Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
What is Filler Therapy?
The human body is prone to systemic wearing processes. This condition affects every cell and tissue of the human body. And skin is not an exception. Along with extensive wearing, the skin reduces in thickness, loses its elasticity, tightness and hydration. The resultant outcome is wrinkles, which appear in fine to mild lines at first and evolves into deep wrinkles in the successive times.
Collagens are the building blocks that ensure a young and beautiful appearance for our body. The collagens and hyaluronic acid, the two naturally occurring substances found in the human body, keep the skin hydrated, tight and fresh. Aging diminishes the amount of hyaluronic acid in our skin over time. As a result, dynamic lines are formed on facial surfaces with sporadic contractions of mimic muscles and fine wrinkles, which remain even at resting position. Dermal filler therapy can reduce these lines and wrinkles on the skin, while improving water retention level of the skin to deliver a fuller and youthful appearance.
The hyaluronic acid is one of the protein constituents of the connective tissue located between cells of a human body. Its use as a dermal filler in cosmetic surgeries is approved, because it is medically harmless.
Areas that are most widely treated by filler therapy:
- Nasolabial Lines
- Marionette Lines
- Smoker’s Lines
- Lip Augmentation
- Check bone and Cheek Reconstruction / Sculpting
- Under-eye Bags and Troughs
- A Better Balanced Chin
- Eyebrow Lifting
- Deep Acne and Wound Scars