Procedures to Treat Eye Bags

Overview

With age, facial soft tissue including the skin and underlying fat of the lower lid wither, atrophy and shrink causing baggy eyelids. With the loss of youthful skin elasticity and support, fat pockets around the eye may move forward causing a baggy appearance or “tired bags” under the eyelids.

In addition, with loss of skin elasticity and collagen, repeated opening and closing of the eyelids and squinting over time can cause excessive wrinkling of the lower eyelid skin which can cause an aged appearance.

Patients with lower eyelid bags are experiencing a common area of facial aging, specifically bags and hallowing of the lower lid. Patients suffering from lower baggy eyelids can be treated at the SpaMedica Toronto Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Centre by Toronto cosmetic surgeon and owner of SpaMedica, Dr. Stephen Mulholland, using a variety of techniques.

Solutions

Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty (also referred to as eyelid surgery) removes or tightens sagging skin around the eyes, resulting in a smoother, more youthful appearance.

Juvederm

Juvederm, one of the most popular dermal filler available, used to soften lines, wrinkles & add volume lost through the aging process.

Restylane

A soft tissue dermal filler for facial contour augmentation, for lip enhancement, and improve the appearance of wrinkles.

Radiesse

A hyaluronic acid dermal filler that can control the signs of aging.

Sculptra

A soft tissue filler used to create a more youthful appearance by replacing lost collagen to smooth out facial wrinkles and folds.

Perlane

A dermal filler injectable that adds volume and proportion in the face or hands.

Fractional CO2 Laser

The fractional CO2 laser treats superficial and deep skin layers to rejuvenate, tighten and brighten the skin.



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