Technical advances in aesthetic medicine make it possible to treat any part of the body and face. The therapeutic arsenal now available makes it possible to :

  • Treat wrinkles.
  • Rejuvenate and rest the eyes.
  • Beautify skin and hair.
  • Sculpting the face and redesigning (or creating) its volumes.
  • Beautifying the face.
  • Rejuvenate, firm and treat the ageing of the body.
  • Create curves, particularly around the buttocks.
  • Treat changes to the neck and décolleté.
  • Contributing to intimate fulfilment


Skin and hair






Beautifying the face


Aesthetic medicine needs: understanding and meeting patients' expectations

Aesthetic medicine is growing rapidly, responding to increasing demand for treatments to improve appearance and self-confidence. Aesthetic medicine needs are diverse and vary according to patients' age, gender and personal goals. It is crucial to understand these needs and offer tailored, personalised solutions.

  • Promoting youthful, radiant skin
    With age, the skin loses its elasticity and firmness, leading to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Treatments such as botox, fillers including hyaluronic acid and chemical peels are highly sought-after for their ability to rejuvenate the skin and restore its radiance. These treatments respond to the growing need to maintain a youthful, dynamic appearance.
  • Correcting imperfections
    Patients are often looking for solutions to correct specific imperfections such as acne scars, pigment spots and textural irregularities. Laser treatments, microdermabrasion, mesotherapy and PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections are effective in improving the appearance of the skin and meeting these specific needs.
  • Improved facial and body contours
    Non-surgical procedures to reshape and sculpt the face and body are in high demand. Filler injections to redefine facial contours, cryolipolysis treatments to remove stubborn fatty deposits and ultrasound to firm the skin are just some of the popular solutions for those looking to refine their figure without resorting to surgery.
    Need for rapid solutions without social eviction
    Many patients prefer treatments that offer rapid results with minimal recovery time. Procedures such as injections, peels and photorejuvenation laser treatments meet this need, allowing patients to resume their activities immediately.
  • Customised treatments
    Every patient is unique: aesthetic medicine solutions must be tailored to meet individual needs. A thorough consultation enables us to assess expectations and propose a suitable treatment plan, guaranteeing satisfactory and natural results.
  • Confidence and well-being
    As well as improving physical appearance, aesthetic treatments also meet a psychological need. By improving their appearance, patients gain self-confidence, which can have a positive impact on their general well-being and quality of life.

Aesthetic medicine must constantly adapt to the changing needs of patients in order to offer them effective and safe solutions. By understanding these needs and offering personalised treatments, aesthetic medicine professionals can meet their patients' expectations.