Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Applications
Today, with the developing technology in aesthetic surgery, minimally invasive applications have started to increase in popularity. Patients' demand for such applications is always high. However, physicians, especially plastic surgeons, do not see these new technologies as warmly as patients without knowing and trusting their scientific background.
In many cases until a few years ago, there is no solution other than surgery Botox, mesotherapy, PRP, filling, rope face lift techniques, such as combining or alone applications can be very good results.
Applications made by people who have not received adequate training and who do not know the risks are often disappointing.
Although it may seem to be very simple to apply by anyone, it is quite serious to inject an external substance into the human body or try to alter the existing anotomy of the body. The issue is to know which material, which tissue, which layer it can apply to which dose during application, and also to have the knowledge and experience to meet unexpected situations that may arise.
In order to produce injectable material to the human body, it is necessary to undergo very important tests abroad and obtain certificates. Now some of the materials produced in our country gradually began to receive these approvals. Therefore, when you contact a specialist, make sure that the products they offer will be the ones that proved their reliability in the past.
Although the results cannot be compared with surgery, it often satisfies both us physicians and patients when performed with appropriate indication.
What is Lip Filler?
Lip filling is a procedure applied to make the lips look fuller by making volume, clarify the boundaries, correct the asymmetrical appearance and remove the clarity of the aging effect.
Hyaluronic acid inside the lip filler is produced specifically for the lips, unlike the content of the face filler. This chemical compound is injected into the lip tissue and acts as a cushion in the area. Thus, it helps to achieve the desired result. Hyaluronic acid, which makes the lips more pronounced and fuller by acting as a pillow, is excreted in small pieces from our body over time and returns to its pre-application state over time.
What is Cheek Fill?
There are three different types of cheek filler. The first is performed by surgical procedure and the second without surgery. The third is performed by both surgical and non-surgical procedures. When applied with filler injection technique, it can offer practical and quick solutions to the aesthetic problems on the face. This injection method takes 15 minutes. While filling, hyaluronic acid and its types are preferred as fillers.
When the cheek filler material is injected into the face, the surface of the cheek is balanced backwards. And the cheek area is slightly removed. After that, the cheek becomes round. On the other hand, the expansion of the face is controlled by compressing the surrounding tissue. The cheek fill plumps the cheek area. Also contours. To achieve these, this treatment is the most effective method in aesthetic surgery. The cheek dermal filler material pulls the face upwards. Makes face look younger. Decrease of eyes' cavity. The person's nose is revealed. The forehead and chin dislocation is also balanced.
As in any aesthetic procedure, edema formation may occur in the cheek filler. In addition, slight redness of the face may also be seen. Redness can resolve within a few hours. The period for the payment is 1 or 2 days. In order to prevent complications in this cheek filler, a specialist surgeon should be preferred. And the treatment needs to take place in the clinical setting. When this treatment is successful, the results are positive. The face has an aesthetic appearance. And as a result of this treatment, the person becomes younger.
Cheek fillings can also be performed by surgical intervention. This surgical procedure is performed by implant placement. There are various types of implants depending on the facial structure of each person. It is placed on the patient's face by surgery by selecting the most appropriate one for the face shape of the person. At the same time, the implant is fixed to the soft tissue or bone. This surgical procedure is performed under anesthesia. And it can take up to 1 hour. After this treatment is given several days as the healing process. An injection method is recommended for those who fear surgery or anesthesia. And the injection method becomes a faster solution. If the injection method is preferred for this procedure, operations such as wrinkle treatment on the face, treatment of eyelid problems, treatment of eyebrow abortions can be performed in a combined way.
What is Jawline and Jaw Tip Filler
A strong jaw is an important element of an attractive face. A face-compatible jaw shape, a strong jaw line line and symmetrical appearance can help balance the overall look of the face.
The most common deformities in the jaw include volume deficiencies, jaw size, jaw line uncertainty, asymmetry, and under-jaw sagging.
