Your eyes and face are fundamental to your self-identification and the first parts of you to convey emotion and mood. When performing aesthetic surgery of the eyes and face, the goal is to help rejuvenate your natural appearance and reflect your true self.
Nonsurgical treatments like Botox® and fillers may be appropriate for certain aesthetic concerns. However, aesthetic surgery of the eyes and face could be a better option for you, particularly if you're looking for more permanent results.
The highly regarded practice offers a range of aesthetic surgeries for the eyes and face, including:
Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure where your surgeon removes excess skin and fat from around your eyes to rejuvenate your appearance. Blepharoplasty addresses problems like heavy or puffy upper eyelids and bags under your eyes that make you look tired and older than you’d like.
A brow or forehead lift eliminates lines that go across your forehead, vertical frown lines, wrinkles on your nose's bridge, and sagging brows.
Asian double eyelid surgery involves creating a crease in your upper eyelid. The higher crease produces an eyelid "platform," so there's more visible natural space. This space makes your eyes look larger and brighter and reduces the fullness of your eyelids.
A mid-facelift or cheek lift is a minimally invasive procedure that raises and tightens your lower eyelid and cheek. The mid-facelift differs from a brow lift, which raises the brows, and a face lift, which elevates your lower face and improves your neckline.
Mid-facelift surgery results in an improvement in the position and function of your lower eyelid. It also repositions your cheek and increases fullness. If your goal is to regain a more youthful appearance with natural-looking results, a mid-facelift is an excellent option.
Consulting a plastic surgeon whose expertise is in facial surgery is likely to give you the best experience. Oculofacial plastic surgeons are specialized physicians who can perform medical and aesthetic surgery of the eyes and face.
Oculofacial plastic surgeons have foundational training in ophthalmic surgery to complement expertise in plastic surgery. By seeking treatment from a plastic surgery practice like New York Eye and Face Oculoplastic Surgery, which focuses specifically on the eyes and face, you can be confident that you're receiving care from a provider who's best suited to address your specific concerns.
To find out how aesthetic surgery of the eyes and face could rejuvenate your appearance, call New York Eye and Face Oculoplastic Surgery or book an appointment online today.