Medical Aesthetics Physician Dr. Cenk Gül gave information about the subject. One of the most applied non-surgical applications in aesthetic surgery is fillers. Filler is an injection treatment that is widely used as a cosmetic procedure to get rid of appearance problems. It is a preferred method to compensate for the loss of facial volume, to reduce wrinkles and to provide fullness in certain areas.
Filling can be used in many different regions and the most preferred filling types and these regions are;
Lips: Plump, plump lips have become a popular trend in recent years. It is used to inject fillers into the lips, to obtain a fuller and more shaped lip appearance. Hyaluronic acid-based fillers are frequently preferred to increase lip volume, correct lip lines and define lip contours.
Face Oval: Filling injections are an effective method for reshaping the face oval, as the face oval experiences sagging and loss of volume over time. Filling applications to the cheeks and chin area are used to provide a young and fresh appearance on the face. These fillers help redefine the face oval by adding volume to the cheeks.
Under Eye Area: The under eye area is one of the areas where the signs of aging are seen the most. Under-eye circles, bags and depressions can cause a tired appearance. Hyaluronic acid fillers are applied to the under-eye area to correct the defects around the eyes and to achieve a younger appearance.
Nose: Aesthetic filler injections can also be used to improve the shape and contour of the nose. In this procedure, also known as non-surgical rhinoplasty, the nose shape is corrected by injecting filler on the nose, the pits are filled or the ridge of the nose is straightened.
Or: Hands are one of the areas where the signs of aging are seen the most. An aged appearance may occur as the skin on the hands becomes thinner, the veins become more prominent and the bones become more prominent. Filler injections are used to remove volume loss in the hands, improve skin texture and achieve a youthful appearance.
The most preferred filler types are usually hyaluronic acid-based fillers. Since hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the body, it has fewer side effects and its effects last temporarily. This gives you the flexibility to make changes when the person achieves the results they want or when the effect of the filler wears off.
Filling injections can be applied in more areas besides the areas mentioned above. Depending on the area to be treated and the needs of the person, a specialist healthcare professional will determine the most appropriate filling treatment. It is important to consult an experienced specialist and use the right products when injecting fillers. In addition, the person's health status and the risk of allergic reactions should be considered.