Tear troughs are a common concern which is linked to our natural aging process resulting in loss of volume under the eyes. This area is characterized with hollowness under the eye with most patients expressing they have a constant fatigued or tired appearance.
A simple procedure is carried by your injecting practitioner using dermal fillers to add volume to these areas to awaken and brighten the eyes.
Am I suitable for tear trough fillers?
During an in-depth consultation your injecting practitioner will thoroughly assess the area and determine if tear trough fillers are suitable for you. This is a highly advanced area to inject with many factors to take into consideration prior to treatment and should only be attempted by an injector with advanced anatomical knowledge and years of experience.
Your skilled injecting practitioner will be able to determine on the day of your consultation if this treatment will be successful for your concerns.
What's involved with a tear trough treatment?
A skilled injecting practitioner can carry out tear trough fillers safely in the delicate under eye area, this is an area which requires extensive knowledge and experience. Appropriate product choice is determined and injected using a fine needle to the area of concern, this as a result will leave the area smooth and supported.
Most clients report that tear trough filler is actually very well tolerated due to our inbuilt anaesthetic within the product combined with topical ice. Minimal bruising and swelling is to be expected which resolves within 5 days post treatment and can be covered using mineral concealer.
Tear trough filler treatment is complemented with cheek augmentation to awaken the eyes adding volume, structure and definition.
How much does a tear trough treatment cost?
Treatment costs vary from patient to patient. When determining cost we calculate dosage per mls and selected product used. Dosage is estimated through factors such as desired outcome, extent of volume loss and even longevity of the effects.
All considerations and estimates are communicated prior to treatment within consultation. On an average basis this treatment can vary from $650-$750 for 1ml and packaged $1100-$1200 for 2ml.