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Filler injection, which a cosmetic surgeon performs, is one of the least risky and safe ways to smooth facial wrinkles and remove deep lines in various face areas. Naturally, this technique is used to remove facial folds or lines such as the laugh line, deepen the lips and cheeks, heal pimples, raise the skin, and various other procedures. Filler derives its name from the word "filler," which is just used for it. Lips, cheeks, under the eyes, deep lines under the brows, and nasolabial folds are also areas where skin fillers are used (or laugh lines).
Types of skin fillers
Fillers are divided into several groups. Filler injection materials are classified into two categories: ready fillers or gels and grease fillers.
Hyaluronic acid or refined fat can be used in fillers such as silicone gels.
Gels have a maximum shelf life of 6 months, while fats have an indefinite shelf life.
Since the first injection consumes 25 to 30% of the fat, it must be inserted at least 2 to 3 times 6 months apart to stabilize. This hits 10 to 15 percent in the second injection.
Unlike fat fillers, which take three months to show their effects, gel fillers have an immediate impact.
Of course, ready-formed skin fillers are made of various materials and materials, resulting in a wide range of shelf lives and effects. Other fillers have a long shelf life and have a long effect, while others are consumed in a brief period of time (between 4 and 6 months) and have little effect. On the other hand, some of these fillers promote collagen production in the skin, while others are used to add volume. The brand and maker of skin beauty and restorative fillers are also essential. The category of ingredients used in ready-made fillers may also be graded. Both of these ingredients will be applied by the cosmetic surgeon properly.
Where are skin rejuvenation fillers used?
Filler under the eyes
Filler injections under the eyes are used to add bulk and reduce dimples and dark circles under the eyes. This technique helps to rejuvenate the face by correcting the sadness or puffiness under the eyes, removing lines, and removing the depression or puffiness.
Nasal filler
Nasal filler injections may be used to alter the nose's shape. Of course, this form of rhinoplasty, also known as rhinoplasty without surgery, is appropriate for those who do not wish to get rhinoplasty for any cause and just want to make minor modifications to their noses. The nasal filler is not used to shrink the nose or fix respiratory or mechanical issues. They will only work if the slope and flattening of the nose are corrected.
Lip filler
The upper lip should be 2 mm ahead of the lower lip, and the lower lip should be 2 mm ahead of the chin from an aesthetic standpoint. The injection of lip filler is used to expand and mold the lips. A cosmetologist uses this approach to beautify the lips, and it is one of the most popular sites to insert fillers.
Patients are being urged to inject more fillers into their lips, which is one of the challenges they face these days. Excessive filler injections into the lips will result in a deformity known as duck deformity.
Laughter line filler
The smile line, also known as the nasolabial folds, begins at the side of the nose and extends to the sides of the mouth. These lines intensify with time, so the plastic surgeon injects laugh line filler to erase them and restore the face's charm and freshness.
Fillers of the species
Faces of prominent species may have a unique elegance and appeal. Injecting cheek filler will help remove wrinkles in this area of the face and outline and implant the cheek.
Chin Filler
Chin filler injections are used to adjust the appearance, form, and height of the chin. This technique can be used to angle the jaw and, if possible, to highlight it.
Frowning line filler
To get rid of these wrinkles, apply a filler or gel between the brows, which causes frown lines. By filling and injecting forehead filler and hurting your face without damaging any areas of your face, the cosmetic surgeon gently clears your frown line.
Filler apps are somewhat common to you at this point. Ask Dr. Bakhshi, a cosmetic surgeon expert, for advice on the right filler and the areas you want to apply facial filler.