When you look into a person's eyes, you see a story of their life – their emotions and their experience. And while wisdom may be attractive, other signs of aging such as tear troughs, dark eye bags and circles, puffiness and wrinkles are considerably less appealing. These flaws may make you look tired and depleted, even when you are in the best of spirits.

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What are tear troughs?

The tear trough is the small groove beginning in the corner of the eye and extending out towards the cheeks. When these grooves suffer malformation, it can create hollowed look that resembles eye bags or dark circles. Simultaneously, the skin loses fat and elasticity as it ages, and this can further highlight a depression beneath the eyes.

“Ladies and Gents look no further! These gals know what they are doing. I was introduced to Brooke and Victoria through a very good friend of mine. I feel blessed to be a client here.”

Havalah W.

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What causes tear troughs?

For most patients, the natural process of aging is to blame for the less-than-ideal appearance of the eyes. However, some patients who desire tear trough treatment are still in their 20’s and may simply be suffering from a genetic trait. Hormonal shifts, environmental changes and stress can also factor into the development of tear troughs.

How can tear trough injections help Austin patients to regain their confidence and youthfulness?

Tear trough fillers work quickly and non-invasively to soften the appearance of eye grooves, compensating for age-related volume loss and smoothing away unwanted lines and wrinkles. Hyaluronic acid-based fillers help to restore suppleness, hydration and resilience to the entire eye area.

Some of the tear trough filler, volumizers and collagen stimulators we may use include:

Some of the modulators we may use to treat wrinkles, fine lines and crow’s feet may include:

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Who is a good candidate for tear trough treatment?

Patients in Austin who are disturbed by a harsh look in the corner of the eye, relentless dark circles that won’t go away with sleep, or the appearance of depletion and exhaustion in the eyes may all benefit dramatically from non-surgical tear trough treatment at Saving Face. The best way to determine your candidacy is to stop by our office for a private consultation. We can examine your eyes and help to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your most troubling facial flaws.

Is there any downtime for tear trough treatment?

The nice thing about treatments with dermal fillers and tear trough injections is that there is no recuperation period afterwards. You simply return to your normal schedule, whether it be going back to work, returning to school, or taking the rest of day off to enjoy your stunning results. 

With our advanced technique in using blunt-tipped micro cannulas, you will not likely have any bruising—however, the following morning you will experience swelling under and around the eyes. Ice compresses and sleeping propped up can help dramatically reduce swelling. Make sure you ask us about our Post Love anti-inflammatory bruise cream to minimize your downtime.

How much does it cost to receive non-surgical eye rejuvenation?

The cost for tear trough treatment will vary from patient to patient, as the procedure is highly customized. Each filler used has a different price per syringe, so you will receive a personalized quote after completing your initial consultation. Treatment starts at $800 and results will last up to a year.

Why choose Saving Face?

Brooke Nichol at Saving Face was named in the top 100 injectors in the United States, and is a leading authority on tear trough treatment using dermal fillers. She is an ACE trainer for Allergan, the company that makes BOTOX and Kybella. At Saving Face you will receive not only personalized attention from seasoned cosmetic practitioners such as Brooke and Victoria, but also access to cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art equipment in a soothing, stress-free practice environment.

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