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Filling the Tear Troughs | Tear Trough
What is Tear Trough?
The tear trough consists of depressions running from the nose to the eyes. Tear trough correction occurs in the region of the face where there are wrinkles and your eyes develop dark circles or hollows over time. As we age, we lose fatty tissue in the tear trough under the skin in the lower eyelid and on the upper cheek. The undereye lid’s skin and muscles eventually lose suppleness and stability. The tear trough changes may cause puffiness or bulging of the eyes due to depression away from the face. “Bags” occur under the eyes when the tissue behind the eye protrudes. Having treatment to fill the tear troughs is a great solution.
What is Tear Trough Filler?
Tear trough treatment, also known as undereye dermal filler treatment, is a form of dermal filler similar to Restylane and Juvéderm, produced with hyaluronic acid that is used to restore lost volume wherever it is injected. Tear trough correction gives and restores volume to the undereye, resulting in a fresh, youthful, healthy appearance that offers harmony to the face and tear trough area. Even though treatment tear trough is relatively new, given that fillers like Juvéderm didn’t hit the market until 2006, hyaluronic acid fillers are among the most prevalent scantly cosmetic treatments, according to the 2020 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report, with over 2.6 million patients participating in 2020 alone. While it’s unclear how many of those patients chose tear trough undereye filler, it’s evident that volume replenishing cosmetic procedures are in high demand. Statistics report a surge in interest in these tear trough injections during the last year. The growing relevance of the tear trough area with injections has boosted the demand for minimally invasive treatment to improve attractiveness.
Tear Trough Filler Benefits
• Wrinkles around the eye area can be reduced in visibility.
• Improved skin and youthful appearance.
• Dermal filler treatment is a simple and quick process.
• Trough filler treatment reduces the appearance of dark circles beneath the eyes.
• Tear trough correction doesn’t need any downtime.
Are Tear Trough Dermal Filler treatments safe?
According to the research, filler tear trough therapy is a safe procedure with minimal discomfort, no serious side effects, and high patient satisfaction when conducted with a cannula containing no more than 1 mL of solution in one session between both eyes.
Who’s a good candidate for tear trough filler?
Patients of all ages with developed depressions beneath their eyes (tear trough) make them seem sagging and cast unpleasant shadows known as “dark circles,” giving the impression of fatigue and old age. Eyes tear trough filler may be a safe and effective alternative to surgery for enhancing the under-eyes. To find out whether this treatment is good for you, you’ll need to have a full in-person consultation with a quailed practitioner, like Megan from Injections by Megan.
Each patient tear trough injection session lasts less than an hour and takes place in our Scottsdale Medspa office. Filler in the tear troughs should only be administered by highly skilled, thoroughly educated certified Nurse Injectors. The treatment entails injecting filler into the undereye tear trough area. Typically, only 1ml of filler treatment is required, with 1/2ml or less injected beneath each eye.
Because the filler contains an anesthetic, the treatment is exceptionally well-tolerated. When the needle enters the client’s skin, they normally feel a minor pinch. To fill in the volume shortfall equally, a single blunt cannula or many tiny injections may be administered in the undereye treatment area. You are allowed to leave our Scottsdale facility immediately following the trough filler treatment.
Following a tear trough treatment, no downtime is required. Patients can quickly resume work and other normal activities. The effects are immediate and often persist for six to eighteen months.
In order to see the most gradual change in their skin, eyes and facial looks, some patients choose to have a second tear trough treatment six to nine months after the first one is completed.
After several months, the certified Nurse Injector could suggest a third dermal filler treatment to help achieve the desired results.
What to Avoid Before Tear Trough Treatment?
Avoid consuming ibuprofen, aspirin, vitamin E, or fish oil for a week before filler treatment. To prevent irritation in the eyes, stop using any facial treatments containing retinol or glycolic acid.
Aftercare and Results: Tear Trough Area
Undereye filler has the same straightforward aftercare as other trough filler treatment injectables. For the first 24 hours after your treatment, avoid any physical activity, alcohol, and skincare products in the treated region. Use ice packs and non-sedating oral antihistamines to reduce any swelling that may result from your tear trough correction.
How long does under-eye trough filler treatment last?
Side Effects of Dermal Filler Treatment: Tear Trough Area
Tear Trough Area Procedure Cost
The cost of tear trough filler varies according to the source, area, and quantity needed. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that the average cost of hyaluronic acid is $682 per syringe. Insurance may fund medically required tear through therapy. Since insurance rarely covers aesthetic procedures. Most patients benefit from two full syringes treatment, one under each eye, but others see improvements with just one.
Tear Trough Treatment Vs. Plastic Surgery
Both tear trough filler treatment and plastic surgery are highly recommended anti-aging therapies. Both have tremendous anti-aging effects, but their usage is dependent on your aesthetic goals. Here’s a quick look at both treatments’ benefits. While Tear trough fillers are injections that renew and restore the face’s youthful look. Plastic surgery is the surgical modification of the body to achieve an aesthetic goal. A facelift is one of the most popular cosmetic rejuvenation procedures. Face-tightening surgery removes excess skin and repositions deeper tissues. Unlike tear trough fillers, a facelift may tighten loose neck skin. Depending on the patient’s goals, a brow lift and eyelid surgery may be performed along with a facelift.
