Eyelid Rejuvenation and Aging In Reverse – Liz Bonis Reports
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“I want to feel good and I think part of feeling good is looking good.” Now, an eye procedure like this one can cost you a several thousand dollars last about 20 years.
The other changes, however, that she says that has motivated her to make. Priceless. Upper blepharoplasty is a procedure that involves resection of redundant skin and/or musculature of the upper eyelid. Aging of the Upper Eyelid/Brow Complex.
With aging, a patient may notice the upper lids feel “heavy.” This can be caused by the eyebrow descending, upper eyelid skin excess, or both. The results of blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) are generally long lasting. It’s not uncommon for the longevity of results to vary slightly between patients, but you can expect the results of upper eyelid surgery to last about 10-20 years, and lower eyelid surgery results are essentially permanent.
An upper eyelid lift (blepharoplasty) can produce significant results by tightening the skin around the eyes, removing wrinkles or puffiness, and providing a younger appearance. This cosmetic procedure helps improve the appearance of the eyes by reducing sagging and puffiness. But like any other surgery, blepharoplasty leaves minimal scars.
Although upper eyelid scars are almost unnoticeable, they still need to be appropriately cared for in order for them to heal as well as possible. Eyelid surgery is among the least painful cosmetic procedures. Aside from minimal discomfort on the day, you’ll have a quick recovery and see the results swiftly.
Dr. Jon Mendelsohn is a gifted Cincinnati facial plastic surgeon who has helped thousands of patients achieve a more youthful and refreshed appearance. He uses the most advanced techniques in his upper eyelid procedures to help patients erase the signs of aging!
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