so my left hollow is not too bad i can live with it...but right hollow is more sunken and makes my face look weak what is my option for the weaker right hollow? if it helps my right cheek is flatter and guess not as high but im not looking for cheek implants as im having jaw implants in future
Need Help What Can I Do About my Right Hollow? (photo)
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Filler for under eye hollow
Restylane can yield a fantastic result for the tear trough, and help to fill in hollowness under the eyes. I would recommend visiting a board certified dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or facial plastic surgeon. They are all great options. I hope this helps, and best of luck.
Fillers or fat grafting
Though fillers are an excellent choice to help improve symmetry and volume loss, another fantastic option is facial fat grafting. This can give a wonderful long term result. The technique is extremely important as you want to make sure that the fat is not injected in a shallow plane which can lead to lumpiness.
Filler Is Your Best Bet For Your Under eye Hollow
Don't feel bad, most of us are asymmetric. Fortunately, injection with a filler (Restylane is probably best in this area) should work really well. Since you like the left side, we can use that as a template and add filler until the right side looks like the left. An injector with experience in this area (infraorbital hollow) is key in that it can be a bit tricky to add the volume needed without making the filler obvious. Good luck.
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Best Treatment for Facial Assymetry, Eye Hollows
Restylane is the best option for the hollow immediately under your eye. For your cheek, Radiesse or Perlane will give you nice results if performed properly. Sculptra is another non-surgical option. Be sure to choose your treating physician most carefully. Good luck and be well.
Lower eyelid cheek junction injection with Restylane or Belotero
Thank you for posting your picture. You're very good candidate for lower eyelid injection would either Restylane or Belotero. While these injections are not permanent they will give you good results and last approximately one year. Please look for an expert injector in your area.
A well-performed Injectable Filler procedure may improve lower eyelid hollowing.
I reviewed your concerns and your photos. You appear to have a hollow between your orbital rim and your orbital fat. You may wish to consult a physician experienced in the delicate art of filling lower eyelid hollows, as this area can be unforgiving.
My personal preference is to use Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results.
All the best to you.