That hollow area beneath your eye, near your nose, is called a nasojugal groove or a “tear trough.” They can often extend laterally, toward your temples and the outside of your eye, as an orbitomalar groove. This can become more prominent with age, but exist in younger patients with a genetic predisposition. Fortunately, there are good options for correcting the underlying cause. Dr. Ling and her team work closely with each patient to discover the best treatment option for both short term relief of hollowed eyes and dark circles and long-term care.
The most recommended procedures for hollow undereyes and dark circles include the following: