We provide professional support in FILLER APPLICATIONS.
In young skin, the amount of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid is high and their alignment is smooth. As the skin ages, the number of collagen and elastin fibers decreases and their sequence is disrupted. Wrinkles and sagging occur due to the reduction of adipose tissue and hyaluronic acid. Reduction of hyaluronic acid results in loss of moisture and reduced elasticity. Fill applications are made to replace these lost structures. Modern filling materials include hyaluronic acid. It was obtained under laboratory conditions and its structure was strengthened. It is not of animal origin. Since it is a substance already present in our body, the risk of allergy is very low. Testing is not usually required. Hyaluronic acid, which is given to the body as filling material, increases moisture and provides firmness and fullness. Small-particle fillings are used in thinner areas, while larger-particle fillers are used where more dense fillers are required. Filling materials are most commonly used: nasolabial sulcus (grooves extending from both sides of the mouth to the nose), lines between two eyebrows, filling of cheek and cheekbones, and lip contouring. Local anesthetic cream is applied 15 minutes before the injection. With a fine needle, the hyaluronic acid gel is injected into the area to be corrected. The gel fills under wrinkles. The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. You will see the result immediately. The permanence of the filling material depends on the material used and the area of application. The application can be made during the lunch break and the patient can continue the daily routine. It is recommended not to be exposed to very hot or cold immediately after application. Filling materials are not applied to pregnant women, breastfeeders, those who have active infections, allergy history and those who receive immunosuppressant treatment.