Why PRP Under Eyes?

PRP under eyes injections can help treat the darkened or sunken appearance of the eyes caused by genetics, aging, medical conditions, or other factors. Often to alleviate this appearance, patients seek out tear trough filler to fill out the area and provide a more awake and refreshed look. Many dermal filler options exist, but there is currently no dermal filler safe to use under the eyes that stimulates a powerful collagen response. Platelet rich plasma is a natural substitute to dermal fillers that help produce collagen in the tear troughs. PRP In Seattle is delighted to offer PRP tear trough injections to Seattle, Kirkland, Bellevue, and surrounding areas.

Before and After photos of PRP For Tear Trough Injections in Seattle, Bellevue, and Kirkland


Tear trough injections–including PRP injections under eyes—are a facial filling treatment that fill out the area, reduce hollowness, and dark circles under the eyes. Hollowing and dark circles in the tear troughs happen naturally as we age, occurs with weight loss, and due to genetic factors. As one of the first signs of aging to appear, patients can become distressed and may seek out injectable treatments.

PRP injection under eyes is a natural and effective method of filling in your under eyes. Seattle Plastic Surgery offers PRP for tear troughs in Seattle and the surrounding communities including Bellevue and Kirkland.

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    Can You Use PRP and Dermal Fillers Together?

    Yes, PRP can be used in combination with dermal fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm. Dermal fillers will give you immediate results, while PRP will help your skin naturally produce collagen and fill in the tear trough area that can lead to more permanent results.

    PRP is different from traditional facial fillers because it comes from your body and stimulates your body’s natural healing response. It helps increase the collagen and blood supply to the tear trough area contributing to a more youthful appearance.


    PRP In Seattle’s surgeons and injectors are all accomplished and skilled in their fields, including in PRP tear trough treatments. Our doctors are some of the most respected and renowned plastic surgeons in the Seattle area. Our team of injectors is dedicated to providing the best possible care to patients and are all skilled in their field. The PRP In Seattle staff are dedicated to helping you gain the results you desire and ensure your comfort throughout the entire PRP under eyes process.


    The main benefit of a PRP injection under eyes treatment is that it helps decrease hollowing and the appearance of dark circles. Platelet rich plasma treatments like PRP tear trough injections also contribute to overall healthier and thicker skin because of increased collagen production.

    Since PRP is derived from your own blood, this nearly eliminates the possibility of an allergic reaction to facial fillers. And, makes it a safe and natural method to treat the signs of aging. While it may take multiple treatments, PRP treatments can lead to overall longer lasting results that are perfectly and completely natural. Just some of the other benefits you may enjoy after your Seattle PRP for tear troughs includes:

    • Quick procedure
    • Little to no downtime
    • Reduction of dark circles
    • Fuller tear trough area
    • Improved facial appearance
    • More even skin tone
    • Lessens appearance of eye bags
    • Thicker skin in the under eye area
    • Little risk associated with the procedure


    Immediately after PRP tear trough injections, it is normal to experience some redness, bruising,  swelling, and tenderness. This is normal and expected. You may continue to have these symptoms for 7-10 days and for your comfort may choose to take time off. However, you should be able to resume your daily activities. You will have the option to purchase prescription medication to help with any swelling or bruising.

    What Are The Side Effects of PRP Tear Trough?

    The side effects of a PRP for dark circles are usually minor, but some discomfort during the recovery period. These side effects are similar to any injection treatment including traditional tear trough fillers. Most patients see these side effects and symptoms subside within a few days of treatment. Side effects include: 

    • Bruising
    • Swelling
    • Tenderness
    • Need for future treatments


    A good candidate for PRP for tear troughs is a healthy individual who is dissatisfied with the hollowing, dark circles, or overall appearance of their under eyes. You must be capable of giving a blood sample. You may not be a good candidate for a PRP treatment if you suffer from anemia, cancer, or any sort of platelet problem. These ailments can put you at risk and can mean that the procedure would not work correctly. Most people in good health are candidates for this procedure, but a PRP injection treatment still requires a consultation with one of our doctors. This will determine if a PRP treatment for your tear troughs is the best option for you.

