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Over time, some changes begin to appear in our skin. With the loosening and loss of water in our connective tissues, the reduction of bone tissues and the effect of gravity, sagging occurs in the cheek, chin and neck region and our wrinkles become evident. Filling applications are used to replace the loss of volume that occurs with aging and time, and to provide volume or clarity to a region. It is an excellent treatment option for those who want to eliminate signs of aging by minimizing the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles, in order to achieve a youthful appearance.
What is Filler?
When filling applications are first started, materials such as permanent silicones and bovine collagen with a high risk of allergic reaction are used. Today, the most frequently used material in filling applications is hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule normally found in our skin structure that can hold 1000-10,000 times its volume of water.
Do Fillers Cause an Allergic Reaction?
Since it is a molecule that is also present in our own connective tissue, an allergic reaction against hyaluronic acid is not expected. While preparing the filling materials, hyaluronic acid molecules are brought together with special bonding technologies. Hyaluronic acid fillers are produced under laboratory conditions, in sterile environments, they are not of animal origin.
What is dermal fillers used for?
We apply this substance, which has a consistency like ultrasound gel, to the areas where we want to provide volume, clarity or contour in filling applications. Its water-retaining feature makes the skin look more moist and radiant in superficial applications, while in deep applications it provides volume and clarity in facial lines.
How Long Is the Filler Effect Time?
It dissolves spontaneously within an average of 8-18 months, depending on the combination of the filler molecules and the dynamic structure of the area where it is applied.
How are fillers dissolved?
In cases where the filling results are not cosmetically satisfied or the filling creates circulation problems, the “hyaluronidase” enzyme is applied and the bonds that hold the hyaluronic acid molecules together are destroyed and the filling is dissolved.
Is Filler Application Painful?
Filling application is not a very painful procedure. For this reason, anesthesia is usually not necessary before the procedure, but in some special and sensitive areas, numbing creams are applied before the procedure and waited for 15-20 minutes. If the patient’s pain threshold is low before the application of very sensitive areas such as lips, intraoral needledental anesthesia( anesthetics applied by dentists through the mouth) can be applied.Since mouth movements may also be affected after dental anesthesia, it is normal for lip movements to appear asymmetrical for 1-2 hours after the procedure. It is recommended not to consume hot food and beverage during this 1-2 hour period.
How is Filler Treatments Performed?
The procedure is performed with very fine-tipped needles or with blunt, blunt aids called “cannula”.
When do we notice the effects of fillers?
The effects are seen as soon as the procedure is done. In some skins, there may be a slight swelling and temporary bruises after the application, the filler retains some more water after the procedure. Lip augmentation may cause a feeling of crusting, cracks and tightness on the lips due to the increased volume. During this period, the use of white vaseline or lip balms is recommended.Usually, a control examination is done in the first week.
What Should Be Considered Before and After Filler Treatments?
The procedure should be performed when the general condition of the person is healthy. Before the procedure, blood thinners (such as aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory), vitamins such as coenzyme Q, vitamin E and green tea should not be drunk.
The use of blood thinners may increase the risk of developing problems such as swelling and bruising during and after the application. You should share the existence of these conditions with your doctor.
The treated areas should be avoided from contact with water for at least eight hours. It is recommended not to enter the sea or pool for the first 24 hours. After the procedure, you should not be in environments such as sauna-hammam for 1 week. Unless your doctor recommends it, excessive massage should not be done on the treated area. Plenty of water should be drunk.
Does Filler Cause Herpes?
If you have a previous history of herpes, you should inform your doctor. Especially after lip augmentation, new herpes attacks can be observed in people who have had herpes before. Your doctor will recommend preventive treatments and treatments that can help you get over a possible attack faster.
How Long Do The Effects Last After Filler Treatments? How Many Months Does the Filler Persistence Last?
The effects after the filling application can last for 8-18 months on average, depending on the molecular bonding structure of the applied filling and the characteristics of the applied area. While the effects may last as long as 18-24 months after applications on immobile areas such as on the bone, this period may decrease up to 6-8 months in areas that are very active and under the influence of friction, such as the lips. Regular and combined applications with other treatments can prolong the permanence of the filler.
In Which Areas Is Filler Applied?
Frequent filling usage areas;
• Under-eye pits, grooves, upper-eye pits
• Temporal area
• Nasolabial folds
• Smile lines
• Marionette lines
• Chin, jawline
• Acne scars
• Forhead, glabellar area
It can be used almost anywhere on the face and neck with deep and fine wrinkles.
In the application of lip augmentation, volume and clarity are provided to the part of the lip where the lipstick is applied. With proper application techniques, undesirable appearances such as swelling, duck lip appearance or clumping in the mustache area on the lip are not encountered.
