Dermal fillers are used in aesthetic plastic surgery in Turkey, especially in the removal of wrinkles and rejuvenation operations. The fillers used for filling processes have a gel-like content.
They are used to shape, increase and improve contour and volume in deformed, sagging, wrinkled skin due to age, genetic and environmental factors. They can also be preferred for skin cleansing, renewal, and revitalization.
Content of Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are diverse in terms of content. They are named according to the structure used as the filling material. Due to the material it contains, it increases the lubrication in the moving parts of the body such as the joints.
Dermal fillers are made up of natural ingredients. The areas where dermal fillers are injected become stronger and these areas gain volume. Wrinkles and loosening are removed in the volume-gaining skin.
Is Dermal Filler Suitable for Every Area of the Body?
Dermal fillers are compatible with every skin due to their natural structure. They are used in certain parts of the body, especially for aesthetic purposes. They are often preferred for wrinkles removal, rejuvenation, smooth skin, full nose tip, and lips.
Especially recently, they are used by experts in Europe and Turkey to shape the jaw structure. According to the areas of use on the body:
Glabella lines (middle of the eyebrows)
Forehead, we can sort it as the nose.
How are Dermal Filling Procedures Applied?
In Turkey, dermal filler procedures are performed by injecting the filler material into the area to be treated with personalized disposable needles. The area to be treated is first anesthetized with anesthetic creams and drugs so that the patient is comfortable and does not feel any pain.
Dermal filler procedures are performed in an average of 20-30 minutes depending on the treatment area and the procedure.
How Long Does the Filling Effect Last?
Dermal fillers are long-term aesthetic procedures that can be used. The fact that it contains natural substances in its structure causes these substances to break down and disappear over time in the body. For this reason, the permanence period varies between 6-12 months on average. The patient’s age, biological structure and environmental factors affect the permanence of dermal fillers. Complementary filling procedures can usually be recommended by your aesthetic physicians.
Can everyone have filling procedures?
Dermal filler procedures can be used in people between the ages of 18-60. It is generally not preferred in patients with skin disorders. After the discomfort in the skin area to be filled is corrected, the dermal filling can be applied if the doctor deems it appropriate.
It is not suitable for use by pregnant and lactating women. If there is discomfort that will cause complications after dermal filling, the filling process is not applied again.
What Does Dermal Filling Do?
Dermal fillers improve wrinkles and loosening in certain parts of the body for various reasons. Fillers used for aesthetic purposes are also used for therapeutic purposes.
In nose surgeries, dermal fillers are used to provide comfortable breathing. Recently, they are frequently preferred in smile aesthetics with the Smile Design movement.
Autologous fat injections in Dermal Fillers
The new generation of autologous fat injection forms of dermal fillers is performed by surgically removing the person’s own fat by liposuction and injecting it into the body.
The fat taken from the person is purified by special methods. These oils are easily injected into the areas that require filling and an aesthetic appearance is provided.