Dermal fillers often consist of hyaluronic acid, which is found in certain fluids and tissues in the body and gives fullness to the skin. They are designed to treat different symptoms of aging or other cosmetic problems.
The persistence of the fillers depends on their content and the region they are injected. Some fillers last 6 months, while others last 2 years or longer.
Individuals should clearly explain their individual needs and expectations to their physician to determine what will be the best choice for them.
Dermal Fillers and areas of use
Different types of dermal fillers are designed to treat the changing signs of aging. Depending on the filler chosen, they can be used in the following regions:
• Lip filling, lip augmentation
• Reducing the vein, bony appearance on the hand
• Shadows, bruises and collapses under the eyes caused by the detention light pad and the lower eyelid
• To fill acne, scars or indentations on the face
• Filling or softening static wrinkles, especially in the lower face area (around the mouth and cheeks)
It can be used in any area that loses its volume and smoothness. This includes wrinkles around the mouth, thin lips and cheeks. They can also be used in forehead wrinkles, scars and other areas that require extra volume for a smoother appearance.
Why Apply Dermal Fillers?
Dermal fillers are the most commonly used non-surgical rejuvenation treatments that help reduce the appearance of deformation in the facial contours and restore the volume and fullness of the face.
As we age, our faces naturally lose their subcutaneous fat. The facial muscles then work closer to the surface of the skin, so smile lines and goose's feet become more prominent.
Facial skin also contributes to this facial volume loss. Other factors that affect facial skin include sun exposure, genetics, and lifestyle. Here dermal fillers provide a non-surgical treatment option that is beneficial to reject this whole process.
Benefits of Dermal Fillers
• Plump lips
• Recovering the lost contour line
• Softening of vascularity in hands
• Facial wrinkle removal
• Improve the appearance of tracks
• Remove bruise
• Relieving early signs of aging
For some patients, surgical operations such as face lift, eyebrow lifting or eyelid aesthetics may be the best approach. Non-surgical rejuvenation therapies, such as soft tissue fillers, cannot achieve the same results in advanced cases, but fillings at the right times before they reach an advanced wear point can help to delay the signs of aging.
We would like to remind you that for long-term results either ongoing treatment or surgery is needed.
Nasal filling refers to changes in the shape of the nose without surgical intervention. This procedure usually involves the injection of skin fillers.
How is the nose filler applied?
The procedure consists of filling the nasal tissue, an anesthetic cream is usually applied for 20-30 minutes, and then injected into the key areas defined by the surgeon and the patient, thereby achieving aesthetic improvement. The injection process usually takes 5-10 minutes and is performed in a clinical setting.
What are the advantages of nose fillers?
The aesthetics of the nasal filling offer many advantages to patients.
First, it is a good option for many patients who do not prefer to undergo surgery or are considering surgery but have not decided yet.
Second, the touch-ups are very easy to perform, because a simple injection is sufficient to add a small amount of filler to a given area. With these properties, the nose can be "shaped" until the desired result is achieved by injections.
And third, nasal filling is much more economical than surgical techniques.
How long will the fillers last?
Since the filling materials used in the nasal filling are not permanent, the technique allows the patient to have an idea of the result without making a permanent commitment. In cases where the patient is not completely satisfied with the outcome, it is reassuring because the procedure is reversible. The fillers last up to 18 months and after this period of time the nose takes its original shape.
Nose fillers could also be used for correcting poor results of previous rhinoplasty procedure.
The widespread use of nasal filling is also applied to patients who have undergone rhinoplasty but need revision nasal aesthetics for minor corrections.
Nasal filling injection may be a good option for such patients. It can be applied to camouflage defects or to add volume to areas with tissue loss.
Nasal filling is a suitable option for any adult who has a general health condition and has no excessive deformity in their nose.
Dermal Fillers Application
Your doctor evaluates the appearance and problem of your face. He will first listen to your requests and complaints, then he will mark the strategic points on your face, the appropriate injection sites for the filler. The injection sites are cleaned with an antibacterial agent.
Anesthetic ointment may be used if you wish to avoid pain in the injection site. Although not completely painless, injections are generally easily tolerated. Injection usually takes only a few minutes for each marked region. Depending on the number of areas to be treated, the entire process may take as little as 15 minutes or up to an hour.
After Dermal Fillers Application
You may experience a slight swelling on your face. An ice pack may be recommended to reduce swelling and alleviate discomfort. You may feel some fullness in the area for a day or two, usually no medication is needed.
You can instantly see the result of the filler application and it will last from several months to several years depending on the patient and the filler used. Good nutrition and skin-appropriate products will increase the life of the process.
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