Are under eye or cheek fillers a better option for me? (photo)
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Under eye and cheek fillers
Hi Jelena, I would suggest cheek fillers first, and then in several weeks looking to do undereye fillers. Here in the US the best fillers for this would be Voluma, as it gives a natural looking appearance and lasts up to 2 years. If you recently had to have fillers dissolved, I would go for fillers with different active ingredients than last time and starting very slow, like 1/2 syringe per side.
Commence with Cheek Fillers
I would suggest commencing with cheek fillers like Voluma and re-assessing the tear troughs 2-4 weeks later. Please see an expert injector for best results. All the best.
Are under eye or cheek fillers a better option for me?
Hello, and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, it is difficult to suggest a specific plan based on the provided photo. It would be helpful to see a photo with better lighting, with your face in a neutral position. However, I suspect that you would likely benefit from volume both in your tear troughs, as well as in your cheeks. In order to determine the best treatment plan for you, I recommend an in-person consultation with an expert. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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From your picture it is difficult to evaluate the problem areas. I would suggest a close up photo with no flash. If you have already had chronic swelling complications from HA injunctions.. Then I would recommend trying non- HA fillers such as Radiesse or fat injection. Good Luck!
Cheek and under eye fillers
Thank you for your question and photo. It is difficult to see the contours of the cheek and tear troughs in the photo. Generally speaking, having high cheek bones and good volume done in a natural way can be feminizing and youthful. Undereye filler gives you a subtle volume increase under your eyes for a less tired look. Teosyal under eye filler (redensity II) is ideal for tear troughs. Juvederm products can be great in the cheeks. Go for a consultation and get an opinion. Good luck
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