As you get older, a reduction in some substances in the body is inevitable. Especially deficiency of support substance in the skin, shows itself in the form of wrinkles, collapses and sagging. The cause of such deformations is the reduction in the amount of collagen and hyaluronic acid that preserves moisture in the skin. The deficiency of these substances can be compensated in a short time by the aesthetic filling method. The procedure is based on a botox injection process with very fine-tipped needles that can eliminate wrinkles on the nasal edges, sagging of the edges of the lip and sag in the region of the cheekbone. Can be applied to other parts of the body.
How To Apply Aesthetic Filler?
After the determination of the area to be filled, the properties and amount of the drug to be used are determined. Although pain relief applications such as anesthetic creams and cold compresses are performed prior to the filling process started, which lasts between 10 and 30 minutes, slight pain may be felt during injection. This pain is short-term and the patient can be returned to social life immediately after the procedure.
How Often Do You Need To Apply It?
Before the average 6-12 months, the skin does not return to the previous state. At the end of this period, the application can be done again to avoid the skin re-emergence of wrinkles, sagging and collapse. At the same time, thanks to the materials reinforced by the process, the skin’s moisture and water retention are increased and the skin quality is increased.
What should You pay attention to?
Persons allergic to the active substance of the filling, avoid application; It is important that people with a systematic disease who are required to use the drug on a regular basis should share this situation with their physicians before the application.
It is not recommended to make very hot or very cold compresses in the treated area for the first 3 days. Again, the first 3 days will be in place, avoiding the sun and the pool. High pressure massage should be avoided during the first 1 week period.