Tear Trough Rejuvenation

The tear trough deformity is most commonly found in older individuals, is a sign of more advanced facial aging and is seen as a depression running beneath the cheek bone or Zygoma out toward the side of the face.

The key event in the production of the tear trough deformity is the sagging or downward displacement of the cheek into the lower portion of the face, a condition referred to as the herniation of the cheek fat pad. Tear Trough Rejuvenation refers to the restoration of the skin under eyes to decrease the appearance of dark bags that gives a depressed and tired look.

The recommended treatments depend on various factors (social downtime, urgency to address concerns and budget) and will be discussed during consultation.