Tear Trough Filler

With ageing we experience a loss of skin elasticity and volume in the tear trough area. Meyer Clinic advocates a combination of treatments to solve the problem.

Small, perfectly placed dermal filler, injected with a cannula, is one of the options to treat tear trough volume loss. This can help correct any hollowness under the eyes and help restore a more youthful appearance. This treatment is best done with a conservative approach to avoid an overfilled look.

Combining Dermal Filler treatment with Polynucleotides, natural compounds in DNA and RNA that offer a breakthrough in skin rejuvenation and Exosomes which contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and metabolites and support intercellular communication, supports using less dermal filler and achieving a more natural result.

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Dermal Filler

Dermal fillers are an injectable made from hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in the body and that helps to hydrate the skin and add volume.

As we age, our natural stores of hyaluronic acid and collagen begin to deplete. Our faces become more prone to a loss of volume, particularly around the cheeks, eyes, mouth and jaw line that can lead to deep, static wrinkles.


Polynucleotides are part of our regenerative medicine offering at Meyer Clinic, they form the building blocks for all cellular processes, were originally developed for wound care and have since been developed for use in aesthetic care. They have a potent biostimulator function acting as powerful antioxidants, they can reduce inflammation, reduce hyperpigmentation, improve healing, stimulate collagen 1 and 3 formation, improve micro-circulation, and increase elastin. They can also be used in difficult to treat areas of skin such as under the eyes and top lip.


Exosome Therapy forms part of Meyer Clinic regenerative medicine approach and allows us to support treatment in clinic with a homecare regime.

Exosomes are minuscule particles that are naturally released from cells and contain a mixture of lipids, proteins, amino acids, and peptides, essentially all the building blocks needed for cellular repair and their main function is to enable cell-to-cell communication. Exosomes penetrate the skin easily due to their fatty envelopes and then trigger the regeneration and production of collagen and elastin on each application, also reducing any skin discomfort and reducing inflammation during in-clinic treatment.

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