Facial Aesthetics in General

What is the Topographic Anatomy of the Human Face?
The human face is examined horizontally by dividing it into 3 parts. The area from the beginning of the hair to the eyes is called the ‘Upper Face’, the area between the eyes and the lip line is called the ‘Mid Face’, and the area from the lip line to the chin tip is called the ‘Lower Face’. The face is examined vertically by dividing it into 5 parts. Perpendicular lines passing through both wings of the nose form the middle column. On both sides of the middle column, between the inner point where the nose wing or eyelids meet (medial canthus) and the outer point where the eyelids meet (lateral canthus) are the 2nd and 3rd areas. The 4th and 5th columns extend on both outer sides of these columns. aesthetic face; It starts with a thin chin, cheeks that are slightly wider upwards and is expressed by the ‘inverted triangle’ shape formed by the cheekbones in the widest part of the face. Because the edges of the lips, the lines that cut the inner and outer edges of the eyes and the axis of the eyebrows always follow this inverted triangle pattern and follow a line from the inside to the outside, from the bottom up.

What are the Effects of Aging on the Human Face?
Aging; It occurs with slowing of tissue regeneration, decrease in flexibility, damage to the skin by smoking, sunlight and some chemical substances, and the wearing effect of gravity. Damaged and reduced regeneration capacity, the skin loses its shine and becomes thinner. Tissues that lose their flexibility are displaced downwards by the effect of gravity. Deep and superficial wrinkles occur with the effect of the muscles on the ground. As a result, the face turns into a ‘rectangular’ shape. In rectangular face mold; While the tissues at the level of the cheekbones descended towards the cheeks, the cheeks both melted and drooped lower. The edges of the lips, the axis of the eyes and eyebrows undergo similar displacements.

What should be the target in facial aesthetic applications?
Considering the changes mentioned above, the purpose of the rejuvenation procedures to be applied to the face;
1- To restore the brightness and quality of the skin
2- To obscure the superficial and deep wrinkles on the skin, if possible, to eliminate them,
3- It is to turn the facial features that fit the rectangular pattern back to the inverted triangle pattern.

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