Are bags, increased wrinkles and dark lines under eye normal after filler injections? (photo)
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Filler for under eyes
I recommend to my patients to best address the fine crepey wrinkles under the eye they should consider laser resurfacing, and filler just for the groove. Filler can be placed more superficial in the under eye skin but at the risk of giving excessive temporary swelling or "tindall effect" - bluish discoloration from the filler being placed too superficial.
In addition, if you're unhappy with the appearance of the filler as is, your provider can inject hyaluronidase enzyme to dissolve some of it.
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