What is the nonsurgical treatment for a tear trough deformity of the lower eyelid?

A tear trough deformity of the lower eyelid is what happens as the lower eyelid skin begins to sag as the soft tissue of the orbit herniates out of the eye socket, causing bulges. As this happens, if the skin is adherent or stuck to the orbital rim, a small depression or valley occurs, which is called the tear trough. There are surgical and nonsurgical ways to correct this. Find out how to fix this problem without surgery in this short video about the tear trough deformity.