The outline is a very fragile area and one of the first to show effects linked to aging. The hollow eye is the translation of a lack of fat around the eye. This has the effect of widening the upper eyelid, most often, but also the lower eyelid.
If the pockets of fat give a tired look, the hollow eye can lead to look sick.
The conservation of the harmony of the frame of the gaze is very important, so instead of acting in isolation on the lower eyelids, on the dark circles or on the cheekbones, it is better to intervene on the contiguity and the anatomical entanglement of these three regions, logically lead to treating them during the same intervention, if there is an indication and a request from the patient of course.
Lipofilling consists of injecting your own fat in order to gently fill the hollow so as not to have an "over-corrected" appearance. This technique is well suited for people who do not want to use an injectable product or who want a very natural result.
Filling the dark circle requires little fat volume, it is also possible to remodel the entire face (fill in wrinkles, add volume to the temples, correct cheekbones, an oval of the face, etc.).
A first consultation in the office will allow to talk about it and to consider a treatment