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How to fill applications

Since wrinkles and sagging are an indicator of aging, filling applications to eliminate them have been used for 100 years. It was first used for fat transfer filling in the early 1900s. Today, hyaluronic acid is the most commonly used filler. It has a water binding capacity of 1000 times its volume. The popularity of filling applications has been increasing in recent years due to the ease of application, not being away from social and business life after application, and not being allergic since it is a natural product.


1: In the wrinkles that do not improve with botox in the forehead and in the middle of the eyebrows

2. Clarification of cheekbones

3.For shaping the face oval

4. In the under eye pits

5. In eyebrow lifting

6. In reducing the depth of the nasolabial folds (running from the edge of the nose to the corners of the mouth)

7. Lip augmentation

8. In the chin clarification

9. Removing fine lines on the lips

10. In the treatment of acne scars or sunken scars due to various injuries on the face and body


Before the application, the patient’s wrinkles and folds are evaluated, and where the applications will be applied is determined according to the patient’s expectations. Before the application, the areas to be filled are first numbed with creams. The application takes an average of 30 minutes. Slight redness may occur in the application area, if there is bleeding under the skin, bruising may occur. The effects of the filler can be observed immediately after the application. If there is a situation that makes the patient unhappy, the applied filler is melted with hyalurinase. The dissolving process with hyalurinase keeps both the patient and the doctor safe. All social activities can be continued, except for not massaging the application area, not taking a bath, and avoiding intense physical activity for 24 hours after the application.


The permanence of the applied filler varies between 8-12 months.

Filling applications make it more advantageous compared to surgical applications with its ease of application, cheaper cost, not affecting work and social life after application, minimal side effects, being applicable under examination conditions and reversibility of the applied procedure.