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Tear trough hollowing or sunken under-eyes is a common concern that becomes more noticeable as we age. This occurs at the junction where two facial muscles meet, and it is often accentuated by the protrusion of the fat pad beneath the eye. As a result, a shadow forms under the eye, creating the appearance of hollowing.

Strategically using dermal fillers is an effective way to address tear trough hollowing and reduce the appearance of sunken under-eyes. By injecting filler into the area, volume can be restored, smoothing out the transition between the lower eyelid and the cheek and diminishing the appearance of the hollowing.

Tear trough hollowing can be influenced by multiple factors, including age-related volume loss, genetics, and even lifestyle factors like sleep habits and hydration levels. A thorough consultation and treatment plan is paramount with this type of procedure.

What are the benefits of tear trough or under eye filler?

Treating the under-eye area with dermal fillers offers a non-surgical and minimally invasive option for addressing various concerns, such as under-eye hollowing, dark circles, and fine lines. Unlike surgical procedures, dermal fillers provide temporary outcomes, allowing patients the flexibility to modify or maintain their results in future sessions.

We can also increase the projection of the tip of the nose and create a more defined nasal tip.

Frequently Asked Questions


A topical numbing cream may be applied to the area to help reduce sensitivity. Most dermal fillers contain a local anaesthetic, which helps to numb the area and minimise pain during the injection.


Under-eye filler is strategically placed just above the bone to ensure it sits deep beneath the skin, avoiding a puffy or overfilled appearance. This precise placement helps achieve natural-looking results, as the filler integrates seamlessly with the surrounding tissue.


The duration of tear tough filler results can vary from person to person and depends on several factors. On average, under eye filler typically last between six to 18 months before the effects gradually diminish.


Yes, in some cases, if a patient is not satisfied with their under eye filler treatment results or there is a complication, the filler can be dissolved using an enzyme called hyaluronidase. This allows for the modification or reversal of the treatment.

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