Filling materials can be used to replace the lost volume in order to eliminate the fat and skeletal volume loss that occurs over time on the face, and to fill the wrinkles and grooves.
Along with the development of technology, the developments in the filling sector have enabled the use of filling materials with different properties for different regions with many different skin-subcutaneous characteristics. Although there are many materials used as a basis, the most preferred are hyaluronic acid fillers, which are also an element of human connective tissue. These fillings are highly compatible with tissues and are dissolved by the body within an average of 8-12 months, although it varies from person to person.
By using filling materials, it is possible to reduce the signs of aging in many parts of the face, to fill the missing volumes, and to improve the orientation of the face.
Filling applications are used in treatments such as volume loss in the temple area, removal/reduction of deep grooves between the eyebrows, gaining the volume of the cheek area, elimination of volume losses around the eyes, forming the chin contour, and advancing the chin tip. It has become the gold standard in the treatment of nasolabial groove and lip thickening.
All filling applications can be performed under examination conditions after the application of local anesthetic cream. The person can continue his normal life after the procedure. Swelling and numbness in the applied area for a few days after the procedure is normal. The net effect is evaluated after the swelling subsides.
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