Do your eyes always look tired or sad, even when you feel well rested and ready to tackle the world? Do your eyes look hooded and have dark circles or bags that make you appear older and unrested? The delicate tissue around the eyes can be affected by aging and other factors, creating a perpetual sad, tired or aged appearance. Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, can change the appearance of the eyes for a more youthful, happy appearance.
One of the main factors that affect the upper and lower eyelids is age. As skin sags and wrinkles with age, it can cause dark circles, bags, a hooded appearance to the eye and other issues. This can create a tired, sad expression even when the person feels rested and happy. However, not all eyelid issues are due to aging; some are genetic and can affect people of any age.
If you live in Napa or Sonoma and want to explore eyelid lift surgery, Dr. Evan Ransom is available at our clinic in Mill Valley. Dr. Ransom is a highly skilled facial plastic surgeon. He is dual board certified, with many years of training and experience in facial plastic surgery, including blepharoplasty. With his artistic and surgical expertise, he can revitalize the appearance of your eyes whether the cause is aging or a genetic disposition.
To remove the appearance of heavy eyelids, dark circles or bags under the eyes, several different techniques can be used. Upper, lower and double eyelid surgery can be used as well as brow lifts and other cosmetic procedures. For genetic or ethnic changes to the eye, often both eyelids must be altered to change the shape or openness of the eyelids.
Napa and Sonoma residents seeking surgical options to improve the appearance of their eyes have access to an experienced facial plastic surgeon at our clinic in Mill Valley. To discuss the options available to give your eyes a more youthful and energetic appearance, contact us today to make an appointment for a consultation with Dr. Evan Ransom.
Please note that all patients are different and individual healing times and results may vary. The statements regarding procedures and recovery made here are general rules.