If cosmetic surgery really started after the First World War, the aesthetic medicine is even more recent, starting in 2002 with the marketing of Botox injection and then the injection of hyaluronic acid. Consequently, they are two young medical disciplines with a focus on novelty and innovation.
Since then, aesthetic medicine has been able to keep up with the latest scientific discoveries, such as stem cell research.
They are being used both in treatment (PRP injections, tissue inducer injection) and cosmetic care, Universkin ®). Founded in Paris in 1947, the Clinique des Champs Elysées has always placed innovation at the heart of its medical approach: the Clinique des Champs-Elysées of Dubai shares this value, with the desire to always provide added value to patients (results, comfort, side effects...) without ignoring the duty of every doctor: "Primum non nocere" with safety and security at the heart of our considerations.
The contribution of artificial intelligence in the field of esthetic medicine
Recent developments in cosmetic medicine in the past years have made increasing use of artificial intelligence algorithms, with predictive data analysis.
For instance, the Profound ® device combines radio frequency with a more traditional micro-needling-inspired approach.
The Genius ® platform develops intelligent radiofrequency to effectively configure the device according to the depth of treatment and the phototype of your skin. These two techniques allow for a customized anti-aging treatment of the face.
We also use the AI for hair transplant conducted by the Robot Artas ®: it takes the grafts, models the result and leaves the plastic surgeon to accomplish his technical gesture and exercise all his art to implant the hair.
Even dental re-alignment treatment, such as Invisalign ®, uses data analysis, analyzes your dental impression and determines the optimal treatment protocol: you save several weeks compared to the normal dental treatment.
Innovation and aesthetic medicine
The novelty does not just come from AI. Aesthetic medicine also knows how to use the breakthroughs of other medical-surgical branches, such as microsurgery, to adjust them to its art: this is what Cellfina ®, which reinvents the treatment of fibrous cellulite, does by cutting the fibrous walls of the capitons with microblades scalpels.
The innovation also makes it easy to offer increasingly comprehensive platforms, combining several technologies in a single device.
It is also the case with Picosure Pico Plus® multi-task picosecond lasers or the combination of Venus Legacy® pulsed magnetic fields/radiofrequency. The idea is to have a more accurate and tailor-made treatment for each patient and each clinical case.
Diagnosis and simulation also gain from the digital revolution in 3D and 4D: Crisalix ® is a virtual 3D or 4D modeling that lets you find out what the surgical outcome will be on your body.
Innovation and safety will always stay in our DNA to give you the best and least invasive solutions with the latest generation of equipment: the Clinique des Champs-Élysées always promises innovative, high-performance and personalized treatment.