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15-20 min

Operation Period



1-2 Days


1 Night

Hospital Stay


Dressing Period




light fill

L I G H T  F I L L

What is Light Fill?

It is a patented and successful application that combines mesotherapy and fillers produced with special methods to return the light-reflecting capacity of the skin and to nourish the skin.

What is the Difference of Light Filling from Other Fillings?

The most important difference of light filling from other fillings is its content. It is obtained by combining 100% pure and cross-link-free hyaluronic acid with a special complex (8 amino acids, 3 antioxidants, 2 minerals, 1 vitamin) that restructures the skin. This mixture provides the skin with extra glow, moisture, elasticity and gives the order to the cells that tighten the skin.

For What Purpose Is Light Filling Done?

Hyaluronic acid is essential for our skin. With age and environmental effects, there is a decrease in hyaluronic acids, collagen tissue and subcutaneous stem cells in our skin. This causes the skin to wrinkle, dry and sag. In order to correct this situation, a sufficient amount of hyaluronic acid and restructuring complexes should be given to the skin, the skin should be deeply repaired and its quality should be increased. Light filling provides a bright and bright appearance to the face. It supports the recovery of the skin.

When Will I See the Result of Light Fill?

The full effect of the light filling occurs after 1 week. Enlightenment and recovery are seen in the applied area. If 3 sessions are applied at 30-day intervals, much more effective results are obtained.

Is Light Filling Permanent?

The permanence period of the light filling is 6-12 months. If it is applied 3 times with 1 month intervals, the permanence period can be up to 15-18 months.

The permanence period of the light filling varies according to the age, structure and genetics of the person.

In repeated applications, the effect and the duration of permanence are longer.

In Which Areas Can Light Filling Be Applied?

The most common application areas are the face, neck, décolleté and hands.

What Should I Consider Before Light Filling?

Interrupting blood thinners and aspirin (the use of which does not prevent the application) in consultation with your doctor before the application will reduce your chances of experiencing bruising.

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