Both men and women have a tired expression on their cheeks due to lack of volume, making the person appear older than normal. This problem can be solved by applying the appropriate amount of filling to the required areas specifically for the person.
Structurally, bone structures become more prominent as weight loss or loss of age, with collapsed cheeks impairing the face´s perception of depth. The filling process adds volume to the cheeks and the wrinkled appearance on the skin is also eliminated.
What filling material is used for cheek filling?
Hyaluronic acid is most commonly used for ready-to-fill filling on cheeks and other parts of the face. Since it is one of the basic building blocks of the human body, its allergic and toxic effect is almost nonexistent compared to other filling materials. The filling material is processed in its sterile sealed packaging, using its own special needles.
How long does the cheek filling last?
The metabolism of the person with the brand and amount used are the main factors that determine the permanence. Since the filling is made to the bone structure level, it stays longer than the lips or other areas. On average, the duration of 12-18 months is permanent.
How is the procedure applied?
Anesthetic cream is applied to the cheek area before the procedure. After 10-15 minutes, filling is applied to the required areas with special tips for the filling material. The processing time is between 5-10 minutes, depending on the amount to be used.
What should be considered after filling?
Local ice application reduces the edema that may occur in the early period after the application. After the procedure, 4-6 hours of hot drink should not be consumed, massage should not be done, alcohol cigarettes should not be consumed if possible.
Who can get a cheek filling?
Any healthy individual over the age of 18 who does not have an allergy history for the active substance can have this procedure.
Can I melt my cheek filling?
The biggest advantage of filler made with hyaluronic acid is that the patient can melt the filler at any time. . Hyaluronidase, which is applied to the area where the filling is made, will begin to melt the filling in a few days.