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How long do under eye fillers last?

How long do under eye fillers last?

Hyaluronic acid fillers typically last anywhere from 9 months to 1 year. Calcium hydroxylapatite typically lasts from 12 to 18 months. Poly-L-lactic acid can last as long as 2 years. A fat transfer may last as long as 3 years.

How long after under eye fillers do you see results?

Fortunately, dermal fillers work very quickly, and you won’t have to wait twelve months to see the full benefits of your injections. That said, these injectable treatments take some time to integrate into your tissues, and it’s normal for your dermal filler to take up to two weeks to fully settle into your face.

What can I expect after under eye fillers?

Some people experience mild bruising for the first one to two days after the procedure. In rare cases, bruising may last up to ten days. To reduce your risk of bruising, it’s recommended you avoid blood-thinning medications or alcohol in the days leading up to your procedure.

Are eye fillers worth?

Dr. Maiman says that under-eye fillers are great if you need to fill up lost volume—meaning you have noticeable tear troughs and physical hollows beneath your eyes—but they aren’t necessarily an instant fix for all dark circles. “Filler won’t help pigmentation.

Is under eye filler painful?

The pain of an under-eye filler is usually manageable and lasts for only a few minutes. You’ll feel pressure around the eye area which can be unsettling, but the pain itself is minimal.

Are Under eye fillers noticeable?

The results of an under eye filler treatment are noticeable right after the procedure. In some cases there can be side effects such as redness, swelling and bruising which make the results less apparent. However, there’s no need to worry, as the side effects usually subside in approximately 3-5 days.

Can under eye filler make you look worse?

Sometimes, too much facial filler product may have been placed in the lower eyelid hollows, creating an overfill effect that can make the area look extra puffy. The Tyndall effect can occur in some patients who have had hyaluronic acid facial fillers injected into an area.

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