Which procedure do I need to fix the lower eye crease bags under eyes/face? I'm 40 and they are getting really bad.
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Lower Eyelid creases and bags in young age
You are the perfect age to have a small amount of Restylane or Belotero injected under your eyes. The injections combined with eMatrix for the fine lines under the eyes will rejuvenate your skin. Best, Dr. Green
Lower eyelid treatment
What can I do about my lower eyelids?
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Dr. Daniel Ritacca
Restylane and lower eye bags
Lower eyelid crease
Thank you for sharing your photo and question.
Restylane is a great option for the crease in the eyes. In medical terms, we call the crease in the eyes "tear trough" and it is one of the earlier signs of aging in the eyes. There are other fillers that can also give you great results in the eyes, like belotero or Restylane silk. These newer fillers are less likely to show under the thin skin of the eyelid. Ask your injector about differences. If you have an experienced injector the type of filler should not be the problem.
With fillers in the tear trough, the results are temporary but they can last as much as 3- 6 months or longer in the eyelid. The procedure is very well tolerated. Because of how thin the skin in the eye is, this a little more advanced of an injection (you want to prevent swelling and make sure the filler does not show). Seek an experienced injector.
From your photos, it does not look like you have herniates fat in your eyelids, or excessive skin. I would not recommend surgery.
Make sure you are using a good eye cream to keep your eyelid skin as healthy as possible to prevent fine wrinkling. Mild peels and lasers to the skin of the eyelid can also help.
Good luck. Hope this helps!
Restylane injections for lower eyelid bags
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