Will Voluma lift eye bag or should I get tear trough filler? If so, which filler is best under eye? (Photo)
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Will Voluma lift eye bag or should I get tear trough filler? = possibly, Restylane could also work #voluma #restylane #teartroug
Tear through could be also treated with soft tissue filler. In my practice, the filler that causes less swelling and less tyndall effect (blue discoloration of the skin due to filler) is Restylane.
Patients interested in soft tissue fillers treatment on the face should make a consultation with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon specialized in plastic surgery procedures of the face.
John Mesa MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
New York City (#NYC) & New Jersey (#NJ)
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Voluma and Tear Trough Filler
Voluma & Tear Trough Area
Although I do not ever advise using Voluma under the eyes, I do find that patients who've had Voluma in their cheeks notice an improvement in the appearance of the under eye/tear trough area. Schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon in your area to discuss.
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I evaluate my patients in consultation and gently press on their face in different sites with my fingers to see what filler would to do adjoining areas once the area is filled. Sometimes tear troughs can look better but other times tear troughs can be accentuated by Voluma or fat injections done to their mid cheek. It is important to be evaluated in person.
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I inject a great deal of Voluma and love it but it is best used for the cheek (mid-face area). It has an added benefit of often improving the under eye area but I do not suggest Voluma directly under the eyes. I prefer Belotero or Restylane for the under eye area. Best, Dr. Greem
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