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What is under-eye light filling? How is it done?

Under-eye light filling; It is a special filler containing hyaluronic acid used to remove the tired and sunken appearance under the eyes.

The under eye is a region that can swell and bruise quickly after any structural procedure. For this reason, this application should be done by experienced specialist physicians who know anatomy well. Light fillers developed in recent years are suitable for the delicate structure of the under eye, easy to apply, and have relatively less side effects.

It is generally applied to people with under-eye sunkenness and bruises. The most effective results are those who have under-eye pits and low tendency to bag.

How is Under-Eye Light Filling Made?

The application is made with a blunt-tipped instrument called a non-needle cannula. The use of cannula reduces the risk of bruising and swelling in the treated area. Processing time is 15-20 minutes. Since the application is an easy and practical process, people can easily return to their daily lives after the procedure.

How Long Is the Permanence of Under-Eye Light Filling?

The permanence of the application made with the right dose and the right technique is 15-18 months.

What are the Risks of Under-Eye Light Filling?

The possibility of bruising is very high in the applications made with the needle. There is almost no risk of bruising in cannula applications. Since the hyaluronic acid used dissolves over time and can be dissolved with hyaluronidase in case of a problem, it can be said that it is a very safe application when done in expert hands.