Loss of volume in the face can cause the lower orbital bones (just above your cheeks and below your lower eyelids) to appear more pronounced. This anatomical characteristic makes the area between your eye and lower orbit bones to look sunken-in, creating a trough like appearance around your most noticeable accessory: your eyes.
Tear troughs don’t just add darkness to your under-eye areas, they can also make eye bags more apparent. The two go hand in hand, contributing to thinning and sagging tissues that are too challenging to cover up with a good moisturizer or makeup.
Fortunately, our Beverly Hills practice offers gentle cosmetic eye treatments that offer promising and lasting results.
Filler Treatments for Tear Troughs
Dermal fillers are a safe and effective way to add volume to anywhere on your face — even delicate under eye areas like tear troughs. The tiny injectable treatments can last for 3-4 months after each application.
Tear Trough Plastic Surgery
Sometimes the cause of your tear trough is more than just superficial. If you need a bit more results than something other than a dermal filler, one of our minimally invasive plastic surgery options may be the best option. However, Dr. Parsa is extremely conservative with the types of treatments we prescribe to patients. If a non-invasive solution is likely to offer the most promising results, we will advise you to try that option first!
The Aesthetic Institute offers tear trough treatments in Beverly Hills. Book a consultation with Dr. Kami Parsa today to find out how we can help you to achieve the youthful, smooth glow that you’re looking for.
Posted on behalf of Kami Parsa M.D.