Tear Trough Oedema Protocol
The tear trough area is one of the most likely to cause complications. So much so that it often puts clinicians off even attempting the treatment.
One of the most common tear trough complications is periorbital oedema, a very upsetting swelling that can often appear months after treatment.
But, if you know how to manage periorbital oedema, you can proceed to treat the tear trough with confidence.
In this incredibly useful and beautifully illustrated protocol, Dr Pearce outlines the six causes of periorbital oedema and the steps clinicians should take to manage it, including: how to massage; aftercare advice; and when to reverse.
Download your protocol now and get your tear trough confidence back.