9 october 2018
Injecting the Infraorbital Area
Dr Tom van Eijk provides his protocol for the treatment of infraorbital hollowness by injecting hyaluronic acid.
Since the skin in the infraorbital area is very thin, anything that distorts this structure is visible. One night of not sleeping or even five minutes of crying can have a striking effect under the eyes. Some people show their age and tiredness more than others, leading to concerned remarks by peers regarding their wellbeing, thus influencing them to seek aesthetic treatment.
One of the most popular non-surgical treatments is the injection of hyaluronic acid (HA) in the lower eyelid region to reduce the depth of the tear trough, in order to freshen up the patient’s appearance.
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