Collagen, elastin fibers and hyaluronic acid form an elastic, plump appearance in young skin. As the skin ages, the structure of these substances deteriorates and the amount decreases. Thus, sagging, collapse and wrinkles occur.

What is Filler Injection?

Collagen, elastin fibers and hyaluronic acid form an elastic, plump appearance in young skin. As the skin ages, the structure of these substances deteriorates and the amount decreases. Thus, sagging, collapse and wrinkles occur. By using fillers (Face, Lip and Hand Filling), the lost structures are replaced and a younger and healthier appearance is achieved. “Hyaluronic acid” (HA) used as a filler has been used since the 1990s and millions of safe applications have been made all over the world.

Hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in the body of humans and other living things, combines with water to provide moisture, tension and fullness to the skin. During the aging process, HA production in the skin decreases, elasticity and moisture loss occur.

How do fillers work?

Fillers are selected according to the region and depth they will be used. Products with small particles are used in thinner lines, products with large particles are used in thicker lines.

With a simple HA injection, the lost volume is regained, lines and wrinkles are corrected.

Following injection, the fillers combine with body tissues. It allows the passage of oxygen, hormones and nutritional elements in a natural way. It provides a healthy and natural appearance. After a while, it is broken down and excreted from the body, depending on normal biological processes.

Where are fillers used?

  • Where are fillers used?
  • Filling the lip and correcting its contour
  • Wrinkles around the eyes (crow's feet area)
  • Wrinkles around the mouth
  • Forehead wrinkles
  • Correction of facial contour

Who can not apply fillers?

  • For pregnant and lactating
  • For under 12 years old
  • Those receiving immunosuppressive therapy with a diagnosis of allergy
  • It is not injected into the active infection site.

How are fillers applied?

Local anesthetic cream is applied 15 minutes before the injection. Fillers are injected into the skin with very fine needles. The patient may experience very little discomfort.

The treatment time is on average 10 minutes. The treatment is simple and safe. Results are visible immediately.

You can get your practice done during your lunch break and continue with your daily life.

What are the side effects of fillers?

Temporary swelling, redness, pain, itching, bruising may occur at the injection site. The risk of allergy due to substances is negligible (may be in 1 out of 2000 patients on average) and this effect is temporary.

How long does the effect of fillers last?

The permanence of the filler varies according to the patient and the substance used. The patient's skin, age and lifestyle are important. The permanence of the substances varies between 9-24 months. The duration can be extended with repeated injections.

It is a skin resurfacing procedure that is applied under the skin with the help of filler injection in a short time and at a cheaper cost. Fillers are used to remove wrinkles and fine lines on the face, under-eye pits, lip augmentation, chin and nose shaping, eyebrow lifting, deformities caused by accident and injury.

Fillers Containing Hyaluronic Acid

The most common filler used among fillers is the filler containing hyaluronic acid. The fact that this filler has very few side effects has often been the reason for its preference. Although side effects are rare, slight redness, swelling and bruising are seen in the injection area.

According to researches, filling materials containing repeated hyaluronic acid stimulate the body's own collagen production. In this way, the formation of fine lines and wrinkles is minimized and the skin gains a younger appearance.

Fillers Containing Synthetic Substance

Fillers containing synthetic material are mostly applied to remove small wrinkles on the skin. This filler contains substances created in a laboratory environment. Fillers containing synthetic material also have side effects such as redness, bruising and swelling. Since this type of filling contains synthetic material, the permanence of the applied process lasts longer.

Collagen Fillers

The source of collagen fillers, which were used quite frequently in the 1980s, comes from animals such as cows and cattle. This situation creates an allergy risk since collagen fillers are an animal-derived protein. Although allergy tests are performed, collagen fillers are not preferred much today.

Autologous Fillers

Autologous fillers are fillers obtained by using the tissues produced by the body itself. Especially the fat in the body is the material used in this type of filling. The person's own fat tissue is surgically removed from the abdomen, hips and thighs, processed and injected into the area to be filled. As with other fillers, side effects such as redness, swelling and bruising are seen. Since these fillers are made from the body's own tissues, there is no need to get approval from the Ministry of Health.

What is Lip Filling?

Lip augmentation is a non-surgical aesthetic intervention procedure to give volume and shape to the lips. It is made using hyaluronic filler. Lip filling is the most natural aesthetic intervention to give volume to the lips.

