Under Eye Treatment

Loose or saggy skin, dark circles, lines and wrinkles, dehydrated, sunken or hollow areas under the eye area! Whichever your eye concern, The Laser and Skin Clinic has a wide range of advanced treatments to choose from.

Available Treatment Options for Under Eye Concerns

Frequently Asked Questions

Hollows at the upper cheek or under-eye area can be temporarily improved with Belotero – a Hyaluronic acid filler, which gives a soft, natural correction to facial hollows. Effects typically last approximately 6-12 months after the first treatment.

The tear troughs are a common problem area and there are multiple options for improvement. Belotero dermal filler can be used to fill the tear trough, followed by either laser rejuvenation or skin tightening to smooth and tighten the skin and reduce the unwanted wrinkles in the lower eyelid.

The problem is that the eye area is very unforgiving. For this reason, the person administering the filler should be very experienced. Fillers here should be placed deep near the bone. Care also needs to be taken not to inject any of the vessels which can cause bruising.

Often, using fillers in the cheek will improve the area under the eye substantially. Radiesse or Hyaluronic Acid fillers are frequently used for this area.

Anytime you get an injection procedure there is a risk of bruising (even when it has not occurred in the past). In the first few hours after injection, continue to apply an ice pack. If bruising occurs it will subside in a few days – you can conceal with make-up.

Sometimes bruising can be associated from an injection if a small blood vessel has been nicked from the needle. There are thousands of tiny vessels that are not seen with the visible eye when injections are given so it can happen on occasion.

As we age the delicate skin under the eye becomes lax and the cheek fat descends into the middle of the face leaving semi-circular creases and depressions known as tear troughs. These depressions make the eyes look ‘sunken’ and produce the illusion of darkening around the eyes resulting in ‘dark circles’ or ‘tired eyes’.

Dermal fillers can also assist dark circles by improving shadows caused hollowness. It is not possible to fully remove dark circles under the eyes, however there are techniques available that can reduce the appearance of them.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and laser treatments can also reduce the look of dark circles by promoting collagen production and increasing the thickness and vitality of the under-eye area skin. See Platelet Rich Plasma for more information.

RioBlush Carboxytherapy is also a treatment of choice for the reduction of dark circles. See RioBlush Carboxytherapy for more information.

Under Eye Treatment Video

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