I have posted under a different subject but after reading all your comments on fat grafting I am intrigued about this for under eye hollows. My interest: I have a faint tear trough indentation and would like a smooth transition in this area from cheeks to eyelids. There is no smooth transition to my eyes anymore, but sort of a upside down triangle. However, it is minimal.
Question: do you inject fat directly into the orbital rim beneath the eye or do you inject the fat at the border of the bone of the cheek at the eyelid (or both?). If I understand correctly from your other posts, the injection at the border would be underneath a layer of muscle, but is there any muscle at the orbital rim, directly underneath the eyeball? If there is no muscle directly under the eyeball, would fat injections in the orbital rim have a chance of poking out into the skin?
Also, how many injection sites would there be under the eye area to fill in under eye hollowness? Do you still use cannulas or do you use needles? I thought I read somewhere on here that you transitioned to mironeedle injections but cant seem to find that thread to refer to the correct term. Thanks.