Enhance a natural facial balance with Tear Trough Dermal Filler.
The tear trough, also known as the nasojugal groove, is a small lesion of skin that runs from the inner eye to the outer corner. At times when a patient has a baggy or puffy palpebromalar groove it creates a division of skin between the lower eyelid and cheek. Both under eye bags and tear trough deformities can result in a tired and aged appearance. They can often occur together and both correlate with either loss of fat or a gain in fat in certain areas around the eyelid structures.
Facial fillers are the primary treatment for the lower eyelids, which can certainly help in improving the volume deficiency or deformity people get with aging and can reduce the amount of herniated fat visible to others. Under Eye Fillers can also help improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation that is often present in such cases. Hyaluronic acids or fat grafting in this area is a preferred solution. Hyaluronic acid fillers last on average 12 to 15 months around the eye region, depending on how each individual responds to the filler ingredients. Some people degrade the filler faster than others.
How Long Will The Procedure Take?
Your appointment can take up to 45 minutes. During this time, you will have a consultation with the practitioner and complete a medical and disclaimer form. The practitioner will talk you through the whole process.
Will Tear Trough Hurt?
We aim to make the procedure as painless as possible. We help to reduce the pain by applying numbing cream (Elma Cream 5%) around the lips. People are often fearful as they do not know what to expect. We will reassure you and talk you through the process. There is always an assistant working with the practitioner and they will always offer to hold your hand.
Will I Bruise After?
Everyone is different some people will bruise more than others. It is important to read the pre-treatment recommendations to reduce the risk of bruising. The practitioner will also give you a detailed aftercare form for you to take with you following your procedure.
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