Are you frustrated with dark circles under your eyes that never seem to go away, no matter how much sleep you get? We have the inside scoop on how to get a bright eyed and refreshed look! The truth is that all the sleep and under eye cream in the world won’t eliminate dark circles or undereye bags if the problem is deep tear troughs. Tear trough treatment with injectable under eye filler can diminish the look of dark circles with long lasting results.
- What Is A Tear Trough?
- Tear Trough Injectables
- How Does Tear Trough Treatment Work?
- Preparing For Injectables
- Your Tear Trough Treatment
- What To Expect After Your Tear Trough Treatment
- FAQs About Tear Trough Treatment
What is a Tear Trough?
Your tear trough, also called the nasojugal groove, is the anatomical area under your eye that extends from the inner corner of your lower eyelid toward your cheekbone. The skin under our eyes is very delicate and lack of sleep, stress, or allergies can all cause dark circles, but if you have shadows even when you feel great and well-rested, then deep tear troughs could be to blame. Tear troughs can deepen with age, causing a tear trough deformity which results in a visual separation between the eye and cheek and creates dark shadows that are difficult to conceal.
Tear Trough Injectables in Menifee and San Marcos
The experienced aesthetic providers at Before-N-After are injectable experts and as a preferred partner of Allergan, we exclusively use Juvéderm® dermal fillers. We specialize in providing facial rejuvenation with natural-looking results and we will create a treatment plan to have you looking refreshed and youthful. Non-surgical tear trough treatment can give you a bright eyed look without the expense or downtime of plastic surgery such as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).
How Does Tear Trough Treatment Work?
Juvéderm is made with hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a naturally occuring hydrating substance. These hyaluronic acid fillers have gel-like formulas that are FDA approved to restore lost volume.1 HA fillers gently plump and smooth the under eye area to fill in deep tear troughs and eliminate dark shadows.
Preparing For Injectables
Tear trough treatment usually takes less than 20 minutes and requires minimal prep. You may schedule a consultation appointment if you’d like to discuss your cosmetic concerns before your treatment. Avoiding alcohol and blood-thinning medications in the days before treatment can help minimize swelling or bruising.
Your Tear Trough Treatment
Your injector will cleanse under your eye and apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area. They will then carefully inject Juvéderm in your tear trough area using a very thin cannula.
What to Expect After Your Tear Trough Treatment
You can expect immediate results after your treatment. You may experience some swelling or redness at the injection site, but patients typically do not need any downtime and can resume most regular activities right away.
Do tear trough injections hurt?We know that the idea of an injection near your eye can be a little scary! But rest assured that our experienced providers will do everything to make you comfortable, including using a numbing cream.
When will my results be visible?You’ll be able to see results right away. Although some temporary redness or puffiness due to swelling may occur in the hours after treatment, you’ll soon be able to enjoy your final results.
How long will tear trough results last?Dermal fillers are not permanent, but you can expect tear trough results to last several months, and often up to a year.
Is tear trough treatment right for me?If you are frustrated because under eye circles are making you look tired even when you aren’t, then tear trough treatment with filler injections could be right for you! Talk to one of our aesthetic providers to learn if you are a good candidate.
How much does tear trough treatment cost?Tear trough treatment is customized for each patient and pricing will depend on how many syringes of filler are needed to attain your goals. Typically, pricing for tear trough treatment ranges from $550 to $1650.
1 U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Dermal Fillers (Soft Tissue Fillers). Available: https://www.fda.gov/medical-devices/cosmetic-devices/dermal-fillers-soft-tissue-fillers. Accessed December 10, 2020.
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