Tear Trough Correction
Tear trough deformity is a major concern in a lot of individuals seeking periorbital rejuvenation. A prominent tear trough deformity is characterised by a sunken appearance of the eye that results in the casting of a dark shadow over the lower eyelid, giving the patient a fatigued appearance despite adequate rest, and is refractory to attempts at cosmetic concealment.
Dark circles are often a result of tear trough deformity. However, the causes of dark circles can be multifactorial. Changes in skin thickness, laxity, hyperpigmentation and actinic changes also play a role. A thin skin or prominent subcutaneous venous pooling accentuates the periorbital darkening.
Precautions before the treatment:
- Vitamin E, ginkgo biloba, aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) should be avoided at least five days before the treatment to prevent bruising.
- Care should be taken in patients with a history of lower eyelid blepharoplasty without lateral retinacular suspension.
- One should be cautious while injecting around the infraorbital foramen to avoid injury to the neurovascular bundle.
- Careful and gentle moulding of the implant for a more homogeneous distribution of the material is encouraged after injection to obtain an even distribution of the filler in the lateral part of the hollow.
The tear trough treatment at Derma Miracle is hassle-free and will help you get your desired look with no side-effects.