I had Restylane for my under eye hollows in Aug & unhappy with the result. Should I get it corrected by adding some more?

7K0A0075Question from Jacksonville, FL: This is just a follow-up from my previous post..I think that the Restylane wasn’t injected in the right dermal plane and made the hollows worse. I regret getting it done as I only have minor under eye hollows to begin with..Going back to my ps is not an option at the moment, due to financial restraints and distance – he’s in CA and I’m in FL. I am hoping someone here could recommend a ps close to North FL who is familiar with cases like mine. Thank you!

 Answer from Dr. Dean Kane, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon from Baltimore:

Injectibles under the eyes for hollows and wrinkles are very challenging and require a very skilled injector! Your injector must understand the anatomy of the eyelid and cheek, the pros and cons of the different injectibles, evaluate your unique variations and have the skill level to try to achieve your desires. ​ Consider:
  • ​Skin tightening with ZO Obagi Skin Health and Peels
  • ​Laser and Light therapies
  • ​Deep fillers along the bone
  • ​Sculptra
  • ​Surgery
  • ​There are too many options and considerations to offer you without a proper exam.
​ Word of mouth followed by responsible social media like RealSelf should direct you to a well experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or other expert injector to help you. ​ I wish you the best! Dr. Dean Kane Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medspa www.DrDeanKane.com 410-602-3322 DeanKane@DrDeanKane.com
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