38th line injection, tear groove elderly fossa nasolabial injection

The tear groove is a concave groove that appears from the inner corner of the eye to the nasal side of the lower eyelid. It is caused by the shrinkage and sagging of the soft tissue at the lower edge of the orbital diaphragm. Some people can even extend to the cheeks. The contrast between the depression of the tear groove and the surrounding skin makes the lower eyelid tissue look bloated and protruding, which is easy to be considered as an eye bag, but in fact it is just the illusion that the tear groove becomes deeper.

The tear grooves are generally congenital, and people with thinner eye skin are often more noticeable than the average person. However, the tear groove is usually not obvious when you are young. This is because young people have more subcutaneous fat and tighter skin, so they only have a vague outline. However, with age, the subcutaneous fat is shrinking, the skin will thin and sag due to reduced elasticity, the tear groove on the inside of the lower eyelid will become obvious, and the “eye bags” will appear.

The main types of tears

For those with lacrimal ligaments that are not very strong and have no bags under their eyes, but only have sunken skin, they only need to do less hyaluronic acid injection. The hyaluronic acid can be injected into the lacrimal groove, which can be merged with the original hyaluronic acid in the lacrimal groove. The swell will swell and flatten.

  1. Mild tear groove:

If the tear groove is depressed because the tear groove ligament is relatively strong, and even a little eye bag problem has occurred, it is recommended to treat the eye bag and relax the tear groove ligament first. While relaxing the lacrimal ligament, fill the lacrimal sulcus with the translocation of eye bags.

  1. Moderate tears:

If the tear groove is depressed because the tear groove ligament is relatively strong, and even a little eye bag problem has occurred, it is recommended to treat the eye bag and relax the tear groove ligament first. While relaxing the lacrimal ligament, fill the lacrimal sulcus with the translocation of eye bags.

  1. Severe tears

This is not only a problem of obvious tear groove depression, but also accompanied by severe eye bags, loose skin, and obvious fat loss. It is often difficult to solve the problem only by removing the eye bags and filling the tear groove. At this time, comprehensive treatment is needed, and facial lifting items need to be combined.

In general, the method of removing tears is basically injection filling

Method 1: Hyaluronic acid fills the tear groove

The tear groove is concave. The best way to smooth the tear groove is to fill it. The tear groove is usually filled with hyaluronic acid. The hyaluronic acid is directly filled into the concave part by injection. The operation time is short, the recovery is fast, the effect is immediate, and even Play the role of moisturizing.

principle:

Injecting hyaluronic acid into the tear grooves as a filler will swell the skin, smooth the collapsed skin, and make the eyes look fuller and more energetic. Hyaluronic acid has a variety of molecular weights to choose from. In order to achieve the ideal cosmetic effect, professional doctors will choose different molecular sizes of hyaluronic acid and different skin depths to apply.

Advantages: The advantage of injecting hyaluronic acid to fill the tear groove is that the injection time is short, generally only takes half an hour to complete, and the recovery after surgery is fast, without any side effects, and the effect is natural and beautiful. Whether it is tear grooves, tear groove type dark circles, or vascular dark circles, you can use hyaluronic acid to fill, and some people inject hyaluronic acid in order to make the apple muscles under the orbit look full.

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