Eyelid drooping, also known as ptosis, can affect the upper eyelids of one or both eyes. The condition can make it difficult to open the upper eyelid properly. Ptosis can range from subtle to very noticeable and can have a dramatic effect on the appearance of the eyes and face. People with very droopy eyelids may also have difficulty seeing properly.
If you are thinking about undergoing cosmetic eyelid surgery in Chicago, here are the FIVE questions that you need to ask your surgeon. Are there non-surgical treatments that can achieve the same results? The answer is usually YES, but you may not get the full improvement that you desire and/or the results could be temporary. A perfect example is using dermal fillers to rejuvenate the area around the eyes. It is worthwhile to have this discussion with your plastic surgeon and see if non-surgical treatment can be a good option for you. The results can be remarkable especially in individuals… Continue Reading →
You can usually tell someone’s age from his or her eyes. We all start noticing changes in our eyes in the mid thirties. This is when the crow’s feet appear, the upper lid skin starts slightly hanging over the crease, the lower lid fat starts bulging and the area between the lower lid and the upper cheek starts hollowing. These changes, although subtle, they progress as we get older. Obviously we don’t all age the same way or to the same degree. For example, those of us who are blessed with nice cheekbones maintain a more youthful look of their… Continue Reading →