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 4D treatment approach:  Dr.Ghotra

     Rated excellent by his patients

Dr. Veerander Ghotra uses a minimalist and individualistic approach to cater to your aesthetic needs, which is an important part of a 4D treatment approach to treat the face as a whole. It is a tailor-made approach that supports preventive care to prevent problem skin and to adequately treat already existing problem skin. He believes that every face is unique and needs a truly tailored experience for all skin types and conditions.


Many of Dr. Ghotra's clients visit him with the goal of improving their skin and facial contours, but unsure which treatments will work best for them. Dr.Ghotra uses multiple tools to assess what will work for you. His favorite technology to learn more about your face is VISIA skin analysis and the Vectra system to analyze your facial volume and provide an individual, tailored approach to your facial skin care journey. This individual, tailor-made skincare approach allows him to create a specific treatment plan and tailor creams, masks and lotions with active ingredient concentrates to suit your specific skin conditions.

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Why 4D approach to aesthetics? 

For many years, aesthetic medicine has mainly focused on treating the obvious visual manifestations of ageing rather than the root causes, primarily due to a lack of detailed anatomical knowledge. 

Facial aging is a multi-dimensional process that takes place on different layers of the face (from superficial to deep).
There are four layers of the face, with each layer playing a defined role (from outside to inside): Skin layer > Muscle/SMAS layer > Deep fat layer > Bony layer.

According to current knowledge, the, following factors are responsible for the appearance of the visible signs of facial ageing :

- Degenerative changes occurring in the skin and connective tissues (i.e elastosis, fibrosis)

- Loss of skin tone and elasticity occurring in the overall tissue complex due to the effects of the ligament laxity.

- Decreased supply of nutrients and fluids to the skin and subcutaneous tissue.

- Decreased volume in the deep fat pads, which act as at the biomechanics support structures to the overlying skin envelop

- Ptosis/descent of the destabilised soft tissues due to the loss of biomechanics support under the effect of gravity

- Hypertonia and volume loss of the muscles of the facial expression

- Tilting in the balance of power between the depressor and elevator muscles, in favour of the depressor muscles.

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