What fills in the hollow under the eyes, do implants work there?

Eye / Inferior orbital rim Implants can fill in the hollows under the eyes. Volume loss in the cheek and under the eye along the inferior orbital rim can lead to the hollowing under the eye that makes the bags under the eyes stand out.  There are many ways to fill in that hollow. You can use fillers, fat injections, the YoungVolumizer, Implant (Dr Young Seattle Washington), and you can sometimes reposition the fat over the rim.  Taking out the lower eyelid fat reduces the baggy appearance but doesn’t correct the original reason why there is a hollow there in the first place which is due to volume loss. Here is a video on a live facial fat injection (by Dr Young of Bellevue, Washington) on youtube.


Thanks for reading, Dr Young

Dr Young specializes in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is located in Bellevue near Seattle, Washington

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