As a result of aging, which is an inevitable process, and exposure to physical and environmental factors (sun rays, smoking, diet, stress) over time, our skin will show signs of collapse, wear, loss of youth and vitality like every organ. For this purpose, other than that, materials called ‘fillers’ are used, which are applied to acne and scars that cause pits on the skin, by injection, with various techniques, and differ among themselves by having different properties. fillers; They are permanent, temporary or semi-permanent fillers containing hyaluronic acid, which is considered the most preferred and reliable today. Hyaluronic acid is like a bridge between collagen fibers that provide elasticity in the skin structure. It is mostly found in baby skin, the amount in the skin gradually decreases and disappears with time and age. As a result, the skin loses its vitality and elastic structure, wrinkles and lines appear.
Areas of Filling Injection
Wrinkles in the forehead area
Thickening the lips, giving a fuller appearance
Nasolabial sulci (lines between cheek and nose)
Clarifying cheeks and cheekbones
To remove irregularities in the external appearance of the nose
reduce wrinkles on hand
Correcting under-eye pits
In acne and scars
How Does the Application Happen?
Local anesthetic cream can be applied optionally before the procedure. Afterwards, with the help of fine-tipped needles, the gel-like filler is injected into the planned area if the wrinkle or scar, under the scar, or volume is desired to be corrected.
After the procedure, there may be redness, swelling and tenderness in the application area, which may last for a few days, and there may be a slight edema on the lips. Extreme heat and cold should be avoided after the application. Retouching after 2-3 weeks can prolong the continuity of the process and also increase satisfaction. How soon after it should be done again; It varies depending on the nature of the filler used, the skin structure of the person, expectations and the age of the person. It varies between 4 months and 1 year on average.