Under Eye Light Filling, also known as Tear Trough Filling, is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that involves the use of dermal fillers to rejuvenate the under-eye area and reduce the appearance of sunken under eyes and fine lines. The fillers used are typically made of hyaluronic acid or other biocompatible materials. Under Eye Light Filling can help restore volume, smooth out the delicate skin, and create a more refreshed and youthful appearance in the eyes.
What is Under Eye Light Filling?
How does Under Eye Light Filling work?
During an Upper Eye Light Filling procedure, a qualified healthcare provider will carefully inject dermal fillers into the tear trough area, which is the hollow or depressed area beneath the lower eyelid. The fillers help to plump up the sunken or hollowed-out area, filling in the volume loss and reducing the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags. The procedure is relatively quick and can provide immediate results. The effects can last several months to over a year, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors. Maintenance treatments may be recommended to maintain the desired results.
Upper Eye Light Filling can address various concerns related to the under-eye area, such as dark circles, hollows, fine lines, and a tired or aged appearance. It helps to restore volume, improve skin texture, and create a more refreshed and rejuvenated look.
Upper Eye Light Filling is typically well-tolerated, and any discomfort during the procedure is usually minimal. The healthcare provider may apply a topical numbing cream or use other techniques to ensure your comfort. Most dermal fillers also contain a local anesthetic, further minimizing discomfort.
The longevity of Upper Eye Light Filling results can vary depending on factors such as the type of filler used, individual metabolism, and lifestyle factors. Generally, the effects can last from several months to over a year. Maintenance treatments may be necessary to sustain the desired results over time.