How is Lip Fillers Performed?
The procedure is performed comfortably after local anesthesia.
In applications with cannula, natural results are obtained and the possibility of short-term side effects such as bruising, edema and pain is minimized.
Its effects are immediately visible and last for 8-12 months.
How many ml is Lip Fillers?
The amount of filling required to see the desired effects in filling applications varies according to personal characteristics. The amount of filling that will be needed is determined after the examination. Usually in 1 session application of more than 1 ml of lip filler may cause the displacement of the lip filler after a while and overflow to the upper lip mustache area. For this reason, it is recommended to wait an average of 3 months between two applications in case of a need to apply more than 1 ml of filler.
Mid Face Fillers
Especially at the end of the 20s – the beginning of the 30s, the cheeks begin to lose their old plump appearance. With the decrease in the volume of adipose tissue and the loosening of the connective tissues that hold them in place, displacement and sagging are observed. The mid-face area is flattened, the relationship between the lower eyelid and cheek is disturbed, the under-eyes look tired, the folds on the nasolabial region between the nose and lip increase, the corner of the lip turns downward, causing a sad expression, the sagging on the lower face continues past the chin line and into the chin-neck disrupts the sharp transition of the line.
All these events actually happen before our eyes, but due to slow events, they are usually first noticed in photographs.
The facial features of youth, resembling a triangle at the top, gradually become rectangular.
The aim of mid-face filling is to replace what we lost over time with hyaluronic acid fillings, to reduce the sad and tired expression, to support the tissues that start to sag over time, and to carry them upwards with vectorial forces. Mid-face filling is often preferred to provide suitable and solid support before under-eye filling, nasolabial filling or jaw line filling applications. It reduces the amount of filler that will need to be applied in these areas, reduces the rectangular appearance of the face, and provides oval and curved, distinct and strong facial features.
Its effects are immediately visible and last for an average of 12-18 months. Since the fillers also stimulate the production of collagen while melting, better results are often observed even after the melting period of the fillers is completed than before the filling.
How many ml is the Mid-Face Fillers?
The amount of filling required to see the desired effects in filling applications varies according to personal characteristics. The amount of filling that will be needed is determined after the examination.
Under Eye Fillers
When the under-eye area becomes pitted genetically or due to age, this pit looks like a dark shadow. Since the skin in this area is also very thin and the underlying muscle tissue is dark in color, the skin reflects the color of the underlying tissue and the eye area appears dark and dark. This look also gives the face a tired expression.
In the application of under-eye fillers, the pit area under the eyes is supported with the help of hyaluronic acid fillers, dark and shadowy areas are illuminated.
Before the procedure, the tissues around the eyes should be evaluated well, the application may not be suitable for everyone. Sometimes it may be necessary to apply it by supporting it with mid-face fillings, and sometimes it may be necessary to combine it with methods such as mesotherapy, peeling, gold needle or laser suitable for the eye area.
Before the procedure, anesthetic creams are applied. When applied with the help of non-pointed, elastic auxiliary apparatus called “Cannula”, the possibility of damaging the vascular-nerve structures around the eyes is avoided. In this way, it is very rare to see temporary side effects such as edema-bruise-pain.
The effects are immediately visible. The processing time is on average 15-20 minutes. Afterwards, social life can be continued. Its effectiveness lasts for an average of 12 months.
How many ml is the Under Eye Filler?
The amount of filler required for the desired effects to be seen in filling applications varies according to personal characteristics. The amount of filler that will be needed is determined after the examination. However, it is generally tried not to use more than 1 ml of volume in the same session in under-eye fillers. If necessary, additional filler applications can be made after a 1-3 month break.
The back of the jaw tip and jaw line can sometimes cause cosmetic problems as well as orthodontic problems. A chin that is too far back in structure can cause an indistinct jaw line, the under-neck-jowl region to appear more voluminous than it is, and the neck-face transition to become unclear.
Changes in this jaw line may be structural or acquired over time.
Sharp jaw lines provide a strong, attractive, healthy and vigorous appearance for both men and women. In recent years, it has become one of the most popular filling applications in filling applications.
The chin tip and jaw line area can also be shaped with hyaluronic acid fillers. Since the tissue imitated in this region is bone filling, the preferred filling materials are generally harder.
How Many ml is Jawline Filler?
The amount of filling required to see the desired effects in filling applications varies according to personal characteristics. The amount of filler that will be needed is determined after the examination.
When Do Jawline Filler Effects Appear?
The effects are immediately visible. The processing time is on average 20-30 minutes. Afterwards, social life can be continued. Its effects last for an average of 18 months.
Antalya Filler Prices
Before filler applications, the appropriate filler type and amount are determined during the examination. Filler treatment prices vary depending on these features.