Dermal Fillers

The method filler injection is one of the most preferred methods for removing skin lines and wrinkles. Elasticity of our skin diminishes over time with aging and it leads wrinkles and sagging. Rejuvenating cosmetic interventions remove these implications of aging and give us a younger look. The method filler injection is generally used for removing wrinkles, correcting the skin contour deficiencies and augmenting lips. You can use fillers for having a younger look in your face.

For which purpose is filler applied?

The purpose of filler application is giving the face a younger look. This medical aesthetic application that becomes effective in a short time helps regain skin’s elasticity, renewal of the decreased fat layer and erasure of the wrinkles in the skin caused by collagen deficiency. Particularly with aging, the lower part of the face starts to sag. With the effect of such sagging, people look older and paler than they really are. Filler applications to the face make skin look plumper and create a lifting effect in the face. Filler aesthetics also allow skin to treat scars and acnes.

Dermal fillers can be used for:

  • ·         The cheeks and cheekbones
  • ·         The chin
  • ·         Jawline definition
  • ·         The lips and fine lines
  • ·         The nasolabial lines
  • ·         The tear troughs
  • ·         The nose
  • ·         Marionette lines

What is a facial filler application?

Facial filler application removes the hollowness in skin. With the reduced collagen and fat tissue, hollowing may occur in people’s faces. This makes people older and less healthy. With facial filler application, one can get rid of that unhealthy look within 20-30 minutes only. You can have younger and plumper facial features. Facial filler application enhances cheekbones, removes wrinkles in the foreneck and around the mouth. Facial filler application is also chosen to raise the nose, make eyebrows look upturned and emphasize lips.

 What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a natural sugar-derived molecule found all over the human body, wherever hydration and lubrication are needed such as non-surgical facial fillers and dermal fillers. It’s abundant in your skin, joints and even your brain! With the aging process, fine lines signs of aging appear such as the production of hyaluronic acid (HA) begins to wane, along with collagen and elastin. These elements are responsible for youthful-looking, plump skin, so the loss will naturally translate to sagging, wrinkles and skin dehydration.

We lose fat and muscle mass on the areas of the face over time. When fat pads begin to shrink, volume loss, hollows and facial tissue sagging may result, making signs of aging appear. Fillers are used to bring back your youthful look with natural looking results most commonly in areas of the face.

Most common areas of treatment are: marionette lines, smile lines, nasolabial folds.

 What does HA hyaluronic acid dermal fillers do?

HA hyaluronic acid is hydrophilic- meaning it loves water and can bind with water molecules in the skin. There are a variety of dermal filler materials available today, and some contain a mixture of HA hyaluronic acid with other dermal fillers materials, but a standard fan favourite for patients and injectors alike are the temporary, 100% natural and non-surgical HA hyaluronic acid dermal fillers / dermal gels. Hyaluronic acid molecules are crosslinked using different methods depending on the manufacturer. Cross-linking technologies can impart specific characteristics of visco-elasticity and change how dermal fillers and facial fillers are integrated into the tissue.

There are thick, firm gels dermal filler used to build up large, foundational facial structures like cheeks. Alternatively, thinner, more liquid dermal fillers are made to work well just under the skin surface and in delicate areas like the under eye and oral region.

Where can filler be applied?

Lip fillers, facial fillers and under eye fillers are used for creating a younger and more dynamic look on people’s faces. Facial fillers can be applied to patients’ cheekbone, forehead, tear troughs, nose, chin, lower chin line, eyebrows, acne scars.

Does dermal fillers look fake?

This is a significant question for many people who visit a plastic surgeon- whether they’re seeking a facelift procedure or non-surgical, injectable facial rejuvenation. Everyone wants to look younger, healthy and attractive, but few people would like to appear fake. The worry about unnatural looking results can prevent some people from taking the next step and scheduling their treatment. We’ll explain how non-surgical injectable fillers results can be made beautifully realistic and subtle, as well as a few tips you need to know.

How is filler applied?

Filler application is an extremely easy procedure which does not require anesthetization. It takes only 30 minutes and you can get back to work and everyday life right after the treatment. At first, the application area is prepared for filler injection. Then, the filler is injected into the points to be filled. Depending on the person’s need, sometimes filler is applied to a single point and filler application is completed by injection into several points at other times. After the procedure, side effects such as bruises and swelling may be observed. However, all these side effects disappear and a relaxed and younger look is gained within a few days.

Is filler application painful?

Filler application is completely pain free. Before the application, anesthetic lotion is applied to your skin locally to make you feel no pain. Then, the filler is injected with a fine-lead needle. After the filler application, it is normal to feel a slight tingling in the application area. This tingling will automatically disappear within a few hours.

Does filler application give permanent results?

Permanence of filler application’s results varies depending on the injected substance. The effects of natural looking fillers remain for 6 months to one year in general. If you want your filler to look more permanent, we recommend you to get it renewed. 60% of fat-based fillers melt 6 months after the application, while the remaining is permanent for longer. At this stage, fat tissue in your body becomes prominent. When you lose weight, fat tissues in your body will also be lost naturally. Lip fillers’ life is generally 6 months. After 6 months, the filler in your lips melt down and your lip will relapse.

How much do filler applications cost?

For Ministry of Health-accredited centers, it is not legal to specify prices on their website.  Therefore, please dial +90212 241 46 24 to contact our polyclinic and get information on our filler application prices.

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