FACE AND LIP FILLING
A wrinkle-free and tense facial appearance is an indicator of health and youth. We use filling materials to correct deformations caused by aging, environmental factors (sun rays, the effect of gravity, cosmetic issues, smoking, stressful life conditions) or structural reasons. Filling applications are often preferred in order to alleviate wrinkles, tissue and cell losses, collapse and clarification at the contour borders, to replace the reduced volume, to remove the sagging area, to eliminate deep lines and to thicken the lips.
Filling materials are divided into 2 main classes as permanent and discontinuous. Permanent filling devices are the ones we do not prefer because they have risks such as allergic reaction and migration to unwanted areas in the long term.
The most frequently used artifacts are the discontinuous filling materials that remain in the middle of an average of 9-12 months. Recently, hyaluronic acid fillers that can last 2 and 3 years have been produced, they are more costly. Discontinuous fillings, which consist of structural elements in the body or chemical elements that can replace these structural elements, are preferred because the allergy potential is lower and the undesirable effects that occur after application are limited with the permanence of the filling. Hyaluronic acid, which is included in the discontinuous filling devices, is a matter in the dermis layer of the skin of all living things. Thanks to its water retention feature, it plays a role in providing skin elasticity. Depending on the area to be filled, the hyaluronic acid issue with a different molecular load is selected. With hyaluronic acid, discontinuous filling of areas such as lips, cheekbones and midface, the middle of the eyebrows, the rim of the nose can be made. The application is performed in the office environment, under sterile conditions and following the application of local anesthetic cream. Afterwards, small bruising may be observed at the injection sites, rarely. In order to avoid this, it is recommended not to take blood thinners such as aspirin for a week before the application.
It is very valuable that the work to be used is specially produced for this work, stored under appropriate conditions, sterile and used exclusively for the individual. Side effects that may occur in filling processes with hyaluronic acid are pain, swelling, nodules and discoloration at the injection site. Rarely, granuloma formation may occur. In this case, injections of the enzyme hayluronidase, which dissolves hyaluronic acid, can be applied.
As a result of a successful filling application made with appropriate works, the person’s word softening, reduction in facial lines, recovery of sagging, disappearance of facial collapses, in short, one percent enlightenment and rejuvenation are the words of the word.