Eye Rejuvenation with Botox and Dermal Fillers
Tired of Looking tired? Dominique from Well Medical Arts teaches us about how she uses Botox and Dermal Fillers for eye rejuvenation. Learn more are at http://wellmedicalarts.com/ or call us at 206-935-5689 to schedule your consultation.
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Eye Rejuvenation VIDEO TRANSCRIPT
hey it’s Dominique well from well
medical arts and today I’m going to
teach you about eye rejuvenation one of
the first things that we do for crow’s
feet and then the tiny fine lines
underneath the eye is Botox
we know Botox is a muscle relaxer the
muscle around the eye is a circle and as
we’re aging it’s wanting to shrink down
and press down and make the crow’s feet
when we go in this point will give a
little bit of a lateral brow lift and
these points will open up the eye
Allergan the makers of Botox recommends
24 units that’s what I usually start
with it’s 12 and 12 so 4 4 4 that will
open the nice behind nicely
the other point that I you like to use
the Botox for is the smaller circle of a
muscle that goes around and that is for
this little tiny point right underneath
the lash right underneath the pupil will
only use about 2 to 3 units and that
will soften up the little tiny lines
underneath the eye really valuable point
women usually cringe when I’m telling
them about it I just think don’t worry I
don’t do it on a first date I’ll wait to
get to know you a little bit then I’ll
get those little guys that you want so
badly done under your eye next thing I
like to do is assess the people who have
what’s volume loss under the eye that
area is called the tear trough and I go
in and I fill that so usually people
call it dark circles it’s a concavity
it’s casting a shadow so we go in and we
fill that I could do a whole video just
on this particular technique that I’ve
developed to fill the tear trough people
love it it works wonders and then lastly
I like to use a hyaluronic acid serum
around the eyes
I love the skinsuit achls h/a
intensifier using a good haul uronic
acid around the eye is going to make
your neuromodulator your Botox work
better and it’s also going to keep all
the tissue or in
the eye nice and hydrated its
hydrophilic water living it draws water
and in clumps so it keeps that eye
tissue looking nice and doing keep up on
the Botox every three months and then if
it’s needed to fill it we plan a day to
fill it and then keep using your serums
those combination of things will keep
your eyes looking nice and rejuvenated