It has not escaped anyone’s attention that the new element in our wardrobe, the mask, has completely changed the way we present ourselves. Since our nose and mouth are covered, our eyes are the only part of our face we show people in order to communicate with them.
It is a fact that eyes have always been key when it comes to express or communicate… to show our state of mind, but now, with the rest of the face hidden, as more of us wear face masks and rely on eye contact, eyes and those all-non-verbal clues are becoming more important than ever.
Dr. Jose Salvador has recently explained to us that in recent months, the demand for treatments to improve the area of the eye is increasing. As we mentioned above, this area is the first area that people see, and we often talk to it without speaking.
Therefore, Dr. Jose Salvador tells us about the treatments that can be performed in order to improve this area and make our eyes look fresh and radiant.
- As a first step, Botox can be an excellent ally for young and middle-aged people. Its effect causes an impressive rejuvenation of the eyes (“wow effect”) not achieved with any other technique in aesthetic medicine. It eliminates wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows, and in the crow’s feet area.
- We may have dark circles under our eyes, with tired, sunken, aged eyes and in these cases, we can consider filling the dark circles with very specific hyaluronic acids for this area such as Redensity 2 by Teoxane. In this way, we can rejuvenate the area with one or two treatment sessions.
- Finally, for more marked cases and in more mature patients, with excess skin in the upper eyelids or fatty bags in the lower eyelids, blepharoplasty will be the surgery that will restore the liveliness to the eyes and the complete rejuvenation of the periorbital area. It is an outpatient surgery, with a very rapid recovery and spectacular results in the vast majority of cases.
Dr. Jose Salvador can recommend the ideal solution for you during a consultation. Give him a call today.
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