Best under eye treatment for hollows and wrinkles? Female, 35 years (Photo)
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Dr. Sheila Nazarian
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Smile lines in lower eyelids
The best option for this would be a neuromodulator such as Botox performed in a careful manner.
I suggest seeing a specialist in your area for this.
I hope this was helpful.
UNDER EYE TREATMENT FOR HOLLOWS AND WRINLKES
THANK YOU FOR YOUR QUESTION. I HAVE SOME
PATIENTS WHO PREFER TO HAVE AN APPOINTMENT WHERE THEY CAN BE EVAULATED AND INJECTED
IN THE SAME VISIT TO SAVE TIME. HOWEVER YOU CAN SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
FOR YOUR INDEPTH ASSESSMENT SO THE TREATMENT OPTIONS CAN BE EXPLAINED TO
YOU IN DETAIL AND THEN SCHEDULE A TREATMENT APPOINTMENT TO HAVE THE ACTUAL
TREATMENT DONE. SKIN CARE AND CHEMICAL PEELS OR LASERS CAN IMPROVE THE SKIN QUALITY,
WHILE FILLERS CAN ADD VOLUME TO THE UNDER EYE AREA TO RESTORE THE NORMAL
CONTOURS. BOTOX CAN RELAX THE FACIAL MUSCLES THAT CREATE FINE LINES AND
WRINKLES AROUND THE EYES. BOTOX AND FILLERS CAN BE DONE AT THE SAME TIME BUT
TYPICALLY LASER AND FILLERS SHOULD BE SCHEDULED AT LEAST 2-6 WEEKS APART. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR CHOICE.
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Lower eyelid issues
These procedures can be done together, or separately in either order. Finally, a good topical skin regimen will help to maintain results and prevent future sun damage and skin aging.
Small droplets of Botox or Dysport can also soften the dynamic creases that form under your eyes as a result of smiling.
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Treatment of eyelids #laser #blepharoplasty #fillers #BOTOX
Thank you for your question and photos! There are many options for treating the area around the eyes and eyelids- fillers, botox, laser, Platelet Rich Plasma, and surgery/microfat grafting.
For best assessment - you should have an in person consultation. From your photos- the lines appear when you are smiling- these are tougher to treat, beware that most procedures will not stop these without negative secondary effects.
With Warm Regards
Trevor M Born MD
Smile lines under eyes
- Botox into the lines under the eyes is effective and inexpensive for your wrinnkles.
- I do not like the laser for the lower lids - it thins the skin.
- A skin care program based on tretinoin (retin A) is the basis of all good skin care.
- A phenol peel (in my hands) is better than laser.
- Filler is temporary and under the eyes, often lumpy and has real risks.
- I would consider having Botox, skin care and considering surgery.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
Treatment for Under Eye Wrinkles and Hollows
There are great non-surgical option to fill in under eye depressions and hollowness. Using dermal fillers, a liquid eyelift can be performed. Dermal filler such as Restylane would be placed in the cheek and tear trough to hide the depression or bag underneath your eye.
Many times patients will try the non-surgical option first to see if they are happy with the result. If they do not get the results that are seeking, they can still undergo surgery. Other patients want a permanent solution and choose to undergo surgery.
At times, patients will have a darkening of the skin in this region. This staining of the skin can be difficult to treat and will not improve with either a liquid eyelift or a lower blepharoplasty.
To improve the quality of your skin underneath the eyes, I would suggest a good skin care regimen and either a laser treatment or a chemical peel. There are variety of peels and lasers that will work effectively in this area. For this reason the most important decision is to ensure you choose a good provider.
Each of these choices are viable options. I would carefully review the pros and cons of each procedure and decided what would be best for you.
Best under eye treatment for hollows and wrinkles? Female, 35 years
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