In general, in the understanding of beauty, having full cheekbones is considered a symbol of youth and attractiveness. Weak and sunken cheekbones cause a person's face to look older and tired than it is. Facial volume losses due to structural or aging can be treated with Hayaluronic acid fillers. In this way, the desired shape can be given to the face without any surgical intervention.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are generally preferred for facial filling purposes. Hyaluronic acid is a molecule that is normally found in the structure of the skin and increases the water content of the skin and keeps it moist. With age, the hyaluronic acid in the skin decreases and wrinkles occur on the skin. Hyaluronic acid fillers are most often preferred in order to both provide fullness and increase the moisture content of the skin.
The cheek area is slightly lifted with the fillers injected on the cheekbones of the cheek. Thus, a triangular facial structure and a younger expression are formed.
After the cheek filler injection, slight edema or redness may occur on the face. The redness will go away on its own in a few hours and the edema in a day or two. In order to prevent possible complications in cheek filling, the procedure must be performed by a specialist in a clinical setting. It should be kept in mind that in unsanitary environments, performing unreliable fillings by people who are not specialists may cause undesirable complications.