Eyelid and Brow Surgery
Periorbital rejuvenation allows you to reclaim the youthfulness that you feel on the inside. Typically, the eyes are the first part of the face to show signs of aging. Generally by the mid-thirties, the lower eyelids give the impression of tiredness by developing bags. The upper lids build up extra droopy skin. Aging into the forties is accompanied by further signs of exhaustion in the eyes. These stigmata of fatigue are heightened as the muscle of the lower eyelid, the orbicularis oculi, relaxes. When this occurs, traditional approaches to blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) through only the skin or conjunctiva can no longer achieve optimal results. Re-establishing support to these loosened muscles is the key to safely obtaining improved contour of the cheeks, preserving natural eyelid position, and eradicating the tired appearance. Further advancement in aging is accompanied by droopy eyebrows or ‘bedroom eyes.’ This is addressed with a minimally invasive endoscopic browlift utilizing small hidden access points behind the hairline.