Light Filler | Dr. Yavuz Ozsular

Light Filler

Anesthesia
Local
Operation Period
15-20 min
Pain
1/5
Recovery
1-2 Days
Hospital Stay
-
Dressing Period
-
Corset
-

What Is The Light Filler?

Light filler is a patented and successful application that combines mesotherapy and fillers via special methods to both nourish your skin and revive its ability to reflect light.

What Is The Difference Between Light Fillers And Other Fillers?

The most important difference between the two is the content. Light fillers are made from a mixture of 100% pure hyaluronic acid that doesn’t contain any cross-links plus a special complex (8 amino acids, 3 antioxidants, 2 minerals, 1 vitamin) to restructure your skin. This mixture makes your skin more radiant and moister, and tells the cells to tighten your skin.

What Are Light Fillers Good For?

Our skin needs hyaluronic acid. Unfortunately, both aging and environmental factors cause your hyaluronic acid levels, collagen, and subcutaneous stem cells to deteriorate over time. This, in turn, wrinkles and dries out your skin, ultimately causing it to sag. To correct this, your skin needs to be fed with a sufficient amount of hyaluronic acid and restructuring complexes– thus repairing and enhancing it. Light fillers make your face brighter and – as the name suggests – lighter, as well as supports skin recovery.

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    When Will I See The Light Filler’s Results?

    You will see the full effects of the light filler one week after the procedure – that’s the application area will have fully recovered and enlightened. If you have fillers done 3 times with 30-day intervals, you’ll wind up with even better results!

    Are Light Fillers Permanent?

    Light fillers last for 6 and 12 months. However, if you have it done 3 times with 1-month intervals, you can prolong its permanence by 15 to 18 months – depending on how old you are, the structure of your skin, and your genetics.

    Recurrent applications render light fillers’ results both more effective and more permanent.

    Where Can The Light Filler Be Applied?

    The most common application areas are the faces, necks, decollete, and hands.

    What Should I Keep In Mind After The Filler Procedure?

    Consult Dr. Ozsular before you have this procedure done. Light fillers can cause bruising, however, you can alleviate that by discontinuing anticoagulants and aspirin (its use is not an obstacle for the application). 

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