How many eyelids do you have? Most people would say two, but the answer is four: two sets of upper and two sets of lower. Over time, fat can accumulate in the upper eyelid, lower eyelid or both causing the skin to droop, sag, or look puffy. The result: you look tired all the time, even if you’re wide awake.
Blephoraplasty: Less Fat Means More Youthful Eyelids!
Blepharoplasty surgically addresses the excess skin and fatty deposits that cause “bags” and a “crepey” look on the skin around your upper and/or lower eyelids. Once that fat and skin is removed, your eyes return to a more youthful appearance. After the removal of encroaching eyelid tissue your eyes appear larger and more attractive. Blepharoplasty can also be used to sculpt and shape the eyelid. Look for an experienced, board certified plastic surgeon who performs this procedure often and an accredited surgical facility.
Banish Crow’s Feet – Without Surgery!
Crow’s Feet are the fine lines and wrinkles that form in the corners of our eyes as we age. Time takes its toll on the body’s natural collagen production. As less collagen is produced, the skin near the eyes becomes far less taut than it was before. That combined with repetitive facial movements over time can cause those stubborn lines around the eyes.
Botox & Thermage: Safe, Effective & Long Lasting
Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and other neuromodulators are minimally invasive, surgery-free ways to treat Crow’s Feet. As injectable treatments, they provide a virtually pain-free treatment experience that requires no special preparation or recovery time. You’ll see the Crow’s Feet fade from view.
Thermage also treats Crow’s Feet by addressing the underlying collagen issues; the difference is that Thermage does so with radiofrequency energy.Thermage effectively treats the deep tissues, stimulating collagen production, while innovative cooling effects provides more comfortable treatment experience and results that can last for several years.
SkinCenter is often asked to contribute in the media the ways consumers can evaluate providers and achieve successful results. Choose an experienced Medical Doctor or Registered Nurse who provides cosmetic medical and surgical services exclusively and often, for your eyes or any cosmetic concern.