What is Face Shaping with Fillers? How is it applied?
Filling applications for aesthetic purposes are made with the extremely safe FDA-approved “Hyaluronic Acid” material.
It is an application based on the principle of replacing this substance under the skin and decreasing over time and filling the intercellular space.
This substance has a low risk of allergy and can be dissolved instantly with a substance called hyaluronidase.
Hyaluronic acid is frequently used in the correction of deep wrinkles on the face and the correction of deep scars. It is one of the biggest advantages of being fast and getting the treatment result immediately. The material given with the needle is absorbed and removed from the body within 6-12 months after the treatment, so it needs to be repeated. Repeated applications do not have a harmful effect on the patient.
Filler (Hyaluronic acid)
Dermal fillers are an invasive treatment used to restore the skin’s youth and volume. As we age, our skin begins to lose its elasticity and natural hydration. Along with the effects of gravity, it can cause lines, wrinkles and sagging on the skin. Water makes up 90% of the skin support tissue. The main substance that retains water in the tissue is hyaluronic acid, a sugar derivative. In other words, it is possible to call hyaluronic acid tissue sugar. The amount of hyaluronic acid decreases in aging skin. As a result, the water holding ability of the skin decreases. As a result, wrinkles appear on the skin. In fact, aging of the leather is directly related to drying.
Fillers are an excellent treatment to restore the volume and fullness of the lips, chin, cheeks, jawline, area under the eyes and even the nose. In some cases, fillings can be used to improve the appearance of scars. Hyaluronic acid is found in all living things and has the same molecular structure. Hyaluronic acid obtained in synthetic media (NASHA) is used as ready-to-use products in injector-filled form, saturated with human tissue and 99.9% pure salt water.
Filling Areas of Use
- For the definition of your cheekbones.
- Lip plumping and defining your lip contour
- Removing your deep eyebrows and forehead lines
- Removing your rim folds
- To correct your cigarette lines above the lip.
- Filling the collapses between the lip and the chin
- For removing lines on the neck and décolleté
How are filler applications done?
Applications are made with cream anesthesia. Block anesthesia is applied only in lip applications. Redness and swelling developing in other areas after the application resolves in 1-2 hours. After consulting with your specialist physician, your goals and expectations will be discussed in detail, and your doctor will prepare your treatment plan. A numbing cream will be applied to the treatment area and you will wait about 30 minutes for it to take effect.
What should one do before applying?
As of one week before the application, aspirin, antipyretic drugs and vitamin C should not be taken. Thus, the risk of spot bleeding is reduced.
What are the suggestions for post-implementation?
Hard chewing movements, talking and laughing are not recommended for 4 hours following the application. The application area should not be massaged. You should try not to pucker your lips during the 2 days following the lip plumping application. You should protect this area from extreme heat (sauna, sunbathing) or extreme cold until the redness and swelling after the application are completely gone.
Average is 15 – 30 minutes.,