Dr Mohamad AbdulRazzak is one of the leading plastic surgeons at Royale Hayat Hospital. He earned his master’s degree in Aesthetic surgery from the London University, followed by a membership at the Royale College of London. Dr Mohamed is a graduate of the University of Alexandria- Plastic Surgery. He specializes in non-surgical procedures such as Botox, fillers, lasers, PRP, non-surgical skin tightening, non-surgical nose and face reshaping, and many more procedures that Dr Mohamad shares with us in-depth.
In terms of new technology, which of them do you suggest to clients?
Lunchtime treatments are treatments that are nonsurgical that enhance your natural beauty, which is ultimately what we would like the end result to be. Every age group is different, so firstly you have to conduct an analysis noting all the different aspects of the patient. With every patient, you should have a target to what their expectation is. Liquid facelifts are something that we have been doing which is injecting certain points on the face with hyaluronic acid fillers to give the illusion of a facelift. Also, to improve the skin quality we use Hi-Fu or radiofrequency which are machines. Also, nowadays the surgical thread is also very common.
Is the surgical thread considered an anti-aging tool?
It still is a tool we use to enhance the skin, anti-aging isn’t a term we use anymore, positive-aging is. The thread is for people who have skin redundancy not due to volume loss. Nowadays, multi-target techniques are very important which means combining treatments along with the surgical thread.
What are other ways to enhance skin texture?
There are many ways, some are the following: first, we have mesotherapy which is hyaluronic acid administered through a roller or a dermapen, another method is PRP (platelet-rich plasma) which is separating the white and red blood cells and using the platelet-rich plasma to inject into the skin. Last but not least, the skin booster which is currently the most advanced option. It is a stabilized hyaluronic acid, a slow release. It has the same result as doing a mesotherapy treatment daily, but the result is shown for 6 months. 1 injection every 4-6 months is usually the preferred time range depending on the patient.
How do you define beauty?
It depends on the culture, area, and it’s also changing every period of time. Nowadays it’s all about deferring the aging process. Beauty is also what makes you comfortable and confident.
What advice do you give to readers when it comes to skincare?
In the end, it’s all about natural beauty. Go for treatments that enhance your skin texture and bring out your natural features.
Dr Mohamad AbdulRazzak: Master degree in Aesthetic surgery – London University // Membership of Royale College of London // Graduate of University of Alexandria – Plastic Surgery
Expertise Cosmetic Surgical Procedures specializes in Non-Surgical Procedures to include but not limited to: Botox // Fillers // Lasers, Fraxel and thermage // PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma, stem cell) // Mesotherapy // Non-Surgical Skin tightening // Non-Surgical Nose reshaping // Non-Surgical Cheek and face reshaping // Hand Rejuvenation (include filling and skin rejuvenation) // Surgical thread for face lifting.