Dermal fillers can help smooth the transition between the lower eyelid and the cheeks, and make the appearance of tear canals, bags, and eye hollows less obvious. With maturity, the middle region of the cheeks suffers from a loss of fat volume, which causes the appearance of puffiness under the eyes. Dermal fillers can help compensate for this loss of facial volume in a non-invasive way that restores youth and vitality. The filler will be injected into the gaps midway between the lower eyelids and the cheeks, improving the appearance of the tear canals and bags under the eyes. Usually, only one or two filling syringes are needed, as this region of the face requires a delicate and conservative touch.
However, the maximum effectiveness of applied eye fillers would not be evident when there is no support for the cheeks. The lower part of the eyes will simply appear puffier and the cheeks will appear flat. This is why cheek fillers are recommended to improve the under-eye area. Cheek fillers can be used alone or concurrently with under-eye filler treatment to produce the best natural-looking results. As long as you use them the right way, everything will be fine.
But there's always room for error. Dermal filler treatments don't work for all types of eye bags. For example, if you have scallops or malar bags, you should not apply injectables to the area under your eyes, as they could have a negative impact on it. Depending on the recommendation of your beauty professional, you can still combine cheek fillers with a teardrop filler treatment for optimal results. Other dermal fillers, such as Sculptra and Radiesse, among others, do not migrate and remain where they are intended.
Only use hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers for eye treatments, selecting the HA fillers that have the best properties for use around the eyes. If your eyes appear squinted or cat-like, that can be an unfavorable result of filler migration due to the application of too many fillers to your cheeks. Dermal fillers seem to be the most appropriate treatment for eye bags that occur as a result of volume loss in the area under the eyes. This occurs a few days after the treatment session, as the dermal filler forms a bond with the skin tissues of the face. Dermal fillers are the perfect, non-surgical way to soften dark circles under the eyes and eliminate eye bags completely. Approved by the FDA in 2003, Restylane is a leading hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler with long-lasting results in under-eye areas.
Dermal fillers will take care of most dark circles or bags, regardless of the shade or tone of color they have. In general, dermal filler treatments are procedures that are performed in the office, but consultation sessions are required first to successfully create an appropriate treatment plan. The aesthetic provider identifies the type of dermal filler used during the creation of the treatment plan. If over-the-counter creams and serums aren't effective in minimizing these defects, you might consider undergoing safe, non-surgical treatment with dermal fillers to help soften and revitalize your upper face. If you want to get rid of any of these dark circles or bags, consider dermal fillers as an easy, non-surgical solution.
If the dermal filler results disappear a couple of months sooner than expected, see your beauty provider. Cheek fillers do more than just rejuvenate, support and lift the middle area of the face; they also offer benefits for treating acne and filler migration.