According to www.Restylaneusa.com “Restylane® can be used to add volume and fullness to the skin to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds.” Potential patients might note that the skin below their eyes (tear trough) might be loosening up and creating more wrinkles as well as giving the patient a tired and aged appearance. After a consultation with Dr. Mack, facial fillers might be recommended to temporarily aid in the appearance of a smooth under eye. With hyaluronic acids, Restylane® does the best in the tear trough as it lasts longer and does not tend to spread around.
In Tampa, FL, Dr. Mack has been using the FDA approve dermal filler Restylane®. The implementation of Restylane-L® (lidocaine) has made the experience much more tolerable for the patients. Restylane-L® has lidocaine built into it making it easier on the sensitive injectable areas. According to doctors on www.realself.com, Restylane® is the number one answer when patients ask Board Certified doctors what they use under the eyes. Grant Stevens, MD of Los Angeles, CA replied to a patients question with “In our practice, Restylane® is the only injectable filler that we use in the tear trough area. It has the most natural and consistent result of all the fillers – it is also has a very good safety profile. You want to be sure to go to someone very experienced before getting injections in this region. Restylane® can often last 6-12 months in the tear trough region.” If you are concerned about the appearance of your lower eyelid, but you are not ready for invasive surgery, call Dr. Mack of South Tampa, FL and make a complimentary consultation. William P. Mack, M.D. is one of the leading facial and eyelid cosmetic surgeons in the Tampa Bay area. Stay informed about potential Restylane® discounts and specials by joining the mailing list or following him on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, WordPress, and Flickr.
About William P. Mack, M.D.
William P. Mack, M.D. is a board certified surgeon who specializes in oculoplastic surgery and facial cosmetic surgery.
When eye contact is made, we immediately begin forming our first impression. Judging someone to be tired, sad, angry or pleasant are all based on the appearance of the area around the eyes. “Oculoplastics is a specialized branch of plastic surgery that focuses around the eyes and face,” notes Dr. Mack. “My extensive training in eye and facial plastic surgery allows me to offer the optimal surgical options to achieve your aesthetic goals.”
For more information, visit their website www.mackmd.com or call (813) 875-5437.