Tear-trough Filler

Tear Trough Filler

Do you get mistaken for being ‘tired’ or ‘sad’ even when you may feel quite the opposite? In the past, the only option to rejuvenate tired looking eyes – especially lower eyelid bags – was invasive surgery. Now, with fillers we are able to achieve effective under eye rejuvenation by means of a relatively quick and simple procedure.

geing is a complex process and recent research has shown that it is primarily related to the loss of volume beneath the skin. The bone below the eye shrinks with age. When this happens, the fat pad beneath the eye is able to bulge forward creating the appearance of an eye bag and dark shadows under the eyes. Because of this evolution in our understanding of why the under eye ages, our treatment of the problem has also evolved – moving away from radical surgery to cut away the ‘excess’ towards much more conservative volume restoration under the eye area. The treatment works by applying filler deep with a cannula, providing volume and lifting.  The restoration of volume  restores some of the lost support to the lower eyelid and can improve the contour of the eyelid. At the time of treatment it is necessary to under correct slightly in anticipation that the filler will expand a little following treatment, so it can take up to a couple of weeks to get see the final result.

This treatment does have limitations, and is not appropriate in all cases. Severe skin laxity, swelling and eye bags may be a contraindication. 


A tear trough filler procedure involves injecting dermal fillers into the under-eye area to reduce the appearance of hollows, dark circles, and bags.

Tear trough fillers work by adding volume and hydration to the under-eye area, reducing the appearance of shadows and hollows. They can also stimulate collagen production for long-lasting results.

Discomfort during the procedure is minimal due to the use of topical numbing creams and/or local anesthesia.

Not at all, we use a highly skilled technique using a blunt tip cannula for this treatment; therefore, her patients do not bruise after having this treatment done.

The procedure typically takes around 15-30 minutes, including preparation.

Possible side effects include temporary swelling, bruising, redness, and, rarely, infection. These usually subside within days to a week.

Results can last from 6 to 12 months, but individual variations and the type of filler used can affect duration.

There may be some swelling and bruising initially, but most patients can resume normal activities within a few days.

You can typically wear makeup after a few hours, but your provider will give specific instructions.

Yes, you can combine tear trough fillers with other cosmetic procedures like Botox or additional fillers for a more comprehensive rejuvenation.

Some immediate improvement is usually noticeable, but final results may take a few days to settle.

The team at Soprano Ice Edinburgh pride themselves on providing the highest standard of customer care and always listening to client needs and expectations.

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