How do i get rid of bags under my eyes?
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Under Eye Bags
Thank you for your question. There are a variety of treatments that can help improve under eye bags from injectable filler, to laser and surgery. The recommended treatment depends on individual anatomy so an in person consultation to determine your candidacy is best.
There are many options to address bags under the eyes
The answer to your question really depends upon a number of things that are evaluated during consultation in person. Your age, general health status, gender, ethnicity, specific anatomy and anatomic/aesthetic concerns, your expectations, your available time to recover, and your budget are all things you should come to a consultation prepared to discuss. Depending upon what the doctor sees you may be a candidate for injection of fillers or fat under the eyes, or surgical blepharoplasty, or eye-lid tuck, but it all depends on many of the things I mentioned above. My best suggestion is to locate a board certified plastic surgeon, facial plastic surgeon, or occuloplastic surgeon who offers both non-surgical as well as surgical treatments for this area. I suggest someone in a surgical specialty because that way you will most likely benefit from surgical expertise and knowledge of surgical anatomy, thus, you will probably be more likely to hear about all of your options. Best of luck.
Thank you for your question. Without a photograph I am unable to make any recommendations. Under eye concerns can be treated in a variety of different ways such as injectable fillers, lasers, peels, and surgery. It depends on individual need and anatomy so I would recommend an in person exam with an expert to determine your candidacy. Best wishes.
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Trust your face to a board-certified facial plastic surgeon or a board-certified plastic surgeon with very extensive browlift and blepharoplasty experience.
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