Advanced non-surgical facial aesthetics expert
‘‘Confidence, wear it like make up!’’
One of the most common complaints presented to Dr Linea, is patients feeling self-conscious regarding their ‘tired-looking eyes’ or ‘dark circles’. Many patients are unaware that this problem that can be treated and resolved with great results. Dr Linea has helped many with this particular problem and can see how this can affect a patient’s confidence and well-being.
Dermal filler in the under eye area will help disguise hollows under the eyes, dark eye circles and eye bags. It can make face look fresher and get rid of the tired appearance. We perform the tear trough dermal fillers treatment at our Ipswich, Norwich, & Bury St Edmunds clinics.
Tear trough filler treatment is performed with a blunt cannula like a keyhole technique, a proven safer method of performing this treatment with minimal trauma, less downtime and without the risks of damaging fragile anatomical structures in this very vascular, high risk area.
Dr Linea has a variety of high quality dermal filler brands which provide the appropriate product to address this area .
It is a very advanced procedure, Dr Linea has treated many patients over the years successfully with amazing results.
Often a combination of Tear trough filler and cheek filler or another session of tear trough filler maybe required to achieve the desired results as the cheek provide a good foundation and stability for the tear troughs.
Consultation is essential, as with all facial procedures for Dr Linea to assess and appropriately formulate a treatment plan.
Click the book consultation below so we can start your tear through dermal fillers treatment at our Ipswich, Norwich, or Bury St Edmunds clinic.
Tear troughs FAQ
“Will I have a black eye after the treatment?”
Dr Linea uses a minimally invasive, single entry point with a blunt micro cannula which minimises any risk of bruising. Any individual concerns regarding bruising can be discussed during consultation.
“How often will I need to have tear trough treatment?”
The initial tear trough, on average lasts for six months, regular treatment after this can last up to twelve months.
Results may vary from person to person