fillers

rhinoplasty

fillers are a type of injectable treatment used in cosmetic surgery to add volume and smooth out wrinkles in the skin. they are typically made of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in the skin, or calcium hydroxyapatite, a mineral found in the bones. fillers are injected into the skin using a fine needle or cannula, and the procedure is usually done in a doctor’s office or clinic.

 

there are many different types of fillers available, and they are used to treat a variety of cosmetic concerns. some fillers are used to add volume to the cheeks or lips, while others are used to smooth out wrinkles around the mouth or eyes. the effects of fillers typically last for several months to a year, depending on the type of filler and the area treated.

fillers plastic surgery is not recommended for individuals who:

 

-have an allergy or sensitivity to the fillers being used.

-are pregnant or nursing.

-have active skin infections or rashes.

-have bleeding disorders or are taking blood thinners.

-have a history of keloid scarring.

-have unrealistic expectations or are seeking fillers as a quick fix for deeper psychological issues.

-it is important to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon before considering any type of plastic surgery procedure.

the procedure is usually performed in a doctor's office or a surgical centre. the patient will be given a local anaesthetic to numb the treated area. the surgeon will then inject the filler using a fine needle or cannula and may massage the area to ensure proper distribution of the filler. the procedure typically takes 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the extent of treatment needed. after the process, the patient may experience some swelling, bruising, or redness in the treated area. these side effects should resolve within a few days. the results of the procedure can last for several months, depending on the type of filler used.

the recovery period for fillers in plastic surgery can vary depending on the type of filler used and the area being treated. generally, patients can expect to experience swelling and possibly bruising after the procedure, which can last for a few days to a week. most patients can resume their normal activities within a few days, but it is recommended to avoid strenuous exercise or other activities that may cause excessive sweating for at least a week. it is essential to follow the treating physician's instructions for optimal recovery and the best results.

there are several potential complications of filler plastic surgery, including infection, allergic reactions, bleeding, lumps and bumps, scarring, asymmetry, reactions to other medications, necrosis, overcorrection, and necrosis.