Filler applications are the most frequently preferred second aesthetic procedure after botulinum toxin application. With aging, the volume of the skin itself and the volume to the skin tissues decrease. Within this scope, sagging and facial lines occur. Fillers are used to reduce the prominence of the lines occurred to replace these supporting tissues. The lines on the face are assessed under two main titles. First one is the dynamic lines. Second is the static lines. Filling procedures should be conducted accordingly.

Lip Filler

Lip fillers are gel filling materials that are subcutaneously injected to give the desired shape or volume to the lips. Gel fills the cavity in the soft tissues and creates the relief by fixating in the place. Depending on the composition of the lip filler, its effect may last from a few months to a few years.

Lip filler is more flexible and fluid than cheekbone filler or jawline filler. There is no need to have them solid. If you do not have any medical indications to use filling materials after 20 years old, it is better to postpone the use of cosmetic procedures to an elder age by using this material.

Cosmetology market provides a wide product range for injectable cosmetic procedures. Gel should be selected by considering the area to be recovered. This is important, as every facial region has its own thickness, structure, and blood building up characteristics.

You can benefit from the following with lip fillers.

Sufficient volume is provided for your lips.

A natural result is obtained.

You can preserve the fullness of your lips without responding to the changes in ambient temperature.

Filling material is eliminated from the body in time.

Types of Lip Fillers

The product types used in lip fillers are as follows.

  • Synthetic (silicon, acrylic)
  • Biosynthetic (calcium hydroxyapatite or polymethyl mertiate dextranomer and natural compounds)
  • Biodegradable filler (purified hyaluronic acid, bovine collagen).

In addition, filling materials are differentiated according to their densities and viscosities.

Cheekbone Filler

One of the most important areas of the face is cheeks and the general characteristics of the face depend on them. Thus, many women try to maintain their perfect form and get rid of the wrinkles in this area. In this case, you can apply to cosmetic techniques. One of them is cheekbone shaping.

Cheekbones can be shaped via various ways. The most common and popular way is cheekbone fillers. This procedure consists of injecting a drug that affects the wrinkles subcutaneously, pushing out the skin folds, and smoothing with pressure.

Filler is a naturally formed drug type. It is injected subcutaneously. It is one of the most affordable cosmetic methods of facial correction. Various specialists also note its reliability, and the customers find this quite suitable. Small syringes with the thinnest needles are used for injection. This provides you to hide the injection scars.

Cheekbone Filler

Cheekbone filler is used to correct or enlarge the bone according to its original size. Consider the indications recommended for this procedure:

  • Facial skin sags in time.
  • Mechanical injuries occurred in the course of life.
  • Weak veins with collapsed cheeks due to various reasons (in general, due to the loss of teeth).
  • Large lachrymal cavities may occur.

In most cases, the application of fillers to the cheekbones is applied at the age of 25-30 to correct the shape of the face and give the necessary volume, and at the age of 50-60 for agerelated struggles. The adipose tissue on the face is lost in time, muscles dry, and the skin sags and this cause the formation of nasolabial folds and sagged cheeks. You can get rid of this effect if you have aesthetics done on time and observe the status of the skin.


  • How does the fillers act?

    The filling material conducts volume addition according to the depth and location of the application. It also moistens the area. Some filling materials increase the synthesis of collagen and protein structures in the location in order to support the skin.

  • How is the type of filler chosen?

    The filler is selected according to the complaints of the patient.

  • How permanent is the filler?

    It is permanent for a period of 6 to 12 months.


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