What is Filling?
The filling method is one of the non-aesthetic applications that has recently gained popularity in our country. Wrinkles and deformations occur on our skin as a result of aging, the corrosive effect of the sun, exposure to chemicals, etc.
“Filling materials” are used to eliminate such complaints. They are also preferred because they are practical, painless, easy and fast applications. The most known types of filling materials are; they are temporary and permanent fillings.
How to Fill?
Filling materials are applied to the area where the patient is complaining and the discomfort is eliminated. Filling materials are numerous and diverse. They generally consist of substances found in the body or chemical substances that can replace these structural substances. Today, the most widely applied filler is hyaluronic acid (HA). Hyaluronic acid is a substance found in the human body. It makes the skin look plump, bright and taut.
How Long Is The Filling Lasting?
Its permanence varies from 6 to 12 months, but varies from person to person. An experienced plastic surgeon should be preferred in terms of application and material safety.
Benefits of hyaluronic acid application;
- It reduces wrinkles.
- Provides a lively and taut look.
- It is a protein found in the human body.
- It is a simple, practical and controlled application.
- It delays aging.
- It moisturizes the skin.
Possible side effects of the filling process;
- Allergic reaction (rare)
Under Eye Light Filler
It contains hyaluronic acid, so the light filling spreads to the area where it is given and thanks to the vitamins and antioxidants it contains, it is also good for the under eye bruises.
With the under-eye light filling, the indentations between the cheeks and under the eyes are corrected and a more vigorous look is obtained. The application of this filling shows features compared to other filling applications. The filling is injected into the subcutaneous tissue just above the bone, it does not cause pain due to its local anesthetic. Because the needles cause bruising and swelling, under-eye filling should be done with a cannula. Since the tip of the cannula is blunt, it eliminates the bruising effect. It is noticed immediately after the application, it is checked after 2 weeks. Its permanence varies from patient to patient and it can be said that it has an average permanence of 1.5 years.
Under Eye Light Filler
What is the effect of light filling?
Light filling; It can be applied to any adult who has bruising, bagging, hollowness, and wrinkles around the eyes. Light filling application lightens the bruises, fills the pits and reduces the bag appearance in light bags. The method, which is also effective in opening the wrinkles around the eyes, seriously restructures and rejuvenates the eye area.
What are the ingredients in the light filling?
Light filling; It is a gel containing eight amino acids, hylauronic acid, three antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and a local anesthetic to avoid pain during application.
How long is the filler lasting?
The age of the filler, the area applied, the amount of filler injected continues for 8-12 months, depending on the quality of the skin, lifestyle and health factors.
When does the filling effect on the face show?
Hyaluronic acid in the skin gives fullness and volume to the skin. As age progresses, hyaluronic acid decreases and wrinkles occur on the skin surface, the skin loses its former volume. The hyaluronic acid in the filling material is injected under the skin and re-filled and voluminous.
skin is aimed to be obtained. It becomes clear within 20-30 minutes after it is done. The sitting period of the filling can take up to 3 weeks depending on the skin structure of the person.
Does the filling applied to different parts of the face differ according to the applied area?
Thanks to the water retention feature of hyaluronic acid, the filling application has a long-lasting feature. The duration of action of the filling applied to different parts of the skin is different. During the day, all the muscles in our face do not contract and work equally. The effective time of the filling applied to the more moving areas will be less.
Can filling be applied to the small and receding jaw?
Whether the chin is too small, weak or inside depends on genetic influences, but it is possible to make the chin stronger and longer to create a more balanced appearance on the face. Fillers gain volume and clarity by injecting fillers into the jaw within 20 minutes, without changing your bone structure.
How can laugh lines on the nose edge be removed?
Filling applications are performed to eliminate the collapsing of the nasolabial area. If the most important cause of nasolabial collapse is the loss of volume of the cheeks, the results will be more satisfactory.
Will staying in the sun, sunbathing remove the fillings?
Fillers are directly affected by sun exposure. Prolonged sun exposure should be avoided to preserve the results for a long time. SPF 50 factor sunscreen should be used.
What is the temple filling, how long is it permanent?
Tissue losses that occur with aging can be completed with filling. Tissue losses in the forehead and temple area may show low eyebrow. We can achieve minimal eyebrow lift and vigorous looks by applying the filling towards the temple area. Its permanence is approximately 1 year.
Nasal filling can help people who are not satisfied with the appearance of their nose, even temporarily, to achieve a more aesthetically acceptable appearance.
You can see the nose filling process in the video below;
“Hyaluronic acid” used as a filling material is a natural substance found in our skin. Therefore, it does not cause allergic reactions. After the procedure, a slight swelling and redness may occur. In some places, small bruises may occur within 2-3 days.
Which Areas Are Fillers Applied?
Cheek and cheekbone
Lines running down the edge of the nose
Radial lines around the lips
To the detention area
To the chin area
How Long Is The Retention Period Of The Filler?
The permanence of the filling material varies according to the patient and the material used. Depending on the non-permanent, semi-permanent or permanent filling materials used, its permanence continues between 6-12 months and 1-5 years. The person’s skin structure, age and lifestyle are important in permanence. Permanence periods can be extended with repeated applications.