The eyes look more tired or ugly if it has dark circles in the surroundings. It affects our overall look, making us look more ugly than usual. Many cosmetic procedures help you to get rid of those under-eye flaws. Under-eye filler (Filler ใต้ตา, which is the term in Thai) is one of those procedures. It is safe as it has no surgical procedure or minimal incision during the treatment. Let us know everything about the treatment in detail.
About Under-Eye Fillers
Under-eye filler is a non-surgical treatment that involves the injection of specialized dermal fillers to improve the appearance of our eyes, making them look beautiful and proportionate.
Improves The Following Under-Eye Concerns
The following are some common issues that can be resolved with this treatment.
· Dark Circles
There are various reasons why our face forms dark circles. One reason is increasing age, and another is lack of sleep.
· Tear Troughs
It is a depression that runs between the lower eyelid and the cheeks. This area can become hollow with age, leading to a sunken or tired appearance.
· Under-Eye Hollows
Hollows or sunken areas under the eyes can create a shadow effect, making the eyes look tired and aged.
· Fine Lines And Wrinkles
The skin under the eyes is prone to fine lines and wrinkles due to constant movement and reduced collagen production.
Benefits Of Under-Eye Fillers
With the under-eye filler, you will experience reduced dark circles. It gives a plumping effect to our skin. You will get a new skin texture after taking the treatment from an experienced doctor. Unlike surgical procedures, under-eye filler treatments require little to no downtime, allowing individuals to resume their daily activities shortly after the procedure.
The process of getting under-eye fillers involves the following steps:
The primary step of this procedure involves consultation. The doctor will first understand your skin profoundly and will help you learn the procedure. Then before the injection, the doctor will clean the area under the eyes and numb using a topical anaesthetic to minimize discomfort. Then he carefully injects the filler injection in the targeted areas using a fine needle or cannula, depending on the particular doctor’s technique. After the procedure, the practitioner may gently touch the area to ensure the even distribution of the filler. Ensure you have the follow-up appointment that may be scheduled to assess the results and make any necessary adjustments. Ensure that you follow all the instructions given by the practitioner.