- Average length of stay 1 day
- Length of stay in hospital 0 day
- Operation duration 30 minutes
- Anesthesia Topical anesthesia
- Recovery duration 3 days
Deep tear troughs, dark circles and bags under the eyes make the person look tired and cause an old expression. Aging, malnutrition, alcohol and smoking, inadequate sleep and genetic factors can cause these Tear Trough deformities. Our eyes have an important place in facial aesthetics. The fact that our eyes do not look the way we want from the outside can cause aesthetic concerns. Tear Trough Fillers remove bruises, dark circles, and bags under the eye and ensure a healthy and energetic look. The permanence of the procedure takes 10-14 months.
How are Tear Trough Fillers performed?
Unlike other filling applications, the Tear Trough Filler is injected into the deeper layers of the skin and mostly on the bone, not subcutaneously. The substance to be injected in the filler contains hyaluronic acid, amino acids, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.
Tear Trough Fillers Treatment
After application of an ice pack to the lower lid and cheek, a local anesthetic is injected into the orbicularis within the boundaries of the tear trough to avoid patient's discomfort. Tear Trough Filler is applied with the help of a blunt cannula. The filler is injected slowly onto the bone by entering from a single point on the side of the cheek. Although it is a sensitive area, the pain is less than the other fillings. The processing time is 15-20 minutes in total.
Who is suitable for the Tear Trough Fillers?
Tear Trough filling is a suitable application for everyone, except pregnant and breastfeeding women, people with allergic reactions to fillers and people with advanced eye bagging.
Considerations After Tear Trough Fillers Treatment
After the procedure, the person should not rub his eyes for a week and not massage around the eyes. Extreme sports and sleeping facedown should be avoided. Shower with hot water should be avoided.