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Tear Trough Refinement

Tear trough fillers for dark circles | under eye hollowness treatment

Dark Eye Circles Undereye Filler

What is the best under-eye filler? Hyaluronic acid is the most excellent wrinkle filler for dark eye circles. This material is created naturally by your body and is safe to use directly under your eyes. You can get results that hold up even when you grin or laugh by using hyaluronic acid fillers.

Dark circles under the eyes might indicate age, weariness, and illness. Even with hundreds of concealers, plenty of sleep, and expensive eye treatments, dark circles may still be visible.

Dark circle treatments fail because they don’t address the reason. Under-eye darkness can be caused by shadows, volume loss, blood vessels accumulation, allergic rubbing that produces bruising, and inherent dark pigmentation.

Tear trough fillers can swiftly and effectively alleviate dark circles.

With tears through the filler, you can look younger, more alert, and more natural.

Why Do We Get Dark Eye Circles

A common problem amongst patients is the presence of dark eye circles. These dark eye circles give off the vibe of tiredness and fatigue. Resting and using multiple make up techniques usually still fail to give adequate concealment.

They are a consequence of our anatomical attachments near the eye which exert a pull on the surrounding structures. With aging, our fat pads near the eye tend to go down, coupled with skin laxity and bone resorption, all these result in a hollowing near the eye which manifests as dark eye circles from differential casting of light. This area is also known as the tear trough.

Reasons for Under-eye Darkness

Shadows are a significant cause of under-eye darkness. Darkness forms under the eyes because the light is refracted from a hollow depression in the crease that separates the upper eyelid from the cheek.

The natural groove gets deeper and more pronounced as we age, casting unflattering shadows that make us look older and more worn out than we are. Dark circles, which make you look exhausted no matter how much sleep you get, are a common side effect of losing weight and aging, especially if the skin around the eyes is thin.

The under-eye discoloration is a possible cause of dark circles for certain people. This is due to the skin’s pigmentation, not the presence of shadows. Temporary dark circles under the eyes caused by scratching the eyes owing to allergies or lack of sleep are typical.

Does Under-Eye Filler Help Dark Circles?

Depressions typically cause shadows under the eyes.

Fillers for the tear trough are an effective treatment for dark circles if the shadows under the eyes result from a depressed area of skin rather than an allergic reaction or a pigmentation issue.

Fillers for the tear troughs can eliminate the hollows that generate dark circles and restore a more youthful, vibrant look.

Fillers for the tear trough however do not lighten dark circles caused by skin pigmentation issues, but they can reduce the look of fine wrinkles around the eyes that come with aging.

You may get answers to these questions and more during your consultation at our clinic, where Dr Sin Yong will diagnose the root of your dark circles and recommend a course of action to treat them.

How Do You Get Rid of Dark Circles with Under Eye Fillers?

The decrease of volume in the tear trough area due to aging is the most prevalent cause of dark circles under the eyes.

By injecting a thin layer of hyaluronic acid into the circles under your eyes with a blunt cannula, dermal fillers can help restore volume and smooth out sagging skin.

Most people see a difference in their appearance, brightening, freshening, and revitalizing within a day or two after getting eye bag filler treatment. Due to individual variation, anticipating the outcome of filler treatment for under-eye bags can be challenging. The desired effects may not be achieved until a second treatment, but the results are immediate in some instances.

Under-eye circles are impossible to conceal. Head to social gatherings, the gym, and critical occasions with the confidence that your tear troughs are youthful. Swelling is possible following the surgery; however, it is usually mild and does not interfere with daily activities.

Tear trough fillers for dark circles | under eye hollowness treatment

What is the Best Under-Eye Filler?

For this region, we prefer to use a light density hyaluronic acid filler such as Teosyal Redensity 2. The lighter filler allows a smooth and natural appearance as the skin is the thinnest in this region. Hyaluronic acid filler achieves the best effect post treatment and gradually they get resorbed. Tear Trough fillers last between 1-1.5 years, depending on individual.

The fillers process take 30 minutes and numbing medication makes the process a smooth and comfortable one.

Hyaluronic acid is the best wrinkle filler for under-eye circles. Your body already produces this chemical, so there’s no need to worry about putting it near your eyes. You can get results that hold up even when you grin or laugh by using hyaluronic acid fillers.

Dermal fillers are entirely risk-free for your under-eye circles.

Using muscle relaxants under the eyes to treat dark circles is a common request, but dermal fillers are far superior. In contrast with fillers, which expand to fill the hole that causes shadows and dark circles, muscle relaxants weaken muscles.

We advise utilizing hyaluronic acid because it is harmless and may be broken down quickly by hyaluronidase.

Within 48 hours of receiving an injection of hyaluronidase can reduce the amount of filler used.

Tear trough fillers for dark circles | under eye hollowness treatment

Do I Need Tear Trough Refinement?

The hollowing of the tear trough varies across 3 different grades of severity. As long as you can detect a tinge of tiredness near the eyes, you are a suitable candidate.

Post treatment, you will achieve a smooth transition from the lower eyelid to the cheek region, giving off a fresher look!

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