The Face in the Mirror Doesn’t Reflect Who I Am Inside
In years past, cosmetic alteration of the face was something shrouded in secrecy and available only to a wealthier segment of the population. Fortunately, over the years, medical technology has made exciting new advances in the field of plastic surgery. These advances have made facial rejuvenation and restoration no longer extremely risky or costly, making plastic surgery now available to a far broader range of people. Because of this, the former stigma of cosmetic surgery has happily gone the way of the girdle.
With results that are more natural and recovery times significantly reduced, more people than ever are choosing to rejuvenate their faces with any number of procedures now available. Today, both men and women are healthier and living longer, and these procedures give people the opportunity to look as well as they feel.
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
An upper blepharoplasty removes excess skin from the upper lid to provide a crisp eye shadow space. This helps shape the eye and the surrounding area to look more youthful. Learn more.