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What are the benefits of dermal eye fillers?

Dermal fillers are one of the most popular non-invasive treatments that are widely available in the USA and most recently, in the UK. In 2020 alone, over 2.6 million patients underwent hyaluronic acid fillers, according to the National Plastic Surgery statistics. This was at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, when various clinics were forced to close or operate at a restricted level; suggesting this figure has risen over the last couple of years. These types of treatments can be applied to various parts of the face, including the cheeks, the lips, and the under eye area.

This guide will focus on the benefits of dermal eye fillers, and who should consider seeking treatment.

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Discover the different facial concerns in the eye area, and how tear trough filler can help.

Read the benefits of tear trough fillers and what you can expect from treatment.

Find out which candidates will be more suitable for tear trough treatment, and how Dr Nyla can help.

What facial conditions can be treated with tear trough fillers?

Around the eyes, the fat pads beneath the skin redistribute as the body ages, creating a shifting structure. Tear trough treatment injects filler around the eyes to add volume in these weaker areas and to create a more youthful appearance.

Common facial concerns around the eyes include:

Tear troughs.

The tear troughs are the physical hollows under the eye area. Without treatment, these physical hollows cast a shadow underneath the eyes and can make the overall appearance look tired and aged. This facial concern is typically harder to cover, compared to eye bags and dark circles, and can be brought on by ageing or genetically.

Find out how long dermal eye fillers last here.

Eye bags.

Eye bags occur when fluid is retained under the eyes; creating a small area of swelling under the eyes. This then casts a shadow and makes the appearance of “bags”.

Dark circles.

Dark circles are the result of a pigmentation issue and are combined with the previously mentioned facial conditions. These occur when blood vessels beneath the skin are dilated and come closer to the surface; they are a common side effect of dehydration, excessive drinking and being over-tired.

To find out more information about eye concerns, visit the Dr Nyla website.

What are the benefits of under eye filler?

There are many benefits of undergoing tear trough filler treatment. These benefits include:

It is a non-invasive treatment.

Much like the other treatments that Dr Nyla provides, dermal eye fillers are a non-invasive and temporary procedure.

Smooths the area under the eyes and adds volume.

Dermal fillers commonly feature a high concentration of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance that is naturally found in the body. However, over time, its production gradually reduces.

Treatments with under-eye fillers refresh the skin and give it a natural appearance by adding volume. This is related, in part, to the hyaluronic acid’s ability to draw water; making your skin appear smoother and naturally plumper.

Less pain than other procedures.

During tear trough filler treatment, small and fine needles and/or cannulas are used to reduce the amount of pain. At Dr Nyla, we can use a topical anaesthetic 20 to 30 minutes before treatment for a relatively pain-free procedure.

If you are considering other treatments, such as dermal cheek fillers, find out the benefits here.

Long-lasting effect.

Dermal eye fillers typically last between 9 and 12 months. This means that under eye fillers only need to be topped up once a year; although this can be more frequent depending on the guidance of your doctor.

However, although there are long-lasting effects, dermal fillers are also temporary and will naturally dissolve on their own. They are a good alternative to permanent plastic surgery around the eyes, with similar looking if not better results.

Find out how long dermal eye fillers last here.

Immediate results.

After tear trough filler treatment, you will be able to see immediate results. It is important to remember that natural side effects will occur after the procedure. This includes mild swelling and bruising around the injection area, which may affect the appearance post-treatment.

Remember that swelling and bruising are completely normal and will reduce over the following weeks. Typically, you can expect to see the final and enhanced look 2 to 3 weeks after the treatment.

If you are unsure about the recovery process and what to expect after dermal eye fillers, make sure to consult with your doctor to follow their guidance.

Who is suitable for tear trough treatment?

Suitable candidates for dermal eye fillers include those who are generally healthy. Those seeking treatment may include:

  • Those who are affected by the tired look of hollows beneath the eyes.
  • Mild to moderate troughing or shadowing beneath the eyes.
  • Those with genetic or ageing concerns.

If you are thinking about seeking treatment for the under eyes, it is vital to find medically qualified practitioners who will be able to assess your suitability and have the accreditations to perform the procedure. Dermal fillers are under-regulated in the UK, so make sure you rescreen the clinic before booking a consultation.

Dr Nyla is one of the top cosmetic doctors in the UK and has years of experience performing dermal filler treatment for the cheeks, under eyes, and lips.

Book a consultation with Dr Nyla and her team today.

Pateint having dermal fillers “I’m just massively impressed by Dr Nyla’s attitude and approach, as well as her results. This is tweaking at its most minimally invasive, for maximum results.

Polly Vernon

Pateint having dermal fillers
“I’m just massively impressed by Dr Nyla’s attitude and approach, as well as her results. This is tweaking at its most minimally invasive, for maximum results.

Polly Vernon

Frequently asked questions

What other facial rejuvenation treatments are there?

At Dr Nyla, we provide a range of non-invasive treatments that address certain facial problems, including in and under the eye area. Other than tear trough fillers, other treatments include anti-wrinkle (or BOTOX) injections, and Intracel, which is a skin tightening treatment.

It is important to book a consultation with a medically qualified practitioner. During this consultation, your suitability for the treatment will be assessed; finding which specific procedure will work best for your areas of concern.

Book a consultation with Dr Nyla and her team today.

What is the recovery time after getting dermal fillers?

After dermal fillers, although there will be swelling and bruising around the injection area, you will be able to see results straight away. Swelling will naturally lessen after a few days, and you will be able to see the finished and enhanced look after 4 to 6 weeks.

Browse through our testimonials from some of our favourite and high-profile clients on the Dr Nyla website.

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