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What Is Tear Trough Dermal Filler? Before & After

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If tiredness and dark circles are the one thing getting in the way of your self-confidence, there are things that can be done to help. So, if you’re wondering what tear trough dermal filler is, and whether it could help you, this might help.

Tear Trough Dermal Fillers

Your tear trough is the deep crease between the lower lid and upper cheek that some people have. Some people feel that this tear trough makes them look tired or older, due to the appearance of a dark shadow. Not everybody has the feature and it is more prominent in certain individuals, either due to genetics or ageing.

The reduction of a tear trough is not easy, but it is possible with dermal fillers, when carried out by trained individuals. Seeing a before and after tear trough dermal filler may give you better understanding of the procedure. It can be one of the most technically difficult areas to treat, hence the reason eye fillers should only be performed by an advanced medically trained professional. You can feel very comfortable putting your trust in us here at Jane Wilson Aesthetics.

What Should you Know?

There are a couple of points to be aware of when it comes to tear trough dermal fillers.

Not all patients will be suitable, and a full resolution is rarely possible.

However, when done correctly this treatment can be highly effective at reducing the appearance of tiredness and dark circles.

Consultation is required before booking of this procedure. Virtual calls can be arranged via our booking line.

We never suggest treatments without full consultations to assess likely results and fully explain the procedures, as well as assessing the patient’s suitability. The best way to start your skincare journey is to get in touch!

Ready to improve your skin? Book your complimentary skin consultation via phone call or video call by calling 01244308000 or email enquiries@jwaesthetics.com for more information.

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