18 Oct

Movements such as getting angry, sad, laughing, surprised, crying, squinting activate the facial and facial expression muscles. As a result of this movements, wrinkles occur on the skin. With advancing age and some external factors, these wrinkles begin to become permanent.

Advancing technology creates separate miracles in the field of medicine. Especially thanks to applications such as botox, prp, filler injections, which are effective enough to destroy the signs of aging, the person can be seen healthy and at any age.

What is Botox?

Botox is a toxin derived from bacteria called Clostridium Botulinum. Although aesthetics comes to mind first when Botox is mentioned, this application is actually used in many medical fields.

This application was first used in strabismus, blepharospasm (inability to move the eyelids fully). Later on, it started to attract great attention in the aesthetic world by using it in the treatment of wrinkles caused by frowning eyebrows.

Where is botox applied?

Botox was initially used in eye diseases such as lazy eye and strabismus. Besides these diseases; It started to be used in the treatment of diseases such as unilateral facial spasm, facial paralysis, muscle spasms occurring in different parts of the body, excessive sweating, migraine, teeth grinding, jaw contraction.

However, the biggest reason why this application is so famous is the positive results it creates in the field of aesthetics and cosmetics.

The most well-known benefit of Botox application is that it eliminates wrinkles and makes the person look younger and healthier.

Botox for the face area; It is applied to the face, middle face, lower face with the chin edges, outer lip edges, neck and décolleté areas.

What is Filler Injection?

One of the reasons why the person is seen as old is the loss of volume that occurs over time. Filling infections are one of the most effective solutions for volume loss caused by the reduction of substances that form the basic building blocks of the skin, such as hyaluronic acid and collagen.

Filler injection; It is a non-surgical aesthetic procedure to correct the lost volume, eliminate wrinkles, and obtain a healthier and smoother skin. During this application, gel-like, necessary substances are injected under the skin.

What Does Filler Injection Do?

Filling injection restores the old fullness of the problematic area, repairs the damage, eliminates wrinkles and makes it look younger and healthier.

This application, which does not require surgery, is performed on almost every part of the body.

During this process, substances compatible with the body are used.

Where is Filler Injection Applied?

Filler injection can be applied to almost any part of the body. However, the most preferred filling processes are; lip, cheek, cheekbone, chin, nose, temples, around the mouth, under-eye bags, sunken eyes, eyebrow filling process.

How Long Does the Effect of Filler Injection Last?

Filling injection application is done by specialist doctors who have been trained in this job. This procedure, which provides non-surgical rejuvenation, is very popular.

The procedure is applied to the points that the doctor deems appropriate. Although the effect of the application differs according to the application area, the results after the filling are immediately noticeable. 

The duration of the filling differs from person to person and according to the treated area.

What Are Fillers?

In the filling process, substances that adapt to the body are used. The substances used; Attention is paid that it does not carry the risk of allergies, is not carcinogenic, does not form particles, does not cause infection, does not cause pain during the procedure.

Filling processes that are not performed by experts in the field, which are called “under the stairs”, may give undesirable results. Filling that is not performed by a trained doctor in a hygienic environment may cause side effects such as allergic reaction and infection.

The most commonly used filler is Hyaluronic acid. In addition, materials such as collagen and calcium hydroxyapatite crystals can be preferred in the filling process.

What is PRP?

PRP, an abbreviation for platelet rich plasma, is the application of platelet enriched plasma.

In the Prp process, the person’s own blood is used. The blood taken is turned into platelet-enriched plasma in a sterile environment.

The platet-enriched blood is administered back to the person by injection or laser roller application.

What does prp do?

Another name for platelets is known as platelets. Platelets have the task of repairing the damage that has occurred in the body, restoring the damaged tissue. Platelets, which are the natural treatment center of the skin, are carried by the bloodstream of the person.

Thanks to PRP application, the damaged tissue obtains more platelets.

This procedure is not only used for cosmetic purposes, PRP is applied in many medical fields such as difficult to treat wounds, orthopedic treatments, dental implants.

How is PRP applied?

PRP treatment is not the same as stem cell therapy. In PRP treatment, the blood of the person is taken and put into special tubes.

Blood tubes are placed in the centrifuge device, which is special for this job. The centrifuge device rotates at a certain speed and time and allows the blood to become rich from platelet cells.

The resulting plasma is injected subcutaneously with the help of tiny needles.

In some cases, fractional laser and fractional radiofrequency applications can also be used plasma enriched from platelet cells.

What are the PRP Application Areas, to Whom Is It Applied?

PRP can be applied to men and women of all ages. However, this treatment is not recommended for cancer patients and people with low platelet counts.

Thanks to the plasma obtained from the persons own blood, this application can be performed for many medical problems. 

It gives positive results, especially on the skin.

PRP treatment is often preferred for skin problems such as skin blemishes, wrinkles, pimples and scars, skin cracks, sagging of the skin.

The main diseases in which PRP is used are;

Dental Treatments

Vascular Diseases

non-healing wounds

Orthopedic Problems

Delaying Aging

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Dr. İnayet Özhan Öztürk
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