We at Harmon Facial Plastic Surgery are excited to announce that we are now offering Restylane® Eyelight™ hyaluronic acid filler at our practice! This Galderma product is FDA-approved for the tear troughs in patients with deep undereye hollows. Read an earlier blog post, Tear Trough Filler: An Explainer, for more information. Contact our office in Cincinnati, OH and schedule a consultation to determine whether you are a candidate for Restylane® Eyelight™!
Now Offering FDA-Approved Restylane® Eyelight™ Hyaluronic Acid Filler for Undereye Hollows
Dr. Jeffrey Harmon
Restylane® Eyelight™ Has a Long Record of Safety and Effectiveness
Restylane® Eyelight™ is effectively Restylane-L, one of Galderma’s earliest hyaluronic acid filler products. As a result, it has a long record of safety and effectiveness in the face and has been widely used FDA off-label in the tear troughs for many years prior to the recent approval by the FDA.
Restylane® Eyelight™ is Effectively Restylane-L in a More Economical Form
Restylane® Eyelight™ is effectively Restylane-L in a smaller vial. It is common for patients to require less than the 1 ml that is provided in a vial of Restylane-L. As a result, an effective treatment for undereye hollows is now available in a more economical form.
Trust Your Face to a Facial Plastic Surgeon
It is important to seek a fellowship-trained specialist in plastic surgery of the face and neck when you have concerns about your face or neck.
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This blog post is for educational purposes only and does not constitute direct medical advice. It is essential that you have a consultation with a qualified medical provider prior to considering any treatment. This will allow you the opportunity to discuss any potential benefits, risks, and alternatives to the treatment.