The MD Codes adds a personal touch to facial treatments which encourage better results by catering to specific needs.

Facial aesthetics expert, Dr. Mauricio de Maio, who is recognized and respected internationally for consulting and mentoring on his extensive knowledge in non-surgical treatments and fillers, has introduced an innovative method to treat facial lines called the MD Codes.

The MD Codes, which are a series of specifically formulated injections points for dermal filler, is also a biodegradable and reversible product that provides quality results. It works by recognizing specific lines relating to emotion and aids cosmetic physicians in identifying techniques that focus primarily on how their patients feel; ultimately catering to each individual's own requirements. Because the facial structure and proportions of each client is taken into individual consideration, it promotes better results.

“The Powerful 8,” connects feelings of anger, sagginess, tiredness and sadness, with attributes such as feeling younger, slimmer, more attractive and more feminine.

Dr. Nathan Rosen, an MD Codes user, believes that no client or reason for seeking treatment is equal. “Our treatment approach should be personalized to each person’s needs and emotional desires.” The MD Codes recognize that each individual and their expressions are unique, which differentiate their own desires and needs from those of others. 

Patients usually know what area of the face they’d like to target. By having their emotions examined first, their expression lines can be easily identified and therefore, experts can recognize how they can produce the best results for them personally.

The process begins by asking clients about the emotions in the “Powerful 8,” which allows for easy identification about what needs to be achieved.

By allowing patients to choose their least desired emotion first, it discourages any ideas of using injections to spot-treat, and encourages clients by providing positive feedback as to what will enhance their attributes. This allows for thorough and proper communication that results in a positive experience and a happy patient.

Many questions need to be asked before a treatment, including:

How do you want to look after the treatment?

This education process ensures that the patient thoroughly understands what they need and are provided with proper information, adding a sense of humanity to the process by empowering patients before their procedure.