Halos and Asymmetric Triangles: Designing the Eyelids with Volume Using Fillers and/or Fat

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Abstract

Periorbital aging is mainly a product of volume loss, which can be addressed with fillers and/or fat grafting. This stands in contrast to the lower face where a lifting procedure can be the principal method to improve moderate-to-significant aging. New models to explain these concepts of periorbital rejuvenation to both the surgeon and the prospective patient are outlined herein, namely, three facial halos (around the eyes, around the perimeter of the face, and around the mouth) and asymmetric triangles around the eyes. Specific techniques for fillers and fat grafting are also covered separately in detail in this article.

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