As we grow older, the skin around our eyelids gets thinner and changes texture, and the orbital fat around our eyes can start to protrude forward. These changes often result in a sensation of heaviness on the upper eyelids and a tired or older appearance. In some people, this excess skin can block peripheral vision. An upper eyelid blepharoplasty removes this excess skin and fat and restores a natural and more youthful appearance.
With aging, the facial support structures that keep normal orbital fat inside the eye sockets weaken, resulting in an outpouching of orbital fat and the appearance of lower eyelid bags. The goal of lower eyelid blepharoplasty surgery is to smooth out lower eyelid bags and circles to provide a more youthful appearance.
With aging, the effects of gravity can cause the eyebrows to sag, resulting in a tired or sad appearance. Brow lift surgery can reverse these effects by tightening the skin and soft tissues of the forehead and above the brow to restore a more youthful brow contour.
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