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19 Yo Juvederm in Tear Troughs? (photo)

im 19 and im questioning on getting some type of work done for my tear troughs. they are really noticeable and i want to get rid of them what are my options juvederm or an eye lift?

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Restylane for 19 Year Old?

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Hi Twix. Your situation is unique in that the tear trough issue is not caused by age, but rather by genetics.  It's just the shape of your face.

You are a candidate for this procedure, but we prefer Restylane in the area to Juvederm.  We typically use 1-2 cc and the procedure lasts 9-12 months.  Good luck.


Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 6 reviews

Filler for the tear trough

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Restylane works fantastic for this area, and I prefer it over Juvederm. The Restylane will last 8-12 months in that area. From here, I would recommend contacting a physician who has a great deal of experience injecting filler. He or she will be able to best assess your needs during a consult and recommend the best treatment for you. Thanks and good luck!

Paul S. Nassif, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 29 reviews

Tear trough filler

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Dear twix468,

  • I also prefer Restylane in the tear trough because Juvederm can cause some unpredictable swelling that might make eye bags look worse
  • We use an injector cannula that does not causing any bruising and minimal swelling, but if a needle is used, be prepared for the possibility of some bruising
  • Your results would look fantastic

Best regards,

Nima Shemirani

Nima Shemirani, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

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You are a good candidate for Restylane which I prefer over Juvederm for tear troughs.  Please consult a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who  has experience in treated the tear troughs.

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Facial Fillers can certainly be utilized to improve tear troughs. My choice for filler in this region would be Restylane. This treatment is perfomred as an in office procedure with topical aneshetic and ice packs applied prior to the procedure. Restylane L also has licodaine (anesthetic) mixed in with the Restylane to further help with the patients comfort.

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