Your eyes tell people a lot about you, even though some of it might not be true. Your eyes can make you appear ill or tired. They can make you appear as though you are not following the conversation or make people think that you don’t get enough sleep. Whether the problem is bags under the eyes, drooping eyelids and brows, or a combination, an eyelid and brow lift can make you appear healthier and younger almost instantaneously.
Open Up the Eyes
With an eyelid lift combined with a brow lift, your eyes will look much more open and alert. As we age, the skin around our eyes and brows begins to lose elasticity. Changes in weight or even just long hours at work can make the skin around your eyes begin to sag. With an eyelid and brow lift, the excess skin is removed and the remaining skin is tightened. These procedures can completely transform your look, making you appear healthier and more alert.
Often when the skin around the eyes begins to sag, it is combined with bags under the eyes. This can make you appear tired and unfocused. If you want to be successful in your career, you need people to take you seriously. The best way to do that is to appear constantly vigilant and well rested. An eyelid lift can remove the bags under your eyes so that you can instill more confidence in your coworkers and clients.
Choosing Your Procedures
Not everyone who needs an eyelid lift needs a brow lift, although the two procedures often go hand in hand. It is important that you work with a knowledgeable doctor who can help you realize your vision of what you want to look like. Explain your desired look to your doctor and allow them to make recommendations for the procedures that will accomplish that look.
If you are interested in an eyelid lift, brow lift, or both, contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation.
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