If after 3 weeks the under eye area is still not volumized properly, seek guidance from the physician who did the procedure for additional options.
H Karamanoukian MD FACS
I would wait for 2-3 weeks to see what your final results are. If you are still not happy, I would recommend following up with your injector.
Hello, and thanks for your question. I'm sorry you did not get the result you had hoped for. I recommend that you follow up with the physician who performed your procedure to discuss your response and alternative treatment options. You might need to try using more product, or possibly a different one altogether. To maximize the likelihood of a favorable outcome, I recommend that you only get treated by a well-trained and experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Hope this opinion is helpful to you. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Make sure to compare the before and after photos with your injector. It is difficult to assess the pictures you have posted but the improvement may be subtle and appropriate but difficult to appreciate if you don't compare with the before photos. Good luck
Thank you for your question. It is best to address the before/after difference with the doctor. If you truly do not observe any difference, then perhaps you might ask what her recommendation would be for the next step. Be well-
Although boletero is a great product for fine lines, is not much of a "volumizer". It works wonderfully for patients with thin, fair skin with minimum volume loss, but in your case a heftier product such as restylane maybe more useful. Some times both deep and superficial planes need to be addressed for best results. Best of luck!
I do believe Belotero is a good product for tear troughs and I often use a sandwich technique during which I place filler superficial and deep to the muscle giving best results. Alternatively fillers in this area include Restylane, Juvederm, and Restylane Silk although I do not like Juvederm in this area and both Restylane and Silk result in a lot of swelling.
Giving your situation, I would followup with your injecting physician and discuss your results. Ask to see before and after photos. I suspect you may need more filler.
Before and after pictures should be taken before and after each injection you receive. We look at ourselves so frequently that sometimes we may not notice a slight change. After one syringe of Belotero you should see a difference. I cannot quite judge from your pictures since they are not labelled "before" or "after". Unfortunately, if you aren't satisfied with your results, another syringe may be your only option. In similar situations that i've handled in the past, another product may be used as well. Speak with your surgeon and consult for you best options. Best of luck,
Belotero is a very thin product and is good for those with thin skin who need minimal enhancement. It is less likely to cause nodules/irregularities in that area when there's no fat to cover/minimize the visibility of outline of the filler. Unfortunately, it does not last very long, so it's not one of my favorite products. Also to note is that more than one syringe may be necessary for great results. Every face is different!
Thank you for sharing your question. Restylane is a better filler for the tear troughs than Belotero. It gives more of a fill and lasts longer. See an experienced eyelid specialist for treatment in this delicate area.