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Dermal filler options for around the eyes

Dermal filler options for around the eyes

Dermal fillers is popular for people of all ages as this can increase volume in particular facial areas. This includes the lips, cheeks and jawline. But what are the dermal filler options for around the eyes? And how can this be beneficial? Well, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, we are Preston’s leading aesthetic practitioners. And we provide a range of high quality, effective skin care solutions, including dermal fillers. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about dermal fillers around the eye.

What are the dermal filler options for around the eyes?

There are a number of different ways to use dermal filler to help maintain a youthful appearance, or to change the structure of the face. These can be applied to very specific areas, to change the volume of the face in very localised areas. This is essential for effective dermal fillers around the eye area. And for this particular area, there are two different dermal filler options available. These include:

  • Tear trough or under eye fillers
  • Temple fillers
  • What are tear trough dermal fillers?

Tear trough dermal fillers are a specific type of dermal filler that are injected into the under eye area, or tear trough. This area can be dramatically effected by the ageing process, where the loss of volume and collagen, as well as fat, can lead to hollow areas under the eye. Not only do under eye hollows change the structure of the face, but the lack of skin nutrition here, and the thinness of the skin, will lead to dark circles developing. This creates the appearance of an older complexion. Further ageing will cause the skin to darken even more, and lines and wrinkles can also develop here.

By using dermal fillers in the under eye, or tear trough area, you can experience a number of advantages, including:

  • An increase in volume directly under the eye- dermal fillers are injections of hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring substance found through the human body This is responsible for hydrating the skin, and supporting the collagen to improve skin volume. As a result, dermal fillers can replace volume that has been lost here, while also providing valuable hydration and nourishment to the skin.
  • Natural result- by choosing a professional aesthetic team, like us here at the Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, you can expect a natural result that changes the facial structure in a way that compliments your overall face shape and definition.

What are temple fillers?

Temple fillers are dermal fillers that are injected directly into the temple area of the face. The temples are the part of the face between the eyes and the hairline. As a natural part of the ageing process, a hollowing of this area is to be expected. As collagen and elastin break down in the body, the skin can lose volume, notably so in this area of the face. In addition, soft tissue and bone can also be lost, and facial fat pads can move. As a result, there is a lack of structural support in the temple area, which results in folds, wrinkles and volume loss.

Using dermal fillers here can be very beneficial as this can replace the lost volume, and add structure to the area. A professional aesthetic practitioner, like us here at The Skin and Wellbeing clinic can be make sure that this volume is line with the overall facial structure, and helps to achieve a youthful effect.

For more information or to book a dermal filler treatment, get in touch with the professionals today, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic.

The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic is proud to provide professional aesthetics treatments for clients in Preston, Blackpool, Leyland, Chorley, Kirkham, Blackburn and the North West of England. Our key treatments and services include Anti Wrinkle Injections, Dermal Fillers, Laser Hair Removal, Acne Treatments, Injectable Polynucleotides, and much more.