The experts at Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery can help you weigh your options, ensuring you opt for the most effective method based on your unique needs.
Blepharoplasty, commonly known as an “eyelid lift,” offers a surgical solution to enhance the aesthetic of your eyes. The procedure often involves excising surplus skin, fat, or muscle from the eyelids.
This is particularly beneficial for individuals struggling with impaired vision due to sagging eyelids or those looking for a lasting remedy for eye puffiness. Typically lasting one to two hours, the procedure usually employs local anesthesia and offers a rejuvenated appearance lasting up to 15 years.
However, it’s essential to note that the surgery does require a period of recovery, which may include temporary swelling and bruising.
Minimally Invasive Methods
Alternatively, non-surgical interventions like BOTOXⓇ Cosmetic and dermal fillers present a less invasive path. These procedures are straightforward, involving brief sessions where fillers are injected around the eye area, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles, tightening skin, and reducing puffiness.
While these treatments offer a speedy recovery, their results are temporary and usually last around three to six months, requiring periodic treatments for upkeep.
BodyTite™ and FaceTite™
At Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the revolutionary BodyTite™ and FaceTite™ procedures not only target stubborn fat but also address skin laxity, making it an ideal solution for cosmetic enhancement around the eyes. This radiofrequency-energy technique tightens the skin, reduces wrinkles and sagging, and can also rejuvenate the delicate eye area for a refreshed and youthful appearance.
Making an Informed Decision
The choice between a surgical and non-surgical approach to eye rejuvenation should be carefully considered. An experienced professional can provide invaluable insights into which treatment is most aligned with your needs.
Schedule a Consultation Today
If you’re thinking about eye rejuvenation, you can trust the specialists at Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in Austin, TX. Call (512) 815-0123 to set up a consultation.