These fillers injected into the lips completely melt over time, and the lips regain their former shape. When the temporary lip filler melts, the lips return to their former appearance.
Fillers contain substances that have a local anesthetic effect, so they can cause numbness and tingling in the lips. The numbness in the lips last for a maximum of one or two hours. Apart from that, people who have lip augmentation do not have problems such as numbness on their lips.
The result of lip augmentation can be noticed immediately after the procedure is performed. The most disturbing situation after the procedure is swelling and edema on the lips. This is an expected side effect and passes in 2–3 days, and the lip shape settles in 7–10 days.
After the filling application, one should stay in an upright position for 1-2 hours and avoid strenuous exercises for 24 hours. Sports should not be done on the day of the filling procedure. Skin care should not be done on the day of the filling process; it should be done one week later at the earliest.
Makeup should not be applied in the first 24 hours. During the first 3 days, a soft diet is recommended. During the first 3 days, do not touch your lips with a hot or cold substance.
Lip filler is the injection of dermal filler in and around the inner part of the lips to shape the lip structure and add volume to the lips. The filler used in this procedure, which is an aesthetic intervention, is hyaluronic acid, which is known for giving volume to the skin.
On average, 1 cc is sufficient for many of our patients. In some cases, this rate can be increased by 2–3 cc according to the thinness and structure of the lip or according to the preference of our patient, but the point to be noted is that it will give more successful results if this dose is divided into sessions, not in a single session.
The lip is the part of our face that we move the most. Therefore, its usage time is less than that of other fillings. On average, it has a persistence of 9–12 months.
With the hyaluronic acid in it, it slowly dissolves within 9–12 months and is then absorbed by the body. The lip returns to its pre-operational state.
Our lips are a little more sensitive than other parts of our face, but thanks to the anesthetic cream applied before the application, the pain is almost non-existent. Of course, let’s not forget that the pain threshold varies from person to person.
There may be several reasons for this meringue’s appearance. It may be caused by the material used in the filling, or the massage that should be done after the filling may not have been performed by your doctor, or you may not have been reminded. You can prevent this lump by massaging at certain intervals, but if you feel that there is an extra situation, consult your doctor.
We may not be able to get a completely new look; this change will differ according to the person’s facial features and the extent of the change. Nose filler is a method preferred by our patients who are aesthetically uncomfortable on the back and sides of the nose.
It is a process that takes 15 to 20 minutes on average. Within 7–10 days, it should be checked by your doctor.
No. It is not a lifelong procedure. They have a permanence period of about 1–1.5 years.
Swelling and rarely bruising for the first 72 hours is a possible reaction. If this process is prolonged or if you see an excess of swelling and especially bruising, I recommend that you consult your doctor.
In order to have nose surgery, you have to wait for the nasal filling to melt. Negative results are likely to occur if surgery is performed while the filling is still present.
Within the first 24 hours after the procedure, we should stay away from hot environments such as baths and saunas, not take a shower, and take care not to consume products containing caffeine and alcohol. In addition, for the first 72 hours after the procedure, the nose should not be rubbed, and we should avoid hard contact.
When the area between the eyebrows, forehead, and eyes is applied to the so-called crow’s feet, the skin becomes more lively and dynamic after the application. In addition, wrinkle treatment is applied to wrinkles around the mouth, neck, and décolleté, the nose area, and so-called “rabbit lines.”
Wrinkle treatment is not a very long process. Within 15–20 minutes, the treatment is applied.
As long as the wrinkle treatment is applied correctly, there is no harm, but it is not preferred to be applied during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or to people with muscle disease.
The effect of wrinkle treatment differs from person to person. It can reduce the effect of wrinkle treatment depending on age and in people who use their facial expressions excessively. This period is around 4–6 months.
No. It is a method that is applied to the patient completely from the cells of the person himself.
Although it is widely used in the face, neck, and décolleté area, it is also becoming the choice of our patients in the chin and neck area. In addition, it is a preferred method for the treatment of acne scars. It can also be used in the treatment of burns and surgical scars.
Slight redness and edema at the end of the application are an expected result, but these effects disappear within 1-2 days. In addition, small bruises may occur for a short time since small needles are impacted in stem cell application.
It is a treatment method known among the people as a “moisture vaccine,” which affects the wrinkles, sagging, and deformed areas on the skin with the passing of time and keeps the water alive in the skin.
We recommend the mesotherapy to our patients to restore the natural and youthful appearance of the skin and to improve the signs of aging and wrinkles.
Before the procedure, numbing cream is applied, which minimizes the pain during the procedure.
Its effect gradually increases after each treatment session, and the full effect is achieved within 4 weeks. The result of the treatment can last up to 4–6 months, then this period can be extended with various cares.
It is an ongoing treatment of 2 or 3 sessions on average, but it varies according to the needs of the person. Session intervals are 7–10 days.