Tear Trough Solutions: Dermal Fillers, Laser Treatments, and HIFU

Let’s dive into a common concern we all share – the challenge of dealing with tear troughs. Those stubborn dark circles and under-eye hollows that seem to eternally plague us, leaving us looking fatigued and older.

Treatments like dermal fillers, laser treatments, and HIFU can help reduce the appearance of tear trough. So, you don’t have to worry about it anymore! There are ways to make it less visible. 


Dr Y.B. Choong

Medical Aesthetics Doctor

The Lowdown on Tear Troughs

First things first, let's understand what exactly the tear trough is.

It's a depression that runs from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner, just below your lower eyelid. Unfortunately, for some of us, this area can appear dark and hollow, making us look like we haven't slept in days.

But why does this happen? Well, there are a few factors that can contribute to the appearance of tear troughs. Genetics play a big role - some people are just more prone to developing them. Other common causes include ageing, smoking, and sun exposure.

Treatments for Tear Troughs in Singapore

Now let's get to the good stuff - how to actually treat those tear troughs! There are several options available in Singapore, ranging from non-invasive procedures to surgical solutions.

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Finding the Best Treatment for You

With so many options available in Singapore for tear trough treatment, it can be overwhelming to determine which one is best for you. As an aesthetic clinic, we always advise our patients to consider their individual goals and concerns before deciding on a treatment.

For example, if you have severe tear troughs with significant volume loss, surgical options like lower eyelid blepharoplasty may be more suitable for achieving the desired results.

On the other hand, if you’re looking for a quick and non-invasive solution, dermal fillers or laser treatments may be the way to go.

It’s also important to keep in mind that results may vary from person to person, and multiple sessions may be required to see optimal results. As such, it’s crucial to have realistic expectations and follow our doctor’s post-treatment care instructions for the best outcome.