    You May Be Disqualified From PRP Treatment For Tear Troughs If You: 

    • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
    • Immunocompromised
    • Have broken or injured your eye socket


    The cost of PRP for tear trough ranges from $1500-$2000 for three PRP treatments in Seattle. It is $1500 to receive these treatments from a qualified injector or $2000 from one of the board-certified cosmetic surgeons on staff. These costs account for the cost of blood draw, injections, topical anesthetic, and the facility fees. Your total price may fluctuate depending on if you choose to combine your PRP with dermal fillers or based on your other needs.

    Seattle Plastic Surgery works with outside financial services including Alphaeon and Care Credit. Our staff can help you apply for these options and you can find more information about the financial assistance.


    Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP is a component of blood that aids the healing process of wounds. In any PRP treatment, plasma is drawn from your blood and spun in a centrifuge to isolate the PRP from the red blood cells and poor platelet plasma. Since PRP is plasma that is 5 to 10 times more platelet rich and contains more growth factors than normal blood, these platelets activate your body’s healing response and induce the growth of red blood cells and collagen to the injected area. Additionally, these proteins and growth factors send messages that alert your body to send white blood cells to the injection site.

    How PRP Benefits The Tear Troughs

    When PRP is injected into the tear troughs  the body naturally regenerates the skin under the eyes and helps to get rid of unwanted dark circles and hollowness. PRP is often used by athletes to help stimulate healing of injuries. Therefore, this powerful technology can translate to use for cosmetic purposes, such as filling in the tear troughs

    PRP is different from traditional hyaluronic acid fillers because it comes from your body and stimulates your body’s natural healing response. Therefore, it increases collagen and blood supply to the tear trough area contributing to a more youthful appearance.

    PRP is one of the newest procedures in regenerative medicine and the surgeons used for hair restoration, skin care, and injections. At PRP In Seattle, we are always working to enhance and improve our cosmetic and plastic surgeries and procedures.

    The Leading Provider Of PRP For Tear Troughs In Seattle, Bellevue, and Kirkland

    Platelet Rich Plasma injections for the under eye is among one the most cutting edge treatments for dark circles. With a growing desire for all natural and more permanent solutions to facial hollows, PRP for tear troughs is the modern solution for under eye circles.

    While PRP for tear troughs can provide lasting results, most patients need more than one round of injections to find results they are happy with. Using our knowledge and experience of platelet rich plasma and how it works to produce collagen in the body, we have put together a treatment protocol of three to six sessions. This protocol has shown our patients the best possible results.

    Outstanding results from PRP under eyes injections do not appear overnight. They require careful and precise care, which all of our PRP providers have trained extensively to develop. Gentle, steady hands and an artistic eye set our PRP tear trough injectors apart.

    At your consultation, your provider will begin by asking about your facial concerns and goals for treatment. They will then examine the tear trough area and review your medical history to determine whether you are a candidate for PRP for tear troughs. If you are deemed a good candidate, it is likely your blood draw and PRP injection under eyes treatment will happen the same day as your consultation.

    To schedule a free consultation at PRP In Seattle, call us at (206) 279-2112 or contact us online using the form above.


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    PRP For Tear Troughs Case #1

    This 43-year-old patient wanted to address her under eye bags and darkness. Injector Lynda used PRP to fill in the area and promote collagen. Photos show after 3 injection sessions.

    PRP For Tear Troughs Case #2

    This 28-year-old patient wanted to get rid of her under eye bags and chose to undergo PRP For Tear Trough injections with Injector Lynda.

    PRP For Tear Troughs Case #3

    This wonderful patient wanted to look less tired and to fill in her tear trough area. She came to PRP In Seattle for tear trough injections.

    PRP For Tear Troughs Case #4

    This wonderful patient came to PRP In Seattle wanting to fill in her under eye area to look less dark and sunken. Her results turned out amazing!

    PRP For Tear Troughs Case #5

    This patient came to PRP In Seattle to fill in her under eye area. She wanted to try out the platelet rich plasma options. After her treatment, the patient is so satisfied with her results.

    PRP For Tear Troughs #6

    Wanting to look less tired and fill in her under eyes, this patient desired platelet rich plasma injections under the eyes. The patient loves her results.