Tear troughs are a complex and difficult area to treat. Initially I was going to answer about how we treat the tear trough with dermal filler in the tear trough and cheek but then I re-read your question and you mention tear trough lines. The photo above shows a patient with lines under the eyes which is the area that I think you are eluding to. Anti-wrinkle treatment and dermal filler will not reduce these lines. This patient’s problem is one of loose skin and she may be more suited to surgical treatment rather than injectables. Some patients try laser treatments such as C02 or Fraxel to reduce these lines but, again, I feel that these results are modest. I’m sorry that this is a frustrating answer but it may be a problem that we can’t fix for you and you may have to accept the lines under the eyes.
What is a tear trough and how do we treat this area?
If you have a true tear trough, as shown in the photo below, you can treat this area with dermal filler to reduce the depth of the trough. We often treat the mid-cheek and tear trough at the same time to reduce the hollows under the eyes and you may need 2ml of dermal filler to treat this area. Have a read of our cost page for an idea of how much we charge per vial.