Filling applications are one of the most preferred methods in medical aesthetics. And hyaluronic acid is the most popular filling material used in filling applications. As our skin gets older, collagen, elastin tissue and hyaluronic acid levels are decreased.
In filling applications, hyaluronic acid is injected in subdermal with the help of tiny needles. Having the consistency of a jelly, hyaluronic acid increases the ability of the skin to keep water to provide density.
On What Purposes May the Filling Materials Be Used?
• Filling materials are used for; Filling deep and thin wrinkles on the face,
• Adding fullness and definition to lips,
• Embodying cheek, chin, supraorbital area,
• Removing deep scars caused by acne or other reasons.
What Are the Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid?
• Helps keeping the skin smooth and flexible.
• Helps preventing acne scars.
• Provides restoration and flexibility on the lips. This feature helps to keep the skin young.
• Helps the production and care of collagen fibers. Sufficiency of collagen results in the loss of flexibility of the skin.
• At the same time, helps to fight against skin inflammation and irritation.
• As the body gets older, mitosis rate gets slower and as a result, rejuvenation and regeneration process slows down. Hyaluronic acid helps to turn the situation for our benefit.
Is a new treatment method among mesotherapy and filling techniques that is used to give the skin the ability to reflect light back.
It is a simple and effective method that takes place in 3 sessions that are 3-4 weeks apart from each other. Visible results are achieved with the first injection and ongoing sessions.
Which Areas is Filling Applied on?
• Between the eyebrows,
• Nasolabial area,
• Horizontal lines above lips are the most common application areas.
• Low molecular-weight fillings may be applied on the neck and back of the hand. Correction of nasal disorders are also possible with filling applications.