PRESS RELEASE: A 360’ Approach to Facial Aesthetics and Dermal Fillers

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DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / January 10, 2022 / There’s no denying that faces have become an obsession. According to Global Market Insights, “Dermal Filler Market size exceeded USD 6.2 billion in 2019 and is projected to achieve over 7.6% CAGR during 2020 to 2026.” Two of the top players covered in the Dermal Fillers Market Research Report are Anika Therapeutics Inc. and Revance Therapeutics Inc.

We could, of course, blame this on social media and selfies, but what’s the underlying reason for our obsession with aesthetics? According to Dr. Magdalena Swierczewski, a board-certified physician and anti-aging specialist with an Integrative Concierge Medical Practice, people are concerned with maintaining their current aesthetic, preventing aging, correcting imbalances, and defining certain features.

Many people believe that the secret to successful aging is somewhere outside themselves – often neglecting the internal reasons that cause people to age. The practice was built in response to this belief and has tried to instill its philosophy of working with the body’s natural biology to achieve a more natural balance of health and aesthetics.

People underestimate the power of heath in terms of anti-aging. Performing medical evaluations and offering therapies that address issues with weight, metabolic health, hormones, and aging medical problems such as collagen and NAD depletion get to the root of the problem. The medical practice believes that once you have dealt with these issues, you can go in and complement these efforts with advanced facial injectables such as botox, filler, PRP, and skincare.

Hair loss is another issue that people struggle with and waste a lot of time and effort trying to figure out. However, to target hair loss successfully, a physician needs to address underlying issues. The integrative concierge medical practice has found that combination therapy using PRP, advanced nutritional supplements, light therapy, and specialized prescription medication with topical products help repair and initiate new growth of hair follicles.

But because attractiveness differs so drastically from one person to another, it’s difficult to define. But overall, health seems to be a universal aspect of beauty. If you are healthy and happy, people generally see this as attractive. Everything within the body will affect how you look and the energy you exude externally, so you shouldn’t just rely on injectables.

Integrative Concierge Medical Practice‘s mission is to help each patient achieve an optimal state of being through various treatment modalities that cross over conventional and complementary medicine, wellness, and beauty.

They refer to this as an integrative 360’ approach to anti-aging. Not only are people becoming more concerned with anti-aging, but they are also becoming increasingly concerned with preventing diseases. More people are starting to understand that you need to feel better to look better.

It’s best to address all things contributing to aging, from vitamin deficiency evaluation and metabolic health to hormone replacement therapy. The practice emphasizes the importance of creating a unique medical profile for every patient and discussing preventative treatments that will optimize results.

By conducting a thorough physical, detailed blood analysis and a hormone profile, physicians can help pinpoint these concerns so that people can live healthier lives and feel confident with their aesthetics. The Integrative Concierge Medical Practice states, “Our goal is to bring body, mind, and spirit back to natural balance while healing and preventing chronic disease. In essence, helping people feel great, look amazing, and be more confident in who they are.”


Telephone: 631-283-0015

SOURCE: Integrative Concierge Medical Practice;

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