Under eye filler treatments are available in London through Doctor Nyla – the winner of the UK’s Clinic of the Year Award.
Under eye filler treatments for tear troughs and other issues can make a profound difference. However, it is important to ensure you use a leading clinic that uses the highest quality of fillers and is Doctor-led.
In this page, we will outline the benefits of under eye fillers, give key details about the treatment itself, answer key questions and then also speak a little about Doctor Nyla’s Harley Street Clinic.
Under eye fillers, also known as tear trough fillers, are one of the more popular treatments at our London clinic.
They address the signs of ageing and tiredness under the eyes, where a form of hollowness can occur, this leading to shadows and the appearance of €˜bags’ under the eyes.
Given the importance of the eyes to our appearance, they are often the first thing people notice, any imperfection can be very visible and a cause for concern.
Under eye fillers are a form of dermal filler that addresses the region below the eyes, working to smooth out the skin, add volume and through this reduce the shadows and signs of ageing.
The high quality fillers contain hyaluronic acid, this a substance that occurs naturally in the body and works to create collagen.
As we age, it is collagen and elastin that become diminished, the body stops producing these in so great a quantity. This in turn, impacts skin elasticity and volume, leading to the creation of lines, wrinkles and troughs; those developments that make us look older.
The fillers are injected via tiny needles carefully into the exact location where volume needs to be added.
A non-surgical procedure that is quick to administer and virtually pain free, under eye fillers can have a range of benefits.
The obvious one is that they make you look so much younger and energised.
They remove a very visible sign of ageing and tiredness, a physical imperfection that can be a cause for concern. When we look at our appearance in the mirror, our eyes are prominent, they are prominent to others.
Whereas other signs of ageing might go largely unnoticed, the eyes often won’t.
Treatment can also greatly boost confidence and self esteem. We all like to look our best, we certainly all have concerns about the ageing process.
We want to look ourselves, but a great version of ourselves.
That is what the skilful application of under eye fillers can achieve, it can make any patient happier with how they look. This then impacts upon work, friendships, relationships and all areas of life.
The benefits can also be measured against surgical options.
A full surgical procedure is expensive, invasive and comes with a lengthy period of recovery.
Non surgical options are a treatment with no downtime, you can simply leave Doctor Nyla’s clinic and head into London and enjoy the rest of your day.
As with all treatments, the first part of the process is actually a consultation. Please ensure any clinic you consider offers this step.
Non surgical treatments are under regulated, and many lack the qualifications to administer treatments. By only considering those who are SaveFace registered, or are Doctor-led clinics, you ensure proper medical standards are adhered to.
If an under eye filler treatment is suitable, then the treatment itself would be undertaken at our stunning Harley Street Clinic.
Our clinic is designed to put all clients at ease – we appreciate that coming in for a procedure can lead to some anxiety, especially if this is your first treatment. We make all clients feel at ease from the moment they enter through the doors.
We would apply a numbing cream under the eye, and, once the anaesthetic has taken effect, Doctor Nyla would apply the injections. These are made using the highest quality of fillers using ultra fine needles.
Given the injections are made to the under eye region, it is essential you only entrust those who have expert knowledge of facial anatomy. Fillers are a safe treatment, but that assumes that the person administering them knows what they are doing.
Rather than speak at length about results, it is far better to see them. Please head to our main treatment page for some examples.
The results are natural-looking, yet make a clear difference. People who see you will think you look great, not that you are someone who has had very obvious €˜work done’.
The results last for a good period of time – often up to a year. After this, it is simply a case of having a repeat series of injections.
Unlike with full surgery, there is no lengthy period of recovery.
You can go about the rest of your day as usual, though it is advised to not wear make-up for a few hours, or touch your face.
Strenuous exercise should be avoided for 24 hours, so too extreme heat from saunas, steam rooms and similar.
There may be mild to moderate swelling and some small red marks, these typically mostly gone inside a few days.
One huge benefit of using a doctor-led clinic is that in the unlikely event you have any concerns, you can get immediate advice from a medical professional.
If you are considering treatment please contact Doctor Nyla for an obligation-free consultation.
Call 0207 123 4248 or use our Contact Form.
Dr Nyla is one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the UK – she is trusted by many high-profile clients and her expertise makes her someone that media publications regularly seek an opinion from.
Dr Nyla’s clinic won Top Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK for 2019.
If you would like to arrange a consultation, or simply want further advice please contact us today.
Call us on 0800 009 6661 or use the Contact Form.
Doctor Nyla’s London clinic is located on Harley Street in central London.
Harley Street is so named after a famous resident, Thomas Harley, Lord Mayor of London in 1767. The street then became established as a home of medical excellence from the 19th century.
One famous former resident is Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helped King George VI – and the basis of the film The King’s Speech. He had offices at 146 Harley Street.
Harley Street has also featured prominently in book and film, including Sense and Sensibility and many Agatha Christie novels.