The patient may complain of the neck shape that is incompatible with the face, the weak jaw, the big jaw, or the drooping and wrinkled neck skin in the under-chin region called the tickle. Among the less severe complaints, the ambiguity of the jaw line or the dimple-like lines at the jaw end are among the most common aesthetic complaints.
A strong jaw shape and line symbolize youth, vitality and charm. Having a strong and pronounced jaw line usually means having a pronounced mandibular border extending from the mandibular angle to the jaw point. A good jawbone structure can only be seen in layers or in a non-oily skin.
Filling injections are usually used to fill the skin wrinkles or depressions in the face area. It is also applied to plummet the facial volume deficiencies. When injected under the skin, filler injection raises this area by plumping it. The effect of filler injection usually disappears over a period of time depending on the properties of the product used.
Increased jaw projection with filler injection can create a more ‘V’ shaped face shape. This may make the chin proportions compatible with other features of the face and the overall aesthetics of the face can be increased.
Injection techniques are used in jaw filling. Dermal fillers are used to correct the appearance of the pit in the jaw, to shape and structure the lower face. There are various types of filler used in filling injection. These include hyaluronic acid, bovine collagen (an allergy test is required 4 weeks before treatment), fat cells (obtained from your own body, autologous fat), man-made biodegradable polymer, calcium hydroxylapatite etc. materials. The most important in filling injection is the use of filling material approved by the Ministry of Health.
No anesthesia is required for jaw filling. However, if requested by the patient, your skin may be anesthetized by local anesthesia. In the jaw filling, the filling material is injected under the skin with small needles. The jaw fill session takes approximately 15 minutes.
An accurate treatment plan can provide a clear jaw line, sharpen your structural features and improve the contours of your face and chin significantly.
Hereditary, familial properties have a significant effect on aesthetic properties and correction of the aesthetic defects in the jaw surgery, filler and liposuction techniques can be used. There is no single technique to increase the jaw line for all patients. It also varies as surgical and non-surgical techniques. Surgical techniques provide permanent solutions, while surgery requires anesthesia and recovery time. Non-surgical techniques, ie filling and liposuction techniques, offer a quick and practical solution, do not require recovery time, especially for those who have fear of surgery and do not have enough time for recovery time is a much more attractive option. In addition, non-surgical techniques provide a preliminary trial for patients considering surgery.
Having a weak jaw line, a weak mandibular border and / or jaw shape, soft tissue laxity can be corrected by the jaw fill aesthetics.
What is the temple fill?
Most aging changes can be understood by observing changes in facial volume. Some faces gain weight, albeit from top to bottom. Other faces weaken as you age.
Second, age architecture includes hollow cheeks, trajectories and temples. The temples are located on both sides of the face and eyes. The tip of the eyebrows ends in front of the temples and the upper edge centers your forehead. In the aging process, we all lose volume from our temples. When the temples are going down, this effect is a visible shortening of the upper part of the face, with a noticeable shortening of the eyes to the temple area and a reduction of the eyebrow. The carving of temples is a natural part of the aging process. Soft tissue and bone melts, muscle and fascia (connective tissues) changes. This leads to less structural support in the temple region, resulting in folds, wrinkles and loss of volume. Many non-surgical applications, such as oil injection or hyaluronic acid filler, can be used for hollow temples.
The aesthetic treatment of temples is difficult because the tissue in this area is thin and tends to show irregularity after injection. Highly diluted hyaluronic acid can be injected. The physical properties of this filler disperse the filler in a manner which is not possible by conventional injection applications. As a result, with this modified technique, the result is more predictably smooth, and in skilled hands, there is a low incidence of complications.
Temporary collapse usually starts in the mid-20s and becomes more pronounced in the 40s. Depending on factors such as regular exercise, good nutrition and sports, the temple aging process and collapse may vary. As you age, the cavity in the temple may become more pronounced due to a wide forehead, narrow temples and narrow cheeks. The solution to this in aesthetic surgery is injection of dermal filler.
