Undereye Bags and Circles
As we age, the area under the eyes, known as the infraorbital region, can become hollow, dark, and wrinkled. The skin may become thinner and drier than the surrounding skin. Alternatively, this area may become periodically swollen from seasonal allergies. Regardless of the exact cause or concern, a combination of treatments and medications can help.
Botulinum Toxin Injections
Botulinum toxin is an injectable treatment that reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles associated with expression, such as frown lines in the forehead, furrows between the eyebrows, crow's feet around the eyes, and neck creasing. Botulinum toxin injections can also treat excessive sweating in the underarms and teeth clenching.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is an injectable treatment. When injected into the scalp, it can promote hair growth. When injected into the face, it can treat skin hollowing, discoloration, and inflammation. Facial injection areas include the tear troughs to address undereye bags or circles and facial hollows in the temples, cheeks, and mouth corners. PRP can also treat scars, injuries, and stretch marks.