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The latest trend in beautification is ultrasound filling

It is almost everyone’s choice to look young and timeless with non-surgical medical aesthetics. Filling applications are one of these medical procedures. In recent days, ultrasonic filling has been used in filling applications, especially in the USA and in our country. Filling made under ultrasound guidance protects the person from many dangers, especially embolism, while beautifying the person.

It is now very easy to beautify with non-surgical medical applications in aesthetic and cosmetic dermatology. One of the processes mentioned in non-surgical beautification is fillings. So, what do we understand when we say filling applications? Filling application in aesthetic medicine is the process of adding materials suitable for its external structure to our skin. The applied product fills the gaps by replacing the missing structures in our skin or by triggering their restructuring.
Fillers are procedures that please the patient and the doctor with their results, the effect of which can be noticed immediately. It is preferred for aesthetic and cosmetic purposes as well as for treatment. It is used to correct tissue losses in the skin and unwanted facial appearances, to recover sagging skin, to support the treatment of scars, to moisturize the skin, to treat wrinkles and to provide a healthy skin appearance.

One of the questions I am always asked is “Can filler applications work miracles on human skin when used correctly?” shaped. Yes, it is possible to achieve the appearance before getting sick or getting old by eliminating the appearance of the jowl, restoring the sagging face to its former form, and improving the asymmetrical appearance in people with sunken skin. It is known that healthy aged people who take care of themselves all over the world resort to these small touches.
Fillers are of three types; permanent, semi-permanent and temporary. Temporary effective ones are fissile fillings in our tissue, for example; Hyaluronic acid and collagen are from this group and usually last for less than a year. Semi-permanent ones have effects on tissue for a period of two years or more. Permanent fillings are permanent for more than two years. And it is not recommended due to various risks.
An ideal filling should be flexible and compatible with our tissue, should not be toxic, should not cause cancer, allergies, rash, swelling and should be meltable if an undesirable side effect develops. For all these reasons, the most commonly used filler material today is hyaluronic acid. After that, others can be preferred according to the need. Fat particles from the person’s own body can also be used as a filler. Even if it is an ideal filling material, the result obtained may differ from person to person. According to the area where the filling is applied, the right product should be made by doctors with the right technique. The aging process and additional diseases can change the duration of action. Better results can be achieved with other combined aesthetic applications.

I am one of the very few physicians who perform ultrasound filling in Turkey. Ultrasound application abroad, especially in America, is a very current issue in dermatology and aesthetic medicine. In the state of California, ultrasound-guided filling is recommended to reduce the risk of embolism and death in hip filling in body shaping. In order to prevent unwanted vascular occlusions and blindness developing in filling applications, ultrasound-guided filling is performed.

Skin ultrasound filling application is applied to the skin for a wide variety of purposes. Some of these applications are:
Evaluation and planning of treatment of varicose veins on the skin.
In the evaluation of the hair transplantation area.
Evaluation of any swelling and stiffness that develops on the skin, during sampling, diagnosis and follow-up of its treatment.
Tumors on the skin, in the skin bumps in Behçet’s disease.
In inflammatory changes in the veins, diseases that cause hardening of the skin.

Ultrasound guidance is of great importance in filling applications in aesthetic medicine. Because it provides the evaluation of the structures in the skin. If ultrasound is performed before the filling, the condition of the skin can be evaluated after the previous procedures, the effects of filling, thread application, veins, muscles and salivary glands. While filling, it provides the opportunity to evaluate the area of ​​​​the placed filling by simultaneously evaluating the risky areas again. It is also possible to evaluate the side effects that develop after fillings. Thus, the relationship between swellings, swellings and color changes in the skin, vascularization and filling can be examined. In order to eliminate the side effects of the filling, it can also allow the ideal application of the substance that will melt the filling under ultrasound guidance.

Undesirable situations may develop in the early or late period in filling applications. For example; It can result in serious conditions such as pain, swelling, bleeding, discoloration, watering, infection development, scar formation, allergic reactions, skin redness, bruising and losses, even blindness at the application site. Although ideal filling products are very safe products, these undesirable situations may develop depending on the filling product, application technique, the area where it is applied, additional diseases and drugs used, for example, the substances used by the person such as blood thinners. It is very important for our society to be conscious. It should not be forgotten that the consequences of using unapproved products without medical records and filling in inappropriate conditions threaten public health. I recommend that people apply to specialist doctors and licensed institutions, who follow and apply the latest developments, who can do what is necessary to minimize risks and heal in possible bad situations, in their beauty as well as their health.