Under eye tear trough dropping? (Photos)
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Under eye tear trough dropping?
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 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.
Volume Loss Midface/ Tear Troughs
Thank you for your question. With time, we all see volume loss combined with the gravitational decent of our muscles. Combining Voluma for volume, and Belotero for tear troughs is a common request. If you decide you like the look, a permanent malar/submalar implant can be done.
Tear troughs under eyes
thanks for the question and photos. Over time we all lose volume in our faces. Also the fat that remains descends with gravity. For you, volume for tear trough is needed. This can be done with fillers or fat grafting, both have risks and benefits but both are safe. Lower lid surgery may be needed to tighten the skin or use lasers/peels. Lots of options so seek a consult in person. Good luck
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Tear through filler
Thanks for your question. You are a very good candidate for dermafiller for tear through .
I usually combine it with few sessions of either laser or RF .
Please consult with an expert physician
Tear trough options
From your photos it would appear that you would do well with a small amount of volume in both the tear troughs and the mid face. For example, start with 1 syringe Restylane or Belotero to split between the two tear troughs, and 1 syringe Restylane LYFT for the mid cheek so that it lifts up to meet. You might end up using 2 Restylane LYFT to get the volume you need, that is better determined at your consult. Be sure to go to someone with A LOT of experience with tear trough injection, and that they use microcannula technique to deliver the fillers.
Fat transfer...I don't perform this. My clients who have had it done have not been overall positive about it. It is of course more costly. Not all the transfered fat necessarily survives and results can be lumpy, uneven...some centers are combining fat transfer with PRP and Stem Cells to enhance results. Again, at added expense...but I would go that route if I were going to do it.
Lisa Vuich, MD
Under eye drooping
From your photos it appears you could greatly benefit from filler injection under the eye. I prefer Juvederm or Voluma to the area you are showing. Neat thing is that you get an instant lift that will take away that tired appearance. Fat transfer is also commonly done there and is a safe alternative . Hope this helps.