Fillers application to have a prettier skin and a younger look is one of the irreplaceable non-operative aesthetical applications especially on the face area. Hyaluronic acids are usually used in filling injections planned in various structures and volumes not only for the face but for each part of the body. It constitutes a step of a series of applications called face rejuvenation as well as removal of thin wrinkles and lines, filling of some hollow areas, making gonion and chin line prominent, reducing the depth of the under-eye bone structure and the tear duct, mainly volumizing lips.
Fillers can be applied by very thin needles or cannulas following disinfection of the application area upon a local anesthetic cream applied on the respective area. If a patient does not draw attention in social life following filling applications, it indicates that the procedure has been performed correctly.
What Are The Most Common Filling Areas?
A mild redness and edema on the application area can be considered normal. Bruise removing cream and cold compression following the procedure will facilitate the process. More natural results can be seen upon homogenization of the filling injected in the area in 3-7 days following the operation. Some people who are extremely sensitive to the material used can develop allergies although very rarely, and sometimes the filling can be palpable or infected especially in surface applications.
In filling applications, the permanence period will depend on the brand and content used. It is important to decide the brand and content to be used together with your physician to prevent any subsequent complications.