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People who can think of filling tear troughs usually have higher expectations for themselves and for the course of treatment. First of all, unlike the chin, the skin under the eyes is the most fragile, thinnest and delicate skin in the entire face, when "squeezing" the filler, you will find that the fat and skin that can cover it are very limited, and secondly, if filled with hyaluronic acid, its main ingredient, hyaluronic acid has a very high hydrophilicity and will absorb a lot of water. So even if you only inject a little bit of hyaluronic acid at the tear trough, it will still look larger than the amount actually injected. So some people just finished the injection and the effect is very good, but after a few weeks they find that the swelling is obvious, like roasting souffle. This area is very prone to bruising and swelling, especially where filling with needle injections so during the filling of tear troughs, doctors are definitely more accustomed to a little bruising and swelling than you, so choose a professional doctor.
At the very least, confirm whether your tear trough is true or false.
Let's take a look at the definition:
True tear troughs, which are skin adhering to underlying muscles and bones, are a genetic, so they are obvious in adolescence and have nothing to do with aging.
Pseudo-tear troughs are sunken under the eye caused by collagen loss and sagging in the middle of the cheeks, which is associated with aging or rapid weight loss, usually facial fat thinning with age and moving down to expose the orbital margin.
The filling of true and false tear troughs is completely different, so the first thing doctors need to know when filling them is the truth or falsity of the tear troughs.
So how to distinguish between true and false tear troughs?
Find a mirror and gently press your index finger against the flesh of your cheeks near the tip of your nose (where there is fat), or gently pull the skin next to the corner of your eye upwards outward. At this time, if you can't see your tear trough, it means that your tear trough is false; If it is still visible, it is true.
Or control the amount!
When filling the tear trough, the amount used can always be less, and it does not need to be too sufficient, so that the effect will be more natural. After all, the tear trough is too full in itself to be very contrary, and normal people will be a little concave.