Rejuvenating the eyes are common requests in our plastic surgery office. While nonsurgical options with injections and peels increase in popularity, surgery remains the preferred option for many patients.
Nonsurgical Eyelid Rejuvenation
Injectables and skin peels are the main methods to improve the appearance of the eyes. Wrinkle relaxers, such as Botox® and Dysport®, work by softening the muscles around the eyes and forehead for smoother skin and elevated brow. Chemical peels, light or strong, can help remove top layers of wrinkled skin to allow newer skin to regenerate. Under eye fillers with soft gels reduce shadow of eye bags and dark circles.
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Surgical Eyelid Rejuvenation
Surgery help reduce excess skin, lift muscle, and reduce excess eye fat. Hidden eyelashes and crowding of the upper eyes is usually better treated with blepharoplasty and/or brow lift for rejuvenation. Upper eyelid surgery is performed via local anesthesia and generally considered a minor procedure with minimal downtime.
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Thinking of enhancing your eyes? Contact the office to see if you’re a candidate for nonsurgical and surgical eyelid procedures to rejuvenate the eyes.