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what is the best filler to use under the eyes
I'm going to have juvijerm ultra and plus and botox fillers done the lies in the sides of my nose tear trouth and forehead. I have DR BRIAN KLINK FROM VACAVILLE GOING TO DO THIS WORK. With sending the pictures of me can you tell me if I'm doing the right thing and approxament cost of this.


 


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DrMarkEJohnson
Cosmetic surgeon
Kennewick, WA
United States
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  June 2, 2011 2:34 PM

I like to use Radiesse to build the cheek area which will smooth the area under the eye. Radiesse last at least twice as long as Juvederm and I feel it is a better choice and value for the cheeks. If something more is needed for superficial, I would use Prevelle, as always with caution to lay thin linear lines and not depot injection.

these fillers can take years off your face. Once summer is over, I would also consider either peels or a laser treatment to improve the quality of the skin, and you should definitely start using good skin care products, notably with a vitamin A in it, and always use a good sunscreen or preferably a sunblock.

Hope you have found this helpful.
Kind regards,
Mark E Johnson, MD PhD


drgrossman
Plastic surgeon
New York, NY
United States
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  June 2, 2011 3:37 PM

Because you have rather thick skin, almost any filler will work well. You don't need very much, so it should not expensive.
Good luck


docblinski
Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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  June 3, 2011 3:35 AM

Fat grafts or Restylane are my choices!


AlexanderRivkinM.D.
Plastic surgeon
los angeles, CA
United States
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  June 9, 2011 10:17 AM

If you are going to have the tear trough area injected with filler, I would choose Restylane over Juvederm. Having used both fillers in that area extensively, I can tell you that Restylane tends to swell less than Juvederm. In terms of forehead lines, Juvederm is an excellent choice. Cheers.




 



 

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