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Periocular Rejuvenation with Dermal Fillers

  • José Raúl Montes
Chapter

Abstract

This review aims to describe prevailing concepts about periocular rejuvenation with dermal fillers. Both the lower and upper orbit must be considered in all patients. Technical considerations, filler material selection, and safety injection techniques will be discussed and demonstrated for the upper eyelid, eyebrows, temporal fossa, lower eyelid, and midface. Chemical peels as an adjunctive procedure can enhance any treatment outcome around the delicate periocular skin.

Keywords

Dermal fillers Periocular rejuvenation Cosmetic injectables Tear trough deformity Eyelid rejuvenation Midface rejuvenation 

Notes

Acknowledgments

The author acknowledges the editorial assistance of Dr. Camalie Fernández and Elizabeth Santos MPH-A, DrPHc during the preparation of this article.

Supplementary material

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Video 15.1 Assessment of the tear trough. (MP4 13598 kb)
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Video 15.2 Upper eyelid injection and temporal fossa. (MP4 23979 kb)
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Video 15.3 Retro orbicularis oculi fat (ROOF) injection. (MP4 3973 kb)
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Video 15.4 Midface volume restoration. (MP4 79963 kb)
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Video 15.5 Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) periocular peel. (MP4 155393 kb)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of OphthalmologyUniversity of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, José Raúl Montes Eyes & Facial RejuvenationSan JuanUSA

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