Tear Trough Filler
Tear trough filler is a cosmetic treatment used in aesthetic medicine to address dark circles or hollowness under the eyes, also known as the tear troughs.
Our healthcare professional will then inject small amounts of hyaluronic acid filler along the tear trough to add volume and smooth out any hollows or dark circles. The injection technique used will depend on the individual’s specific anatomy and needs.
Medical Evaluation Required
14 – 18 Months
Sleep on your back, Don’t lay down on your face, don’t rub your face, don’t use hats or glasses, for the next 2 days. Avoid saunas, pools or beaches in 5 days. Don´t exercise in 2 days. Don´t drink alcohol or smoke in 48 hours.
Avoid eating see food, nuts, peppers, spicy food, dairy, and fatty food.
The recovery time it’s right away, sometimes redness of the skin, swelling or bruises may occur, it takes 5 days for the hyaluronic acid to settle down.
On average you´ll be able to enjoy the results from 14 to 18 months.
Why treat Tear Trough Filler with fillers?
Fillers can add volume to the tear trough area, filling in any hollows or depressions and creating a more youthful and rested appearance. Tear trough filler is a non-surgical treatment option, which means that it is less invasive than surgical alternatives such as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).
Overall, tear trough filler treatment with fillers can provide a safe and effective option for those who want to address dark circles or hollowness under the eyes.
Effects of aging:
Loss of underlying fat and skin elasticity emergence of previously concealed fat bag.
Deepening of tear trough that creates a tired, bitter and sad look.
Expectations from aesthetic treatment:
Simple, quick rejuvenation of lower eyelid, making lower lid fullness less noticeable
Natural smoothing and plumping effect & long-lasting results
Minimum side effects (swelling, oedema)
Rejuvenate Clinic offers consultations with one of our physicians prior to any treatment or treatments you may express interest in. We use our intakes to consider possible medical objections to desired treatments, map out treatment areas and offer personalized advice in line with your preferences and options.