Dark Circles Under Eyes
Case Study 1
This 48 year old female patient did not like the tired look and was looking for treatment for dark circles under the eyes. She was injected with dermal fillers in the tear troughs to treat her eye bags and also in the cheek area for tear trough dark circles and cheek volume loss. She also received anti wrinkle treatment for saggy eyebrows. The after photos were taken 2 weeks following the treatment.
Dermal Fillers can be injected into this area as usually dark circles under the eyes are associated with hollowness. When this area is filled, the light is reflected differently and the area appears less dark and less hollow. The individual then appears less tired and looks younger. The dermal filler injection procedure is performed by our doctor. If the skin is thin and wrinkled, a small amount of antiwrinkle treatment may be used. If you like the outcomes above, you may want to watch the following series of videos that explain a lot more detail about our products, treatments and doctor.
Video 1 Our patient describes her expectations
Video 2 The consultation between Doctor-Patient
Video 3 Treatment of Dark Circles under the Eyes
For simplicity, we have omitted videos of other treatments received by this patient.
Video 4 Discussion of After-care following treatment
Video 5 Doctor’s view on our products of choice
Case Study 2
The following video shows Dr Singh injecting dermal fillers under the eyes for another patient.
This condition can be improved upon by a good quality eye cream that will improve the pigmentation in this area. At Nitai Medical & Cosmetic Centre, we stock eye creams which will be prescribed by our doctor. It is also important to wear regular sunscreen to protect the area.
If the patient suffers from “eye bags”, then it is possible to fill the area under the eyes with dermal filler to diffuse the area and make the bags less prominent. If the condition is very severe, surgery may be recommended. This is called blepharoplasty. Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that is used to remove excess loose skin from the eyelid area and possibly removing or repositioning excessive fat tissue.
Dark circles under eyes can be caused by genetic factors, poor skin care, tiredness, poor lifestyle, advancing age, poor health and severe weight loss. There are a number of treatment options that may be used singularly or in combination depending upon the nature and severity of the condition. A trained and experienced cosmetic physician like our doctor can advise what treatment options is likely to work in individual cases.