦ Inter-university diploma in medical lasers

"No outward grace is complete unless it is enlivened by inner beauty. The beauty of the soul spreads like a mysterious light over the beauty of the body."

Victor Hugo


La aesthetic medicine brings together a range of techniques and non surgical aimed at improvingphysical appearance and fighting signs from ageing. It offers effective solutions for reduce wrinklesfill in wrinklesfirm the skinredrawing the contours face, erase the imperfections and revive thecomplexion radiance. When the first signs from skin ageing are appearing, such as wrinklesthe fine linesthe sagging skinthe dark circles or rashesIt is possible to have recourse to acts of aesthetic medicine for prevent and correct these imperfections. Injections ofhyaluronic acidof botox or botulinic toxin are fast, effective solutions for smooth wrinkles expression, correcting facial volumesfill the furrowsor treatgoose for example. facial rejuvenation can also be obtained through treatments such as peelingthe mesotherapythe radiofrequencythe lasers or the ultrasound

These different techniques to stimulate the collagen productionto improve skin textureand restore radiance to the complexion. It is advisable to consult a aesthetic doctor or a plastic surgeon to determine the most appropriate treatment for each case. During the first consultationthe practitioner identify the needs of the patient (or patient), make a diagnosis and propose a treatment plan. treatment plan personalized. Some treatments may require local anaesthetic but the suites are still minimal. In a nutshell, have recourse to the aesthetic medicine is an option to consider whenonset of signs from skin ageing becomes a nuisance in terms of aesthetics or psychological. Whether for remodel the facial contoursreduce wrinklestighten the skinerase imperfections or improve theelasticity of the skin, the techniques of aesthetic medicine offer the right solution for every patient.

Beautification and rejuvenation

Dr ROMANO's wish is to help you achieve natural results that enhance your authentic beauty. Dr ROMANO uses the most advanced techniques and the highest quality products to ensure safe and effective results. Whether you want to reduce the signs of aging, improve skin texture or correct imperfections, Dr. ROMANO will tailor a treatment plan just for you. Dr ROMANO firmly believes that every face is unique and deserves an individualised approach. His expertise and attention to detail allow him to create subtle, natural results, without ever compromising your expression or personality.

Aesthetic medicine is a branch of medicine that focuses on non-invasive or minimally invasive treatments to improve physical appearance, reduce the signs of ageing and correct certain imperfections.

There is no specific age for starting aesthetic medicine treatments. It depends on individual needs and the recommendation of a qualified professional. Personalised consultations enable the most appropriate treatment options to be assessed.

The cost varies according to the type of treatment, the amount of product used and the practitioner's experience. A personalised consultation is necessary to draw up an accurate quote.

The most common treatments include hyaluronic acid and botox injections, chemical peels, mesotherapy, lasers for skin rejuvenation and spot reduction, and radiofrequency and cryolipolysis treatments.

The duration of results varies according to the type of treatment. For example, hyaluronic acid injections can last from 6 to 12 months, while the effects of botox last 6 months. The results of peels and laser treatments can last from several months to several years, depending on the patient's skin care and lifestyle.

Yes, for optimum results. For example, hyaluronic acid injections can be combined with botox or laser treatments for overall rejuvenation.

It is important to choose a qualified practitioner who is registered with the French Medical Association and has specialist training in aesthetic medicine.

Aesthetic medicine treatments are generally non-invasive, require little or no recovery time, present fewer risks and offer natural, gradual results. They are ideal for those seeking subtle improvements without undergoing surgery.

Yes, aesthetic medicine treatments are designed to offer natural, harmonious results. Qualified practitioners take care to respect the proportions and individual characteristics of each patient.

Most aesthetic medicine treatments cause no or minimal discomfort. Local anaesthetics or anaesthetic creams may be applied to minimise pain during the procedures.

Side effects are usually mild and temporary, such as redness, swelling, bruising or tenderness at the treatment site. These effects generally disappear within a few days.

It is crucial to tell the doctor about all the medicines you are taking, as well as your medical history, including previous cosmetic treatments, and to indicate any allergies. - It is not advisable to take aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs for 8 days prior to treatment to reduce the risk of bleeding.