Fillers can be a great option to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles, and bags under the eyes. Dermal fillers are injected into the area under the eyes to soften hollow spaces and make them look thicker and less shadowy. Tear fillers are an injection specifically designed to fill in the tear canal and reduce the gap in the area. The results of this treatment may last longer depending on how quickly the body absorbs and breaks down hyaluronic acid, as well as the natural shape of the under-eye area.
Restylane is a valuable option for those with severe tear and wrinkles under the eyes looking for solutions. It can reduce the appearance of age-related volume loss or small pockets of fat in the lacrimal canal area. Bone loss is a natural part of aging, and fillers are a simple and effective way to fill in sunken areas. Generally, dermal fillers are marketed with a duration of six months to a year, but under-eye fillers tend to last longer than that (close to 18 months) because they are in an area of the face that moves less.
Restylane, Juvederm, and Belotero Balance are all effective dermal fillers for the lacrimal canal area. It is important to seek treatment with a board-certified dermatologist who knows how to use cutting-edge under-eye fillers. Nodules (growths of skin tissue) may develop after an injection if it fails. Lines around the eyes and gaps or dark circles can be filled with fillers for a more youthful appearance.
Your body breaks down HA fillers naturally just like it breaks down native HA, so it gradually disappears in a very natural way. Restylane is a popular hyaluronic acid-based filler that is often used for under-eye treatments.