THIS MONTH, IT IS ALL ABOUT BLEPHAROPLASTY!
“The eyes are the window to the soul and it is not a secret that they are the first sign of ageing. The eyes are the first area of the face to age because this is where the skin is thinnest.
My main aim is to keep the eye’s natural expression within any Eyelid Surgery I perform. In my opinion, this technique offers a more youthful result and a fresher look.
With years at the helm of my plastic surgery clinics in Paris, combined with my comprehensive experience in oculoplastic microsurgery and blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), my patients expect results.”
It is possible to completely rejuvenate the eyes with surgery. This invasive procedure is one of the most frequently practised in the UK and throughout the world. The speed of the technique as well as the post-surgery recovery make the procedure very popular. Eyelid surgery makes it possible to refresh the eyes without actually changing them.
This eye rejuvenation can encompass the upper or lower eyelids or simultaneously. Several procedures are adapted upon patient’s needs such as:
- The Addition blepharoplasty
- The Pinch blepharoplasty
- Removal of the eyes bags
- Dark circles removal or lipofilling
- Classic blepharoplasty to eliminate surplus of skin and smooth the eye contour.
Correcting eye imperfections or problem areas, such as lazy eyes, round eyes or even bulging eyes is also possible with the eyelid surgery. Using a laser scalpel for better precision, the eye surgeon removes the skin excess that causes the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes, as well as any fat surplus present in the bags under the eyes or any skin that ends up covering the upper eyelids.
This surgical procedure makes it possible to achieve a natural-looking result when it is run and carried out by an eyelid surgery specialist. This medical intervention does not present any risk to the moving function of the eyelids and does not affect the eyeball itself. Cosmetic eyelid surgery is not eye surgery and it does not have any impact on the eye sight.