EyesWhether or not you’re getting a full eight hours of sleep each night, you likely prefer to appear well rested. If you’re bothered by under eye hollows and dark circles, there are many non-surgical treatments available to help refresh your eyes. Our experienced facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Eugenie Brunner, offers an array of minimally invasive options to help you achieve the look you desire regardless of your sleeping habits.

Two of the most popular and effective dermal fillers for under eye treatment are Restylane® and Belotero Balance®. They are both comprised of hyaluronic acid, a substance that naturally occurs in the skin. Restylane® can be used in the tear troughs to plump the skin, creating a fuller, more youthful look. Belotero Balance® also can be administered in the same location. These fillers can be used across the entire under eye area to fill the hollows and give a softer, smoother, and brighter appearance. Restylane® and Belotero Balance® can often last a year under the eyes and potentially much longer. The right approach for you will depend on many factors, and Dr. Brunner may recommend one or both techniques to optimize your results.

Double Board Certified: Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery & Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

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