Who Is Lip Filling Done?

Lip augmentation is applied to people whose lips are congenitally thin or whose lower lip upper lip proportion is unformed, or to lips that have subsequently been deformed as a result of accident and injury. At the same time, lip augmentation is applied to people who want to have fuller and shaped lips.

Lip augmentation is not applied to pregnant women, those with inflamed skin and those with cold sores.

What are the Types of Lip Fillers?

Aphrodite Type Lip Fillers

This lip type, named after the beauty god Aphrodite, has a very attractive and full appearance. Before the Aphrodite type lip augmentation is performed, it is taken into account whether it is suitable for the facial features and structure of the person.

Hera Type Lip Fillers

The name of Hera type lip augmentation comes from Hera, the god of marriage. Hera type lip fillers provide a fuller, symmetrical and lively appearance to the lips. Again, before applying this lip filling, it is done with an appropriate proportion based on the facial features of the person.

Venus Type Lip Fillers

Venus type lip augmentation takes its name from Venus, the god of love and beauty. In this lip filling, it is aimed to give a more natural and simple appearance compared to other filling types. In this type of filling, which is mostly preferred by people with thin facial features, the golden ratio is calculated and applied.

Eros Type Lip Fillers

Eros, known as the god of love, gives his name to this lip filler. The purpose of this lip augmentation is to make the Eros arc line curved outwards, making it more prominent and fuller.

How is Lip Filling Made?

Before lip augmentation is performed, the lip shape suitable for the face line and structure of the person is selected in the first place. An anesthetic cream is applied to the area half an hour before the application of lip augmentation to avoid pain. The needle to which the filler will be injected should be very thin-tipped. Lip filling takes place in a very short time and painlessly.

What is Face Filling?

Facial filling is the repair of wrinkles, deformities, sagging and scars that lose their vitality over time due to various reasons, with a filler injected under the skin.

It is applied for the shaping of facial areas as well as repairing aging marks such as wrinkles in the face area. Face filling is a procedure that takes about half an hour and the effect is seen immediately.

What are the Types of Face Filling?

  • Temporary Face Fillers
  • Semi-Permanent Face Fillers
  • Permanent Face Fillers

Hyaluronic Acid Temporary Facial Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is the most preferred facial filler product available in the human body. The ⅓' of hyaluronic acid, which is responsible for maintaining the moisture balance and volume of the skin, is broken down and restructured every day.

 The advantages of facial filling made with hyaluronic acid are as follows;

Hyaluronic acid is quite safe and natural, which does not contain animal substances, gives volume to the applied area.

By increasing the water retention potential of the skin, it maintains the moisture balance and ensures its revitalization.

Hyaluronic acid supports the production of collagen, which is extremely important for the skin.

On the other hand, hyluronic acid acts as an antioxidant on the skin and protects the skin against harmful chemicals.

Semi-Permanent Facial Fillers with Calcium Hydroxyapatite

Calcium hydroxyapatite fillers are semi-permanent facial fillers obtained in the laboratory. Its features are as follows;

It is structurally composed of calcium and phosphate components. For this reason, it is very compatible with the skin, as it consists of substances already found in human tissues.

These facial fillers are injected under the skin with the help of a fine-tipped needle with local anesthesia. Results can last 18 months or longer, but are not permanent.

Permanent Face Fillers

It is a type of face filling that is not reversible in any way after permanent face fillings are applied and is not preferred much today due to its side effects. The use of permanent facial fillers has almost disappeared, as they have harmful effects on the skin.

The effect of fillers varies according to the type of filler used. Generally, the effects of fillings continue for 6 months and 24 months. The effectiveness of the filler varies depending on the type of filler used as well as the skin characteristics of the patient.

Fillers are mostly applied to the face area. It is performed to remove wrinkles on areas such as forehead, eyebrow lifting, lines around the nose, chin filler, cheek area, around the eyes, as well as to give shape and volume to the areas needed on the face. Filling is also done to rejuvenate sagging hands.

The filling process is an application that takes approximately 30 minutes.

The patient does not feel pain, as local anesthesia will be applied first before the filler injection is performed.

Since the filling application will be done with an injection, there may be swelling and redness in the treated area. In particular, swelling occurs in the lip augmentation process. In this case, ice is applied to the swollen area.

Filling can be done at any time you want. You can even apply the process during the lunch break of the day you work and return to your work and daily life without any problems.

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