Have you had sleepless nights that cause you to awaken with bags under your eyes? What do you do then?
Do you make an effort to sleep for more extended periods throughout the week to get rid of the dark pigmentation? Do you apply multiple under eye creams? Yet, you soon come to the conclusion that whatever you do, the dark circles won’t go away.
It won’t go away because this is the cause of infra-orbital hollowing. The loss of volume, fat, and soft tissue support around the eyes. This hollowness may result in concavity and shadowing, which frequently aggravates the “dark circles” you’ve noticed. You need dermal fillers to address this.
What Causes Infra-Orbital Hollowing?
The natural ageing process results in infraorbital hollowing, which can be made worse by weight reduction. Men and women can exhibit this, even in their early 20s. Fillers with hyaluronic acid can restore facial volume, diminish wrinkles, and improve hollowing.
The product is injected directly into the area of concern, replenishing lost volume and creating a more youthful, refreshed look. This minimally invasive treatment produces immediate results that will soften over time. With careful placement, the filler can even help conceal any visible signs of ageing around the eyes.
Overall, fillers are an excellent way to rejuvenate your facial features without the hassle of surgery or downtime. If you want to enhance your appearance and turn back the clock on ageing signs safely and effectively, this may be your solution! It’s essential to consult an experienced practitioner to ensure that you get the best possible results.
Dermal Fillers To Treat Infra-Orbital Hollowing
The most common treatment for tear troughs is a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler. Since hyaluronic acid is a chemical that naturally occurs in the body, it can be used cosmetically around the eyes.
Teosyal is a common product used for the under-eye area and cannot be seen through the delicate, transparent skin of the eyelids. The contour and shape of the tear troughs can be modified using these fillers.
The position of hyaluronic acid fillers is more stable and predictable since they do not require a blood supply. Dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid require regular upkeep. Dermal filler used to treat the tear trough may need to be redone in roughly a year, depending on the client and lifestyle factors.
How Long Does A Tear Trough Treatment Last?
Most dermal filler treatments located in the tear troughs last between 9 and 18 months. The dermal filler is broken down over time as it is metabolised by the body. Other factors, such as lifestyle and external factors can also impact the longevity of this treatment.
The effects of hyaluronic acid fillers on the tear trough are often subtle and natural-looking, yet effective. Dermal fillers in this area can help to reduce the look of dark circles and create a youthful, rested appearance.
An experienced practitioner will consider your age, skin condition, facial anatomy, safety and desired outcome when suggesting treatment options.
Stay Young Looking With Dermal Fillers
Book an appointment today with Kanvas Medical Group! We can arrange a consultation with one of our advanced aesthetic medical practitioners to discuss your concerns and put together a bespoke treatment plan for you.
At Kanvas Medical Group, you get the highest quality of service and care. We are passionate about helping you achieve your desired look with minimal discomfort and downtime.