What kind of fillers should I use under my eye area? Or cheeks? To remove "tired" look? (Photo)
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Tear trough treatment
Hello, and thanks for your question and photo. I do think you're a great candidate for placement of a hyaluronic acid filler in your tear trough (i.e., under eye) area. In this area I prefer Volbella or Restylane, but there are other fillers that work well in this location. This is one of my favorite procedures to perform, as patients instantly look more rested and younger. In order to determine the best treatment plan for you, I recommend an in-person consultation with an expert. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Tear troughs under eyes and cheek filler
Thanks for your question and photos. You would benefit from fillers to cheeks and under eye area. Make sure it's done conservatively as you don't need very much for a natural look. Voluma works well for the cheeks and restylane is good for under eyes. Good luck
Cheek and under the eye hollows
The area under the eyes may be injected by a variety of fillers in order to correct the depression underneath that follows the contour of your facial skeleton underneath. If this is your first time, I usually consult my clients to choose hyaluronic acid fillers because they are reversible and safe with a very low side effect profile. This allows you to see a result immediately but that may last up to a year. When you are going to someone for the first time and not sure about the results, the treatment using hyaluronic fillers may be totally reversed. There are so many medical and paramedical practitioners including dentists, nurses and non facial plastic surgery trained practitioners who inject fillers that choosing someone you can trust is a bit difficult. If you are happy with the results of your first treatment you can always convert from products like Juvederm and Restylane (hyaluronic acid fillers) to longer lasting fillers like Radiesse and Bellafil.
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