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Tear Troughs

Dark circles. Under-eye bags. Raccoon eyes. No matter what you call the darkened area of thin skin right below the eyes — maybe due to genetics or a telltale sign of a lack of solid sleep — that everyone (literally everyone) has been plagued with at least one point in their lives, just know that there’s now a cosmetic treatment to clear them up — for good.

Called the tear trough treatment (or lower eyelid rejuvenation with filler), the procedure targets the tear trough, which is the lower, sometimes blue-ish area under the eye, just before the cheek. Tear trough filler is best for people who have minor fat pad bulges and dark, under-eye circles. It is especially popular with millennials who complain of looking tired, but because of their age are not ready for surgery — filling the tear trough area makes them look less tired, completely rejuvenating the lower eyelid area.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How quickly will I see results from under-eye fillers?

The area under the eye is complex and requires advanced skills to inject but it is one of the most instantly gratifying procedures in injectables. You see the improvement right after the procedure and it keeps on improving a few days into the procedure.

For which kind of patients do Under eye fillers work?

Dermal fillers work for structural type of dark circles where the darkness is caused due to under eye hollow shadowing or the so called tear trough deformity. It does not work on pigmentation or vascular type of dark circle.

How long do the fillers last?

Fillers last around 6 (is Restylane) to 18 (Juvederm ultra plus) months depending on the product.

Can the Fillers be injected very close to the midline?

Yes. Although the needle is not introduced very close to the eyes, it is possible to treat hollows close to the midline by pushing the fillers in that direction. It is important not to have unrealistic expectations when it comes to very deep hollows in the midline, but it is possible to satisfactorily manage it.

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