What Eyelid Surgery can Do For Your Face
- Posted on: Mar 30 2018
There is no denying that the eyes are a major focal point of every face. Research has shown that, when we first meet other people, it is the eyes that are noticed first, and that it is this area of the face that facilitates body language and perception. Recognizing the role the eyes play in the first impression we make, it seems logical to desire improvement when the signs of aging become obvious.
There are several concerns that revolve around the appearance of the eyes. Some that we hear often include heaviness of the upper eyelids, bags or dark circles under the eyes, and noticeable lines and wrinkles. The more pronounced these telltale signs of aging become, the more tired, sad, or unfriendly the face appears. There are a few key improvements that can be achieved with eyelid rejuvenation. However, the big reward from surgery is that the face appears younger, more energetic, and friendlier as the eyes look more revived.
What Blepharoplasty Can Do
Facial aging around the eyes is rarely bilateral. In many cases, patients complain that one eye looks heavier or droopier than the other. This is particularly common on the upper eyelids. A mismatch in the eyes is frustrating because it is hard to hide. In addition to seeing this difference, many people say they can even sense it, with one eyelid or eyebrow feeling heavier and lower on the face. Upper blepharoplasty is an excellent solution for asymmetrical hooding of the upper lids, restoring balance from one side of the face to the other.
Opening the Eyes
The primary reason why eyelid surgery is so beneficial is that it creates a more open appearance to the eyes. When the upper eyelids droop and look heavy, when the crease of the upper lid has slid down to the lash line, or when the skin has begun to fall over the lashes, the eyes narrow. Narrow eyes look tired, or they may look sad or even angry. As a result of the cosmetic appearance of heavy lids, the person affected by this problem often feels frustrated. Also as a result of cosmetic appearance, social and professional interactions experienced by the affected person are likely diminished from what they could be due to the perception the other party has of their personality or character.
To open the eyes means to gain energy.
Opening the eyes by removing and lifting the upper or lower eyelids means to restore the appearance of energy and vitality to the face as a whole. Where upper eyelid hooding makes one appear tired and angry, lower lids that protrude and appear darkened create a perception of age, poor health, fatigue, and even lack of motivation.
Revive your face with blepharoplasty. Learn more at (954) 472-8355.
Posted in: Eyelid (Blepharoplasty) Surgery