Even if you undergo blepharoplasty to remove excess skin around the eyes, the skin you’re left with can still have wrinkles and crinkles. Oftentimes, you need to turn to another modality-such as fractional resurfacing, Botox, or Eyes by Thermage-to address surface texture.
Most effective for crow’s-feet caused by years of smiling and squinting, as well as mild skin drooping, these procedures are used to either resurface the area or boost collagen production deep within the skin to smooth the appearance of lines and crepey skin. The treatment recommended for you is often dictated by the degree of wrinkling and laxity in the skin, as well as any other procedures that may be performed.
The earlier you begin intervention, the less invasive you need to be. However, if you don’t start early enough, these treatments may not produce the results you really want.
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