• A lower facelift to remove jowls.
• Getting rid of the extra skin and fat in the neck.
• Fixing deep creases between the nose and lips.
• Wrinkles across the forehead and creases between the eyes may be reduced by this procedure.
• Excess upper and lower eyelid skin is removed to improve the appearance of hooded eyes.
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Frequently Asked Questions on treatment of the Tear Trough
How much does it cost to fill tear troughs?
While cosmetic surgery may be pricey, non-surgical treatments are generally less so. Tear trough fillers are no exception that can provide great results for your eyes. . A single tear trough filler treatment might cost between $800 and $1,500 when done by a qualified professional. To learn more about this type of treatment care, contact Megan for a free consultation.
Does it hurt to get tear trough filler?
With the proper treatment care, tear trough filler does not hurt at all. Most say the treatments are surprisingly soothing. The treatment uses a very small needle, and your medical Nurse Injector will apply a topical anesthetic lotion to numb the area beforehand.
How much filler is needed for tear troughs?
Typically, only 1ml of tear trough filler is required, with 1/2ml or less injected beneath each area around the eyes.
Can you go blind from tear trough filler?
As with any medical treatment, the short answer is yes. But in the care of a very competent Nurse Injector, especially when using a cannula, the risk is relatively low, and it’s a very safe and effective medical treatment method.
What filler is best for tear troughs?
Because it is a less active, movement-oriented treatment region compared to the lips or smile lines, all fillers remain longer beneath the eyes. The most popular fillers for treating this region are Restylane® and Belotero®, which have a reduced viscosity and cause minimal swelling of the sensitive under eye skin.
Is it worth getting tear trough filler?
Yes, this non-surgical medical approach will rejuvenate your sunken eyes and give you a younger, healthier appearance. You may not be a candidate for this medical treatment if you have thin skin or underlying medical conditions. A qualified medical professional can determine the treatment suitability for you.
Do fillers ruin your face?
Tear trough filler, when used for a lengthy period, may actually stretch out the tissues under the skin, thereby speeding up the aging process since those tissues will no longer bounce back in the same manner as you age.
Are Under-eye fillers worth it?
Yes, filler can rejuvenate the under eye area and enhance self-confidence in patients who have dark circles, under eye bags, and hollows under their eyes. Furthermore, reducing the visibility of wrinkles around the eyes improved their youthful appearance.
Do fillers make you age faster?
Fillers are a great option for a more youthful skin appearance. Fillers, on the other hand, may cause long-term harm if misused. Medical patients who misuse fillers may accelerate the aging process of their skin, giving them an older look.
What is a Blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty is a type of surgical procedure performed in a health clinic, that removes the excess skin from the eyelids. As men and women get older, eyelids can droop and start to cause a medical problem by impairing their vision. The results of this surgery typically last from 5 to 7 years. Make sure to talk with a qualified surgeon to learn more.
Can under-eye filler go wrong?
Unskilled practitioners that lack fundamental patient anatomy knowledge, use improper fillers, or choose the wrong patients for this treatment are more likely to fail. The tear trough is difficult to restore because the tissues are thinner than other regions of the face.
What are the side effects of under-eye fillers?
As a natural substance, hyaluronic acid (filler) is well tolerated. The only side effects of the treatment are bruising and edema at the injection site. Most of the time they go away on their own. Infection, asymmetry, and granulomas are uncommon but may occur when an inexperienced or unqualified person does the treatment.
Can you get permanent under-eye filler?
No, the treatment is not a permanent cure since the filler will progressively break down over time, widely varying from person to person. This will usually be every 1-2 years, while some patients may keep fillers for a long time.
How much does under-eye filler cost?
The average cost of hyaluronic acid is $682 per tear trough filler syringe, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
What is the longest-lasting under-eye filler?
According to medical specialists, the greatest tear trough filler for the eye region isn’t always the one that lasts the longest, but it does look the best. Restylane, Belotero, or Juvederm are the most often suggested fillers under the eyes since they are the softest of the fillers available.
Who is not suitable for tear trough filler?
A candidate who is unsuitable for this medical operation may exhibit the following:
• Having excessively thin skin.
• Having extra skin behind the eyes or unusually deep tear troughs
• Suffering from an eye or skin illness.
• Having a fat accumulation beneath your eyes.
• Have any medical issues that might lead to complications.
What causes tear troughs?
Tear troughs may develop naturally as you get older or as a consequence of lifestyle decisions or changes. Age, dehydration, and weight gain or loss are all common causes of tear troughs.
Are tear troughs genetic?
Hollow eyes and tear troughs may be inherited. The absence of fat behind the eye, in the tear trough, and pigmented or darker skin causes the eyes to seem hollow and tired.
What can I use instead of fillers?
Aside from fillers, additional treatments like as PRP and radiofrequency may help tighten the tissues in the tear trough. But fillers are the golden grail.
What happens after tear trough filler?
Sometimes, some edema and redness may be visible. Cool compresses may help minimize swelling. The first night, patients should sleep with their heads up and avoid touching their eyes. Avoid strenuous physical exercise.
Do under-eye fillers make you look younger?
Yes, they help “plump up” and rebuild features to give a younger look. They are used to create natural-looking curves and fill in pockets. This adds to the youthful, cushioned look of collagen-rich skin.
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