What is the best treatment for under eye wrinkles that are particularly visible when smiling? (Photo)
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Under eye treatment
Hi and thanks for your question.I usually do a combination theray.
For volume loss I inject fillers like Redensity 2.for fine wrinkle PRP and laser would be a good option.I would suggest to see an expert physician
The undereye wrinkles you show in your photo cannot be addressed with a neurotoxin such as Xeomin, Botox or Dysport as this will result in an unnatural smile.
While a definitive answer must await an in-person consultation, I have had success using a filler such as Radiesse or Restylane.
I am of the opinion that those wrinkles are the result of a wonderful smile and indicative of a friendly and warm personality. As such, they should be welcomed rather than erased.
Under Eye Rejuvenation with fillers, lasers, microneedling/prp, Botox
A combination approach would be best. Botox, fillers, lasers, and microneedling/PRP can improve under eye wrinkles. I suggest consulting with an expert to develop a treatment plan best suited for your short and long term goals. Best, Dr. Emer.
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Under eye wrinkles would benefit from Botox and Fillers
I would consider the combination of fillers and Botox to the area. I always use Restylane with a cannula for this. Botox shouldn't cause bruising in most cases. The cannulas help decrease the bruising and improve the safety of injection with fillers. If still not to your satisfaction, treatment with RF such as Infini or laser resurfacing will be of additional benefit.
Under the eye wrinkles
This is a difficult area to treat and conventional approaches with Botox and fillers do not work well. It is also a highly vascular area that bleeds easily. Fillers are generally injected deep on the bone and may not help with superficial wrinkles. Infini microneedling with radiofrequency is a possible option to consider as it produces collagen in the dermis and may alleviate the wrinkles and crepey skin. A good skin regimen under professional guidance should help as well. Best of luck.
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