Under eye bags too deep! Help! (photos)
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Under Eye Bags Treatment
Thank you for sharing your question and photos. You appear to be an excellent candidate for tear trough filler. These hollows can be temporarily disguised with a hyaluronic acid filler called Restylane. I have had excellent results using the innovative microcannula technique, which reduces risk of swelling, minimizes pain, and is essentially bruise-less. Using this technique, filler can be injected evenly requiring only one needle stick on each side. Additionally, you may also benefit from a small amount of Botox around the eyes to minimize the creasing you notice when smiling. I recommend consulting with a board-certified specialist who is experienced using the microcannula technique.
You look very young from the photo to have or need any surgery and the photo is not ideal to evaluate things but something more conservative like a filler may be far more appropriate. See a board certified surgeon in your area with an expertise in aesthetic surgery for more information. Good luck!
Dean Vistnes, M.D.
Vistnes Plastic Surgery
San Francisco Bay Area
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Under eye bags too deep! Help!
Your problem is the Bellotero.
Lower lids - creases when I smile.
- In the photo, I do not see what I call 'bags' but a lot of creasing of the skin.
- This is caused by muscle under the skin pulling the skin when you smile.
- The treatment is Botox but please have it done by a plastic surgeon -
- It has to be done in the lower lid creases directly and very precisely.
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