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Filler Injection

What is Filler Injection?

Filling injection is the method used in the treatment of wrinkles that appear with the aging of the basic building blocks such as collagen and hyaluronic acid in the human skin and subcutaneous tissue.


What Does Filler Injection Do?

Filling injection has become one of the foremost procedures of non-surgical aesthetics. Recently, fillers, whose effect is extremely compatible in terms of compatibility with the body, have gained the high satisfaction and trust of the patients who use them. Fillers, which can be applied to most parts of the body, are mostly applied to the face area today. While these substances can be applied alone in order to remove wrinkles in problematic areas of the body.

How is Face Filling Treatment Performed?

It is injected into the predetermined area with a fine needle. It usually does not require anesthesia but can be applied optionally. The gel fills under the wrinkles and eliminates the wrinkles. The process takes about 20-30 minutes. In some areas it is completed in a much shorter time. The result is immediately visible.

Where is filler injection used?

Nasolabial lines (lines extending from the corners of the nose to the edges of the lips)

Lines descending from the corners of the lips

Fine lines above the lip

Deep acne and scars

Lip augmentation Filling the hollow under the eyes

Creating a clearer jawline

Cheekbone and cheek definition


Will there be pain after filler injection?

It is normal to feel pain after the effect of the local anesthetic drug after the operation. This pain is a mild pain and is relieved in a short time with painkillers recommended by your doctor.

ΩAre there any side effects of filler injection?

Although rare, there may be mild swelling in the treated area that lasts for several hours. Allergic reactions may occur, although rarely. Redness, itching, or stiffness in the area may occur.