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Tear Trough Filler | Under Eye Filler

The Tear Trough is the groove that sits in between your lower eye lid and cheek.  As we age, there is a natural reduction in fatty tissue beneath the lower eyelid and upper cheek region. The skin and muscles of the lower lid gradually lose their elasticity. These changes can eventually lead to the tear trough depression appearing swollen/protruding from the face. When the tissue beneath the eye protrudes outward, it results in the formation of “bags.”

The unevenness of the area can cast shadows, creating the appearance of “dark circles” under the eyes. Regardless of the amount of makeup applied, the face may still convey a tired and unhealthy look. Tear trough rejuvenation or correction using dermal fillers is a popular choice for both men and women seeking a more rested, youthful, and refreshed appearance.

Are you wanting to look more refreshed and youthful?

  • Tear Trough Filler can decreased hollowness underneath the eyes, resulting in a more refreshed and youthful appearance.
  • Tear Trough Filler can reduce the appearance of under eye “dark circles” resulting in an overall more rested and revitalized appearance.
  • Tear Trough Filler can also reduce the appearance of under swelling or “bags” under your eyes.


$ 800 per syringe
  • Typically patients need between 2-3 syringes of filler to treat both Tear Troughs

The Treatment Process

Consultation and Treatment Plan: At the beginning of your appointment, your skilled and experienced provider will provide a consultation. During this consultation, they will discuss any concerns, expectations as well as your medical history. Your provider will assess your Tear Trough area to determine if this is the best approach to address your concerns. 

The Treatment: Dermal filler, often containing hyaluronic acid (HA), will be injected into the Tear Trough area. The injection is usually performed with a fine needle or cannula, depending on the providers technique and the specific product used. The injections will be carried out with precision, aiming to fill and smooth the hollow or depressed areas beneath the eyes. 

Post-Procedure Care:  After your Tear Trough Filler injections, you may experience mild swelling or bruising, but these effects are typically temporary. Your provider will recommend avoiding strenuous activities and certain medications that could increase the risk of bruising. You may also be recommended to take Arnica supplements to help minimize bruising.

Results are often noticeable immediately, but the full effects may take a few days to settle. Follow-up appointments may be scheduled to monitor the results and make any necessary adjustments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tear Troughs refer to the grooves or depressions that run beneath the lower eyelid and extend towards the upper cheek. The Tear Troughs are a natural part of the facial structure and are essential for facial expressions and eye movement.

As we age, there is a tendency for the tear troughs to become more noticeable due to various factors. The natural decrease in fatty tissue, loss of skin elasticity, and changes in muscle tone can contribute to the appearance of hollow or sunken areas under the eyes. This can result in the development of shadows, commonly known as “dark circles,” and may make the face appear tired or aged.

Tear Trough Filler is a cosmetic procedure that involves injecting dermal fillers, often containing hyaluronic acid, into the hollow or depressed areas beneath the eyes to reduce the appearance of dark circles, puffiness, or hollowing.

The filler adds volume to the tear trough area, filling in hollow spaces and smoothing the under-eye region. It can also promote hydration, reduce wrinkles, and stimulate collagen production for improved skin texture.

The injection process usually takes around 45 minutes.

Discomfort is typically minimal. Topical numbing creams or local anesthesia may be applied before the procedure to enhance comfort.

Common side effects may include temporary swelling, bruising, or redness at the injection site. These effects usually resolve within a few days.

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