Dermal filler treatment is very effective for the treatment of temple. Dermal filler injections are used to reshape your temples and restore their former volume. Many dermal fillers are made from a clean gel composed of a substance naturally present in the skin. Dermal fillers vary with viscosity, thickness and longevity. The use of thinner fillers is preferred in areas where your skin is thin and smooth, such as your eye area and temple area. Dermal filler treatment for temples can be done by injection technique using fine tipped needles.
Treatment of temple filling is aimed at the minimum possible amount of bruising. Fine-tipped needles are used for this. Since filler injections spread superficially, there is a low risk of contact with vessels or arterial walls. Most dermal fillers are administered with a local anesthetic, which significantly reduces the risk of pain during your temple filling. This local anesthesia numb the temple; In this way, minimum discomfort is felt during the filler injection. After the filling of the temple, the effects are immediately apparent. If there is any swelling, it will be resolved within 2-3 days of the temple filling.
The life of the temple filling varies depending on age, amount of dermal filler used, placement of dermal filler, and type of dermal filler used. For most patients, results can last up to 12 months.
What Is Nose Filler?
Nasal filling, also known as nasal surgery, refers to changes in the shape of the nose without surgical intervention. This procedure usually involves the injection of skin fillers. Skin fillers, such as hyaluronic acid fillers, are injected into different facial areas to gain volume. The most injected facial areas include lips, nasolabial folds (wrinkles between the edges of the nose and the corners of the mouth) and cheeks. In recent years, non-surgical rhinoplasty technique has been developed, and in this procedure, nasal filling, nasal cavities, indentations, contour deficiencies and asymmetries have been treated.
The procedure consists of filling the nasal tissue, an anesthetic cream usually applied for 20-30 minutes, and then injecting it into the key areas defined by the surgeon and the patient, thereby achieving aesthetic improvement. The injection usually takes 5-10 minutes and is performed in the clinical setting.
Nose filling aesthetics offers many advantages to patients. First, it is a good option for many patients who do not wish to undergo surgery or are considering surgery but have not yet decided. Second, the touch-ups are very easy to perform, because a simple injection is sufficient to add a small amount of filler to a given area. With these properties, the nose can be "shaped" until the desired result is achieved by injections. And thirdly, nasal filling is much more economical than surgical techniques.
Since the filler materials used in the nasal filling are not permanent, the technique allows the patient to have an idea of the outcome without making a permanent commitment. In cases where the patient is not completely satisfied with the outcome, it is reassuring because the procedure is reversible. The filler disappears within a few months and the nose takes its original shape.
There are two main disadvantages. First, the result is not permanent. Depending on the type of filler, the duration of action is different. The result can last from one to two years, depending on the material and injection technique. Second, the main limitation of the technique is that only the volume can be added. If there is a nasal reduction, a forward bump and excessive curvature, the injection of filler alone is not enough. Therefore, nasal filling may not be suitable in all situations, because some defects of the nose cannot be corrected with this method.
However, nasal filling can correct many surgical problems. It is a versatile technique and can be applied to different types of nasal anatomies and skin types. It is a good alternative for patients who do not wish to undergo surgery, where surgery may be overly risky for medical or other reasons, or if there is not enough time for the recovery time required by the surgery.
The widespread use of nasal filling is also applied to patients who have undergone rhinoplasty but need revision nasal aesthetics for minor corrections. Nasal filling injection may be a good option for such patients. It can be applied to camouflage defects or to add volume to areas with tissue loss. Nasal filling is a suitable option for any adult with a general health condition and no excessive deformity in his nose.
After nasal filling injection, normal life can be continued without a break. There is no need to stay at home to swell, bruise and heal. It is one of the aesthetic procedures in which patient satisfaction is highest.