Filling and its types:
The filling process is performed in areas with diminished volume to complete the deficiency or to add more volume. Although there are different types of fillers, hyaluronic acid fillers are mostly preferred due to their tissue compatibility and benefits. Although semi-synthetic or synthetic fillers are longer lasting, hyaluronic acid is preferred because it can be updated by adapting to the natural aging process, taking part in the natural structures of the tissue and positive contributions to the skin.

Fill areas:
Inter-eyebrow area: Provides a complete flattening with botox or alone in cases due to deep folding due to frowning. While the lines that disappear after frown can also be treated with filler, botox is preferred in such cases.

Temporal region: The loss of volume in the upper and lateral parts of both eyebrows causes the eyebrow and eyelid to fall. The filling made in this area helps the eyebrows and eyelids to recover upward.

Edge of the eye: While the primary option in crow's feet lines is botox treatment, very fine fillers can be used as an alternative or in deeper lines than botox can treat.

Under-eye: Sometimes, regardless of age, it is a region where dimpling can be seen even in the twenties. Bruises also accompany allergic problems, especially in the upper respiratory tract. The loss of volume in this area may continue in the form of a depression that continues towards the cheek area. The losses of these regions are reflected in the pit on the nose. The hollow image causes a tired and exhausted expression. The under-eye filling is called light filling because it does not only fill the hollow area, but also provides illumination with the loss of shadow in the dark area and the structural healing of the skin that causes bruising.

Cheekbone area: The losses in this area are in the form of a notched appearance on the cheek or a depression when in larger amounts. Sometimes, large volume losses that cause diseased appearance can be completely replaced by filling application. The volume of the cheekbone area, which is considered an important part of the triangle expression on the face, is an important expression of youth.

Nasolabial (nose edge) folds: This area generally begins to take shape after the age of twenty teeth. This region, which may be very sharp in some, is seen as the displacement of the volume towards the lower region on the face. For this reason, it is not a good option to fill this area in cases that draw attention due to the folding just above the hollow area here. It will show more swelling in the lower part of the face. In such cases, thinning the fold area first with laser lipolysis is a much better option. In such cases, the area to be filled is the under eye pit and cheekbone area when there is a deficiency. Appropriately qualified fillings made here will provide more qualified improvement by positioning the volume in the upper region of the face.

Upper lip lines: Filling application provides good results in vertical lines that are generally caused by smoking.

Lower corners of the mouth: The collapse in the lower corner of the mouth is generally associated with facial expressions. If the lip puckering movement, which is called the expression of dissatisfaction, is very evident, firstly reducing this movement with the botox process and then filling the triangular area in the lower corner of the lip will provide improvement.

Jaw area: In those with very small natural structure of the chin, adding volume with filling equates the part from the lower tip of the nose to the bottom of the chin to the nose root-lower tip and forehead scalp-nasal root ratios. Especially providing this ratio provides a great improvement in side views. The jaw, which has a rough appearance, can be made structurally smooth and the contours are smooth in those with a high chin shrinking effect.

Above the nose: As long as it is not exaggerated in the arched nose, flattening of the nose can be achieved with the small diameter effect.

Neck lines: In the case of deep horizontal lines on the neck due to strong platysma band movement, filling application with botox is effective.

Lip filling: Lip is also one of the areas that experience significant volume loss with age. Shrinkage in volume, increase in lines and dryness increase. If desired, a fresher appearance can be achieved with the filling without a noticeable growth in volume. A lip whose edge contour is emphasized and whose lines are lost offers a very healthy look. In cases where a change in volume is desired, it is possible to reach the desired size as much as the general structure of the lip allows.

Application: Generally, with negligible pain or in sensitive areas such as lips, comfortable application can be performed with local anesthesia. The application is completed in a short time. Generally, there is no problem except possible bruising due to injection. This situation can also be eliminated by using cannulae in the under-eye and temporal areas where bruising may be relatively higher. Even the applications made with cannula in these areas They are the most comfortable filling applications.

Effect period: The preferred filling structure in the application area shows effectiveness from 6 months to 24 months depending on whether it is performed for the first time and whether the movement is intense. Fillers made as needed may take effect for a much longer time over time and may not even make you feel the need.