Fillers are a popular remedy for wrinkles and sagging facial skin, and they can be used to improve the appearance of the under-eye area. They restore a healthy and rested look of the eyes, reduce dark circles, stimulate the production of collagen, and make the skin look smoother, brighter, and younger. While aging is not something to fear, many people prefer to look young because of their work or their romantic life. If this is the case, under-eye fillers help you feel excited and refreshed rather than fearing what you look like as you get older.
Injectables, including fillers and Botox, help to temporarily reduce signs of aging on the face to make you look younger. How they work and the areas they treat depend on the type of injection and your specific needs. Fillers expand facial tissue to add volume in target areas. Lines around the eyes and gaps or dark circles can be filled with fillers for a more youthful appearance.
The results are instantaneous, so you and your doctor can decide what is the right amount. Some people even start using under-eye fillers before they need them as a preventive measure against aging. If the area under the eyes bothers you, you can use concealer or other cosmetics to hide shadows. You may also want to consider talking to a dermatologist about dermal fillers.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are commonly used to minimize nasolabial folds, those two lines that form between the mouth and nose. Your body breaks down HA fillers naturally just like it breaks down native HA, so it gradually disappears in a very natural way. HA dermal fillers don't require you to go to your dermatologist or specialist every few months like other treatments do. Under-eye fillers are injectable treatments with hyaluronic acid (commonly known as Restylane and Juvederm) that can be used to treat loss of volume under the eyes.
While Botox works on lines created by movements, fillers work best on lines that are formed thanks to the effects of gravity and loss of volume. When administering the filler, a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon uses their finger to gently push the Restylane into place under the skin.
The filling of the trough may not last forever, but it can last for an extended period of time that can make managing those bags much easier. Renew is committed to helping our patients achieve a natural look with regard to their aesthetic and beauty goals.
Ultimately, bone loss is a natural part of the aging process, and opting for fillers is a simple and effective way to fill in sunken areas. According to research, in addition to filler, HA fillers also stimulate collagen synthesis by pressing on fibroblasts (the cells responsible for collagen production), causing them to produce native collagen. It is generally recommended to avoid hyaluronic acid filler in patients with moderate to severe seasonal allergies or in those who have natural swelling under the eyes.