Under eye Filler
Let's talk about under eye filler. Under-Eye Dark Circles and eye bags (Festoon) are inevitable. But there are some percussions and care that can be taken to slow them down and make you look in your early 30s while in your late 50s. Tear trough fillers are specially designed and placed in areas to compensate for lost fat. Moreover, help to erase the under eyes circles and shadows.
The following video feature Dr. Kamal providing more information to help you understand these aging process and the best treatments available to correct this aesthetic issue. it is important to understand that this treatment is cosmetic in nature and therefore would not be covered by provincial or federal plans
Results for Tear Trough treatment
Before And After Picture of Eye Bags Correction With Juvederm Volift Filler Injection. As you can see, the treatment reduces puffiness under the eyes and reduce eye puffiness and fat pads appearance under eyes. We use only thin hyaluronic acid filler to compensate for the volume loss in eye orbital and adds volume to make the skin surface more even and fix the light reflection.
What are under-eye wrinkles?
Under-eye wrinkles are fine or deep lines that appear due to aging. However, other factors may make them appear faster as lack of skin care or sleep. They can also appear earlier on that area due to tugging, rubbing and stretching when putting on, or removing makeup. Genetics play an important role in developing bugs or shadow in the tear trough area
How many syringes of fillers do I need
The number of syringes needed varies with different clients. On average we use between on to three syringes of fillers. The slider here show before And After Picture of Eye Bags Correction With one Syringe Of Juvederm Volift Filler Injection.
How could under eyes fillers help?
The wrinkles are formed due to loss of fat in the peri-orbital area. Fillers such as Juvederm, when applied correctly fill the hollow area and replace the lost volume.
Causes of eye wrinkles?
The primary cause of under-eye wrinkles is aging. However, other factors like squinting, frowning, and even laughing might contribute to the formation of eye wrinkles.
hat are Under-Eye Dark Circles?
Periorbital area (tear trough and under the eye) is fragile and sensitive. Once we start losing fat in the area, the skin tends to be uneven. The uneven surface will reflect the light is a wrong angle casting a dark show under the eye.
What are eye Bags?
As we age, tissues structures surrounding the eyes, including some of the muscles supporting the eyelids, weaken. Applying Fat helps support the eyes to move into the lower eyelids, causing the lids to appear puffy. The fat may be targeted by fluid which then accumulates in the space below the eyes, adding to the swelling. Note that aging tends to make the skin more translucent, therefore, under eye bags tend to be more visible than they would have otherwise been.
What Causes Dark Circles Under the Eye?
Stress; lack of sleep, hormonal changes, allergies, a disturbed lifestyle,
How Soon Do They Appear?
Like every other part of the body, lack of care makes things break down. Those who do not take care of their skin might notice signs of under eye wrinkles as early as their early twenties, but those who take good care of their skin might experience under eye wrinkles much later.
Should I be worried?
No, you shouldn’t be worried. There are many treatments available for lightening under dark eye circles. In addition to that, getting under eyes fillers is a safe procedure.
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