Fiiling

Hyaluronic acid is a molecule naturally existing in the skin tissue, which provides moistening, elasticity and tightness. The skin that experiences a loss of hyaluronic acid in the course of time begins to dry out, loses its volume, and consequently wrinkles, collapses and flabbiness appear. External factors such as sunlight, weight loss, gravity, and frequent facial muscle movements play an important role in this process, as well. Filling is the reconstruction treatment administered by giving the skin adequate amount of hyaluronic acid, with intent to allow for the correction of such conditions. The procedure is also used to provide symmetry in asymmetric face types.

Dullness, dryness, stains, wrinkles, lines, loss of elasticity, and flabbiness developing on the skin with the effects of chronological aging and environmental factors begin to gradually emerge after the 30s. If the measures are not taken in time, these symptoms thoroughly settle on the face after age 40. 

In Which Region Can Fillers Be Applied?

  • Facial sagging;
  • Forehead lines;
  • Lines between the eyebrows;
  • Wrinkles around the mouth;
  • Nasolabial lines (the folds from the lower nose corner to the corner of the mouth);
  • Wrinkles extending from the side of mouth the chin;
  • Reshaping the eyebrows;
  • Accentuating the cheekbones;
  • Accentuating the lip shape, increasing the volume of the lips, and correcting the asymmetric lips, are its main areas of use

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