In our day and age fillers with hyaluronic acid are the most preferred fillers. Fillers are used to correct changes caused by aging and to enhance volume at the desired sites.

Hyaluronic acid is one of the building blocks of the skin. The amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin decreases with the aging effects of the sun, gravity and smoking. This decrease manifests itself as fine lines, deep wrinkles, loss of volume and elasticity in the skin. Decrease of the amount of hyaluronic acid, which has a water-retaining property, results in reduced moisture, loss of radiance and vitality in the skin.

Fillers can correct fine lines and deep wrinkles in the face, enhance volume and make the face look young and dynamic as before by reshaping the face that is affected by gravity. Furthermore, face can look thinner, longer and have more distinctive contours with the volume support to be given to certain areas of the face.

Fillers can basically be used in all soft tissue sites that suffer from loss of volume and need reshaping. Deep lines on the cheeks, lips, cheek bones, temporal areas, jawline and jaw are the sites where fillers are frequently used.

Lips, which complement the aesthetic complexion of the face and give women a heightened sense of self-confidence, can be made moister, more voluminous with fillers and lip contours are made more distinct for the desired final look.

In addition to its volume enhancing properties, hyaluronic acid retains water, and this has paved the way for the production of fillers based on this specific property. These products, also known as moisture fillers, can give the skin more vitality and glow. In addition to their use in the face, moisture fillers are particularly used in the back of the hand for the same purpose.

Fillers can be applied in a clinical setting following the application of a topical anesthetic ointment. Durability depends on the application site. Following treatment, people can continue with their daily activities from where they left off.