Useful around the eyes for correction of:
- Dark circles under the eyes
- Lower eyelid hollows
- Improving lower eyelid bags as an alternative to surgery
- Temple hollows
- Brow deflation
Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections may be a complement to surgery. Patients not ready for
eyelid surgery can use these treatments as an initial procedure to attain eyelid and facial rejuvenation.
How does it work around the eyes?
- Non-permanent fillers are used around the eyes. The dermal filler is injected with a very fine needle or cannula into the lower eyelid, temple or brow to restore volume in these areas. Treatment is performed in the office after applying anaesthetic cream to the skin. The filler also contains local an aesthetic.
Are dermal fillers safe?
- Bruising may occur and it is important to consider your appointment date if an important event is approaching.
- A small proportion of people will develop swelling in the treated area. Swelling may occur early after injection or sometimes months after injection. Non-permanent filler treatment can be reversed easily in the rooms if needed.
- Those who are pregnant, breast feeding or planning to fall pregnant within the next three months are not suitable for this treatment.
These therapies are temporary and they may have to be repeated and maintained
Sometimes dermal fillers can be used in combination with other skin
rejuvenating therapies such as anti-wrinkle injections. Your surgeon will assess your specific require
ments at the first consultation to determine whether one or a mix of treatments is needed
to accomplish a natural result.
Do you have any more questions? Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you might have about dermal filler injections. Our team will be happy to address any concerns that you may have.