Tear Trough Filler

Correct hollowness and help minimise dark circles under the eyes

Dermal fillers are used in the tear trough, under eye area and orbital region to correct hollowness, dark circles and give an overall rejuvenated appearance.

The Facts

Spacing Between Treatments: Dependent on the individual
Length of Each Treatment: 45 - 60 minutes
Price: $450 per ml | $650 per ml

Before & Afters

Frequently Asked Questions

How is dermal filler used in tear trough?

Dermal fillers are used in the tear trough or orbital area to correct hollowness, dark circles and give an overall rejuvenated appearance to the eyes.  

As we age, the fat pads under the skin begin to flatten and create volume loss, this can often result in hollowness under the eyes and dark circles. The under eye filler is injected into the trough area, under the skin, to restore volume, smooth out the area and the dark circles.

Who is a suitable candidate for tear trough fillers?

Dermal filler in the tear trough or orbital region can help with the following concerns: 

+ Under eye hollowing (sunken eyes)

+ Dark circles 

+ Smoothing fine lines & wrinkles under the eye area

 

In some cases such as severe under eye bags, excess skin sagging & laxity and under eye swelling tear trough treatment with dermal fillers is contraindicated and a surgical referral may be made.

What does the treatment involve?

Dermal fillers are a short non-surgical procedure which may take up to 60 minutes, administered through injection by a trained medical professional. There may be some minor discomfort during the administration of dermal fillers, discomfort varies from one individual to another, depending on the product being used and the area being treated. We have a number of options for numbing or other agents to help with any discomfort.

What's the downtime?

Allow up to 7 days for bruising and swelling

+ No exercise for 24 hours post treatment

+ No excessive sweating (saunas / steam) for 24 hours post treatment

+ No make-up application for 4 hours post treatment

Have more questions?

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