What is Jaw Filling (Jawline) ?
Jawline is a non-surgical filling procedure applied to improve the general appearance of the chin area and achieve a sharper jaw line. It also reveals a more proportional and younger facial expression. Jawline is a comfortable medical aesthetic application that gives an aesthetic appearance to those who have an unclear jaw line or are bothered by the excess in the jaw area.
Jawline, which recently we start hearing frequently, is a term used in American literature to describe the lateral contour of the chin. The term jaw line, which emerged with the combination of the words Jaw (Jaw) and Line (Line, line), is the new favorite of Hollywood stars in the aesthetic sector. The application, which makes a significant difference in almost every before and after photo, allows you to have a completely different look with a small touch.
Cheek filling is the process of plumping the cheek area. It offers practical and quick solutions to aesthetic problems on the face. It makes the face look young. The hollowness of the eyes is reduced. It exposes the nose of the person and provides the balance of forehead and chin protrusion.
Although there are many fillers used in lip augmentation, such as permanent/semi-synthetic or animal-derived fillers, the most reliable and widely used fillers are hyaluronic acid-based fillers. Hyaluronic acid is a basic building material found in the connective tissue, enabling skin cells to retain water and giving
the skin its volume. The most important feature that distinguishes it from other fillers is that the risk of allergic reaction or rejection by the body is very low. For this reason, natural-looking lip aesthetics is achieved without introducing a foreign substance into the tissue.
The most important factor in the success of lip augmentation is the quality of the used filling material. The application should be done in a way that preserves the naturalness of the person’s facial structure; therefore, it is not a standard procedure performed that is performed in a similar way to every patient.
Until a few years ago, surgical operations requiring anesthesia were preferred in the aesthetic sector, today these operations are replaced by non-surgical medical aesthetic applications. Medical aesthetic applications offer a permanent, comfortable treatment option and effective solutions in a short time to people who do not want to have a surgical operation. Nasal filling, which is one of the most preferred medical aesthetic applications of recent years, can be applied to people without surgery; It offers the opportunity to soften the sharp corners on the nose, lift the tip of the nose, shape the nose by filling the depressions and correct the slight curvature of the nose.
Under Eye Light Filling
Our eye area and eyelids have an extremely important place in facial aesthetics and in making our eyes look better. By the age of 30, as the skin’s self-renewal process begins to slow down, under-eye problems begin, which can affect both men and women. This structural problem, which usually manifests as dimpling and bruising in the under-eye area, may occur as a result of malnutrition, alcohol and cigarette use, insufficient sleep and allergic reactions, as well as genetic origin. These depressions, which target the eye area and especially under the eyes, cause this area to appear darker and
the person to gain a tired, old and sad expression. Redensity II Under-Eye Light Filling, which has been specially developed for the solution of under-eye depression and bruise problems, is one of the most effective methods to eliminate the problem.
What is Cheekbone Filling?
It is to make the facial features more compatible with the nose line and to fill the depressions in the cheekbone area with filler by injection. It restores the lost volume to the face. Dermal fillers, which are frequently used in cheekbone filling, are hyaluronic acid-based fillers, which are also found in the natural structure of the skin and stand out with its rejuvenating and skin-structuring properties.
About Cheek Filling
One of the changes that occur due to aging is sagging on the cheeks. The bones and tissues in our face lose their volume in direct proportion to aging. As a result of this situation, our cheekbones lose their clarity. It causes sagging, even if it is slight on the face. Almost everyone likes the slight volume on the cheeks. As the volume goes down our face, the shape of the face changes. The main reason for this situation is the change in the cheekbones. As changes occur in these bones, less support is provided to the fat tissues. One of the facial aesthetics that we can consider as fashionable today is cheek filling. Plump cheeks are considered a
symbol of youth and attractiveness. Weak and sunken cheeks make one’s face look older and tired than it is. Facial volume losses due to aging or structurally can be treated with cheek augmentation that does not require surgery.