Dr Daniel Bialeoko, Head of FV Lifestyle Clinic, FV Hospital, says that minimally invasive surgery is currently leading the way in the field of beauty. He also predicts that stem cell technology will bring about a significant transformation in the beauty industry in the near future.

Skin rejuvenation can be accomplished via skin tightening and minimally invasive thread lifts.

A 40-year-old man residing in Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, visited FV Lifestyle Clinic for a consultation as he was unhappy with his dull, sagging skin, numerous wrinkles, and crow’s feet.

As a male entrepreneur, the client wanted to tighten his skin to appear younger and more vibrant. After examining client’s skin, Dr Daniel Bialeoko, the Head of FV Lifestyle Clinic, FV Hospital, determined that the patient was in the early stages of aging, making it possible to intervene without the need for surgical procedures. Dr Daniel recommended local anaesthesia and a thread lift procedure to rejuvenate the face. After undergoing this minimally invasive aesthetic treatment, the customer was extremely satisfied with the immediate result, making him look younger than before without surgery.

Thread lifting is a minimally invasive method for skin rejuvenation.

Dr Daniel explains that previously, anti-aging technology only focused on skin tightening. Many studies show that skin aging not only causes muscle cells to lose elasticity but also leads to muscle relaxation and slippage of volume, resulting in a facial structure that lacks fullness. Current facial rejuvenation technology often involves using autologous fat grafting, combined with injecting fillers or thread lifting. Combining these techniques with filler injections or autologous fat grafting helps increase fullness and elasticity in the skin.

Thread lifting is a non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedure that has gained popularity. When non-absorbable sutures are placed beneath the skin’s surface, they stimulate the body’s natural collagen production over time, improving skin firmness for several years.

“This method is suitable for both men and women, especially those in the early stages of the aging process, who want to rejuvenate their face, lift sagging facial structures, and reduce wrinkles without surgery,” explains Dr Bialeoko.

Breast and buttock augmentation can be achieved through implants and autologous fat grafting

Dr Daniel Bialeoko stated that autologous fat grafting, also known as fat transfer, is a popular technique in the field of non-surgical cosmetic surgery worldwide, including in Vietnam today.

Dr Daniel Bialeoko advises clients on autologous fat grafting for breast augmentation instead of breast implants.

In the past, breast augmentation techniques primarily used saline or silicone implants, but recently autologous fat grafting has become a popular option for those seeking cosmetic procedures. This technique is successful in cases where women prefer a natural appearance or a moderate increase in breast or buttock size.

Fat is harvested from areas with excess fat accumulation on the body such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, or hips, and then subjected to centrifugal separation to remove impurities, such as blood. This purified fat is injected inside the breast in a crisscross manner, realizing a 3D augmentation.

However, the choice of which type of breast augmentation method to use depends on an individual’s health conditions and body type, following the advice and recommendations of a doctor.

Autologous fat can also be used to fill in wrinkles on the face, especially in the area around the eyes, instead of undergoing surgery or using other filling agents.

Dr Daniel Bialeoko explains that autologous fat can be used to rejuvenate aging skin areas.

Stem Cells and Exosomes: The Future Beauty Trend

Dr Daniel Bialeoko shares that regenerative medicine using stem cells and exosomes to help the skin self-repair and regenerate is a future beauty trend that is currently being researched and developed worldwide.

Stem cells are primitive cells with seemingly endless reproductive abilities and the capacity to transform into various types of cells to form and replace various organs and tissues in the body.

In the field of cosmetic technology, to address skin issues due to aging or other causes, such as the after-effect of acne, doctors will utilise stem cell technology from the patient’s own fat. Stem cells generated in this way help repair skin damage, enhance resistance, and improve skin elasticity.

With 37 years of experience in cosmetic surgery and body contouring in France, Dr Bialeoko believes that stem cell technology will dramatically change the beauty industry. As someone who consistently stays updated on new trends in the field of aesthetics, the Head of FV Lifestyle Clinic at FV Hospital is enthusiastic about sharing his experiences and the latest knowledge in the beauty industry to meet the cosmetic needs of the Vietnamese people.

More and more customers are coming to FV to learn about beauty services offered here.

Dr Bialeoko, Head of FV Lifestyle Clinic, chose to work at FV because FV Lifestyle Clinic is equipped with modern facilities on par with any cosmetic hospital in Europe and can offer any modern beauty service. FV has operating rooms that meet Joint Commission International (JCI) standards for sterility and safety and are staffed by an experienced team of anaesthesiologists and post-operative care physicians. This ensures the effectiveness of surgeries, minimal pain, and a short recovery period for patients.

Dr Daniel Bialeoko always provides careful and detailed consultations to clients before they choose beauty services.

“I respect everyone’s natural beauty. We pursue minimally invasive beauty technologies, prioritising the harmony of the patient’s features above all. A thorough, detailed consultation process and the application of the most advanced and progressive techniques is required to achieve a natural appearance,” shares Dr Bialeoko.

To book an appointment for modern aesthetic procedures with Dr Daniel Bialeoko, please contact: (028) 54113480 or the Hotline: 0903 013 500.

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