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In order to treat each patient appropriately and to meet each request, the Matignon Clinic makes use of its knowledge and expertise in the most up-to-date proven techniques, as well as in a complete range of the latest generation of lasers.
Photorejuvenation and spots
Intense pulsed light (IPL) uses a flash lamp to generate a highly concentrated beam of light which has a thermal effect on the top layer of the dermis.
Smoothing of wrinkless
Prematurely aged skin, or skin highly damaged skin by exposure to the sun is successfully treated by fractional laser. This natural and innovative technique has given a new impulse to...
Facial veins and redness
Couperosis is the dilation of tiny blood vessels as a result of fragile capillaries. It is generally found on the sides of the nose, on the cheeks and sometimes on the chin.
The purpose of skin peels is to refresh the complexion by eliminating the dead cells and evening out the complexion. Pigmentation spots are erased and the seborrhoea is regularised, with a...
We are the first in Switzerland to have such a revolutionary apparatus which uses ultrasound with a sufficiently high intensity to obtain spectacular results after 1 or 2 treatment sessions.
Thermalift body treatment
Nowadays, there is a revolutionary technique to recover the skin firmness and tone. In the past, only plastic surgery could restore the tautness of tissues at the price of occasionally unattractive...
Stretch marks are the result of deep ruptures in the elastic fibres during pregnancy or important changes in weight. Until recently, no medical technology was available to repair this kind of...
Permanent hair removal
With our latest-generation appliances, permanent or long-term depilation is more effective than ever. Intense pulsed light (IPL) or laser treatment allows the removal of unwanted hair permanently...
Thermalift (facelift without surgery)
A new revolutionary technique exists nowadays to redefine the oval of the face by restoring its firmness and tonicity. Until recently, only surgery could help restore the tautness of the tissue.