Would I need injectable dermal filler to get rid of these laugh lines and tear troughs that look like long, deep scars? (Photos)
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Fillers for mid-face and tear troughs
You could consider a filler such as Restylane to augment and smooth these areas. I prefer to inject most areas with a cannula rather than a needle to give the smoothest results and the safest outcome. I would recommend that you start by seeing an experienced cosmetic dermatologist for in-person evaluation.
Fillers for Tear Troughs & Smile Lines
Looking at your photos, I would recommend fillers namely Teosyal Redensity II for your tear troughs and Juvederm Volift for your smile lines. Theses fillers will soften up the lines and give you a refreshed look. Hope this information helps. All the best.
What I can tell from the pictures is that you have a pronounced tear trough (area below the eyes that appears dark), and some volume loss in your mid cheek. You are very young for these changes, but they are genetic and depend on your bone formation as well. Dermall fillers would be a great treatment option for you, both into your midcheek to support your eyes, and into the tear trough. By doing filler into your cheeks, your "laugh lines" would also improve because cheek fillers help to augment the lower face and improve wrinkles there as well.
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Hello, and thanks for your question and photos. You appear to be an excellent candidate for facial rejuvenation with hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers. In particular, I think you would benefit from some filler placed in your tear troughs, so as to produce a more rested look. I tend to favor Restylane in this area, as it attracts less water than some other fillers, yet it is hearty enough to provide lasting results. In order to determine the best treatment plan for you, I recommend an in-person consultation with an expert. Hope this opinion is helpful to you. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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