Possibly both needed
Unfortunately, the pictures I see are difficult to propose an exact treatment. So a final treatment plan would depend on your in office evaluation.Voluma should not be injected into the thin tissues of the eyelid near the lashes.Volumization will not necessarily correct thin surface wrinkling. You may indeed need a laser eyelid peel or perhaps a lower lid blepharoplasty to give you your desired results. An experienced facial plastic or occuloplastic surgeon should explain your best options after their evaluations.
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Bleph vs. Fillers
Dear jt, thank
you for your question. Injectable fillers can be used to enhance facial volume,
correct lines and depressions, and rejuvenate the face without surgery. Some
common fillers used in our San Diego practice include restylane,
juvederm, perlane, voluma, radiesse, and sculptra. Consult with an
experienced facial plastic surgeon injector to review your options. Good Luck!
Voluma to tear troughs isn't recommended
Voluma is approved for mid-face volume loss, not the tear trough or lower eyelid area. While there will be some uses for it "off label" I would not recommend you get Voluma in this area as you already have a lot of volume in the mid face region. I would suggest you visit a plastic surgeon for an evaluation for a lower bleph.
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