Even younger people get a glimpse into the effect that a puffy, sagging, or dark undereye area can have on their entire face, particularly when they don’t manage to get enough sleep. With the loss of collagen and the effect of gravity that take place on the skin in older people, the effects can be even more pronounced. Our professional team at our Sarasota, FL, medical spa can provide undereye treatments to get rid of those baggy eyes or dark circles.

What is undereye treatment?

Undereye treatment is a cosmetic facial treatment that focuses on the areas of the face beneath both eyes and attempts to remedy issues such as volume loss, resulting in sunken eyes, dark circles, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Proper treatment can give a patient a more energetic, lively look.

How does undereye treatment improve appearance?

Blemishes like bags or dark rings under the eyes can really take a toll on a person’s self-conscience, even for younger individuals. Once undereye treatment helps sort out the problems that were present, there are many benefits that potential patients can gain. These include the following:

  • More natural-looking undereye areas
  • Less prominent dark circles
  • More alert, lively appearance
  • Minimizes the appearance of bags underneath the eyes

Which injectables can be used for undereye treatment?

Similar to most other facial cosmetic treatments that involve injectables, there are multiple options that can be used. The choice is typically determined following facial assessment and private consultation. 

Contact our cosmetic team to learn all your options.

What is the procedure for undereye treatment?

A patient will require a private consultation with a doctor on our medical team before undereye treatment can proceed. This consultation provides an opportunity for the client’s medical history to be taken, as well as for a facial assessment to be done and a plan of treatment to be formulated. Once this is complete, the patient will be able to receive their undereye treatment.

The process for undereye treatment itself takes a few minutes – no more than 20 minutes in most cases. The procedure starts with the doctor applying a numbing cream to anesthetize the areas for injection. Once the sensation in that region is gone, the filler will be administered appropriately underneath each eye and then smoothed so it is even.


What to expect after undereye treatment?

Undereye treatment does not require significant downtime whatsoever. You may be given an ice pack to reduce any inflammation immediately after the procedure. Besides that, there is no aftercare and a patient can resume their daily activities on the same day.

Clients may notice minor symptoms such as tenderness, swelling, and bruising, after the treatment, but those are symptoms that will resolve in a few days. The symptoms will be seen from the start but will continue to improve as time goes on. Treatment with most dermal fillers can last about a year before maintenance is required.


Should I get undereye treatment?

Dark circles or sunken eyes are not a good look for most people. Many people opt for treatments like our undereye treatment to restore a sharp, younger face. Although many worry about injectables so close to the eyeball, our Sarasota, FL medical team is highly trained and can perform the task without struggle.

For women with dark circles, sunken eyes, or bags under their eyes, this treatment is likely to be a perfect fit. Contacting our office is the best way to find out, however, as our expert staff can answer any of your questions.

How can I learn more about undereye treatment?

Our team has trained extensively and has ample experience with undereye treatment. We can answer any questions or concerns that you may have regarding the procedure. You may find this page to be another valuable source of information on the procedure.

Located in Sarasota, FL, you can contact us to learn more about this procedure and schedule a consultation with an expert.

The face is the mirror of the mind, and eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart.

St. Jerome