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What is Fill? For What Purpose Is It Used?

Fillers are products prepared in a sterile manner under laboratory conditions in order to complement the organic substances that are already in the human body to a certain extent but have decreased over time. Cosmetic fillers can generally be used for the following purposes;

· To eliminate volume losses and dimples in subcutaneous soft tissues due to age and hormonal changes.

· Removing lines/wrinkles on the skin

· Used for contour correction; It can be used to support procedures such as fat injection (lipofilling), botox.

How Is Filling Used?

Filling treatment can be used in almost every part of the body in order to eliminate the lack of volume and close the cupping. The most common areas of use are the face, trunk, breast, buttocks. It can also be used in the arm and leg area if needed.

The area where the filler is used for wrinkles is mainly the face area. Filling treatment is mainly used in the treatment of stationary wrinkles.

The wrinkling of human skin, or more accurately, its aging is due to various reasons. Some basic factors; genetic structure, the cumulative effect of gravity, environmental conditions (sun, ultraviolet), nutrition, habits such as smoking. While some of these factors can be changed, it is unfortunately not possible to interfere with some of them.

Wrinkles on human skin are generally divided into two groups.

1. Static wrinkles (Static wrinkles)

2. Moving Wrinkles (Dynamic wrinkles)

It will be useful for people who are looking for a cure for facial wrinkles to understand these differences without drowning in too many details. to our faces; These wrinkles, which occur instantaneously when these muscles contract, which give expressions such as fear, anger, surprise, worry, and joy, disappear when the muscle relaxes. Stationary wrinkles, on the other hand, are the wrinkles that are constantly present independently of the movement of the mimic muscles, which are formed as a result of the decrease in skin quality over time, the loss of volume or displacement of the subcutaneous tissues.

Wrinkles, which initially start as moving wrinkles, cause reductions in skin and subcutaneous tissue quality, thinning and loss of volume by the voluntary and involuntary contractions of the mimic muscles on our face thousands of times every day. In other words, the skin and subcutaneous tissue in the area where these contractions occur becomes thinner. Initially, mobile wrinkles begin to become static wrinkles.

While the first option for dynamic wrinkle treatment is botox treatment, the first choice for static wrinkle treatment; filling and fat injection. These treatments can be used in combination in areas where different types of wrinkles coexist.

Filling is frequently used in the face area, especially in order to close the cheek area, cheek and lip grooves, and also for forehead and nose root wrinkles that botox cannot open.

What are the Filling Materials?

In fact, although many organic materials that can dissolve in the body over time and that do not have toxic and carcinogenic effects have been identified, it has been shown that some materials are not very suitable as fillers over time. Today, the most commonly used material as a filler is hyaluronic acid. This substance is already present in human soft tissues and makes important contributions to skin smoothness, elasticity and fullness. Today, this substance is a material that can be produced in sterile form in different molecular structures under laboratory conditions.

In addition, there are materials such as hydroxy apatite, polycaprolactone, collagen, which have a longer duration of action.

Hyaluronic acid maintains its effect for 6-12 months, depending on the depth of the applied area. The permanence of the above-mentioned materials such as hydroxyapatite and polycaprolactone can be up to 4 years. However, different materials can be used with varying priorities in different parts of the body due to their different properties. Therefore, it is important to get satisfactory information from your doctor before the procedure.

What Should I Pay Attention To Before And After Filling Application?

It is important that you have not recently used blood thinners such as aspirin before the filling application. It is not important for pregnant women to have fillers.

You will not have too much pain after the filling application. Therefore, you do not need to routinely use painkillers. Depending on the nature of the application area, you may rarely have bruising. Your doctor may recommend cold application to prevent this. For 12 hours after the filling application, you should avoid activities such as sports and housework that will cause you to tilt your head for a long time.

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