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Artificial intelligence and its application in aesthetic medicine, everything you need to know

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Fact has been stranger than fiction once again. Terms like artificial intelligence and metaverse They tend to be commonly related to virtual applications, finance, or education. However, the design and construction of algorithms Artificial Intelligence (AI) it has also crossed the limits of aesthetics.

In our quest to maintain hydrated, soft and youthful skin, we have all ended up, at some point, desperate for not finding the right products or treatments for the more specific anomalies of our skin. And it is that each one of us is infinitely different, and our needs are too.

Now, the development of super advanced software systems has allowed great improvements in the personalized diagnosis of patients in the world of beauty From MagasIN, we tell you everything you need to know about this innovative world, about its possible advantages, but also its dangers.

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Personalized and ultra-precise diagnostics

Artificial intelligence has enabled the development of some information processing systems so effective that, in a very short time, they are able to collect and analyze the patient’s facial data, thus allowing a most complete and useful informative tool when making a subsequent medical diagnosis.

Facing the conflict that supposes the great variety of existing anomalies in the human being, arises the need for personalization in medical aesthetic treatments. For this, in the Madrid clinic Mira+Cueto They created a “multidimensional diagnostic method” that relies on AI systems to make more accurate assessments.

This method allows: “analyzing the face in 4D, assessing facial asymmetries, performing a mapping facial weaknesses of agingmake cuts for detailed analysis of specific areas and even identify what negative emotions our face transmits”.

In addition, from a more aesthetic point of view, these technological advances also make it possible to prediction of the appearance of the face after having undergone a treatment certain. With which, progress is also made globally when it comes to preventing and caring for the signs of aging.

The other side of the coin

Not everything was going to be advantages. The infinite possibilities of action within artificial intelligence, together with the images of hyper perfection projected from the parallel universe of the metaverse, together generate certain dangers about the perception that people have about themselves.

It is something similar to what has been happening for so many years with social networks and the excess of filters, which society acquires ideals of beauty that are neither real nor physically possible, many times. Which can lead to mental health problems related to self-esteem and other dysmorphia as side effects.

Artificial intelligence has proven to be a very useful tool for the field of aesthetic medicine and beauty in general, but we must not forget that those who have the real talent in this industry are the professionals who investigate and watch over our healthboth from the laboratories and from the consultations.

His human work of empathy and care, his relationship with the patient and, above all, his diagnostic conclusions are fundamental and must always prevail before the power of virtual reality that is already a present phenomenon, and not future.

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