Herniated Fat Pads Under Eyes. Would Belotero Be Effective? (photo)
- Asked by mariamariamaria
- 1 year ago
I have read about a new alternative to Restylane and other fillers, called Belotero. I have a serious case of herniated fat pads under eyes, and am curious whether injecting Belotero might disguise these. I also read that this is FDA approved. Is that correct? Thank you.
Belotero Under The Eyes
One of the more difficult treatments with facial filler is under the eyes and cheek additions. Belotero has several properties which make is a good choice for this, although other HA products can be used her quite successfully as well.
Seek an experienced injector for this area. Less is more as under the eyes as well. 80% treatment (slight undercorrection) under the eyes is better than 105% (i.e. slight overcorrection) as the margin for error here is quite slim.
Belotero is a great choice for under eyes
Belotero is a new FDA-approved filler with properties that make it ideal for treating under the eyes. It is important to know that this is an off-label indication for the product. It is approved for naso-labial folds. This is a difficult injection, so make absolutely sure that you are going to a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, general plastic surgeon or dermatologist for treatment.
Belotero - New FDA Approved Filler for Under Eyes and Other Areas
Belotero would be a good option for injection under your eyes to help disguise your herniated fat pads and improve the appearance of this area. It is a soft, flowing filler that is usually injected superficially and can be molded to give the best results. Belotero is FDA approved for the same indication as other hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm.
Belotero is a great new filler
I love Belotero as a new filler for fine lines or suble delicate areas such as under the eyes. Find a board certified dermatologist who has a great deal of experience since this is a tricky area to treat.
Belotero Under the Eyes
Belotero is a great choice for under eye treatment of a nasally located depression or shadow. This is the area below the fat pad. By elevating the depression, you make the fat pad less noticible. This is FDA approved. An advantage of Belotero is that you don't need to significantly undercorrect like some of the other fillers. This is because it causes less of an osmotic gradient and draws less fluid to the region. Good luck. You look like a good candidate.
Belotero is a great option for under-eye hollows
Belotero is a new FDA-approved hyaluronic acid filler. Restylane and Juvéderm are also HA's, but each one has unique characteristics. Belotero is very well suited for use in the under eye area. It is very soft and blends into the area nicely. It won't look like a "tube" has been placed there. It also is hard to detect because it doesn't "show through" the thin skin of the under eye the way Restylane or Juvéderm sometimes can if it is placed too superficially. It isn't likely to cause excessive swelling because it doesn't draw in as much water as Juvéderm or Restylane.
Filler in the under eye area can be a very rewarding way to camouflage a protruding fat pad. Be sure to see a physician who is very experienced with placing filler in this area. It's not a place for a novice injector.
Belotero Use for Under Eyes
Belotero is a good option for injection under the eyes to help disguise herniated fat pads. Belotero is FDA-approved for the same indication as other hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm. However, this area can be tricky to work in, so make sure that you are scheduled with a board-certified facial plastic surgeon for your Belotero treatment.
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Belotero under the eyes
Belotero is a great choice for under the eyes because is is very soft and malleable, so it can be nicely molded into place. It is the only fine line filler available in the US. Just as with the other HA fillers like Restylane, it is FDA approved but treatment under the eyes is considered off-label.
Belotero for under eyes
Belotero is a new FDA-approved filler. It is a hyaluronic acid (as are Restylane and Juvederm). The approved indication for Belotero is for injection into the mid-to-deep dermis for correction of moderate-to-severe facial wrinkles and folds. It normally can be used to improve the under eye area if there is a depression there.
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