Unfortunately, at some point during our lives, all of us will become familiar with the obvious and unavoidable signs that we have begun to age. The wrinkles that plague our face, the drooping skin and the lost jawline are just some of the symptoms that you might expect to see. However, sun damaged skin, brown spots, and fine wrinkles also go some way to ruining a youthful appearance.
In the past, treatments for such ailments have involved the use of chemical peels and surgery, but now CO2 laser resurfacing could be an option that allows individuals to avoid the expense and discomfort of going under the knife. With this innovative technology, renowned Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Shoib A. Myint has begun to offer patients a non-invasive and easier way to reclaim their youth.
Regain a More Youthful Appearance
It’s no secret that age can change the way that we look, but it can also change the way that we feel, about ourselves, and the world in general. When we feel as though we don’t look our best, many of us hide away from the world and miss out on various opportunities, simply because the confidence that we once had has been lost amidst emerging wrinkles, sagging skin and other unfortunate signs of aging. However, facelift procedures and eyelid surgery with renowned facial oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Shoib A. Myint, could be the way to turn your life around and regain your youth, not just in terms of your appearance, but also the way that you approach life in general.
About Face Lifts
Face lifts are perhaps the most popular and common form of cosmetic surgery available today. There are many different types of facelift, and the one that is right for you will depend largely on the results that you are hoping to achieve. The procedure may involve forehead lift, chin augmentation, liposuction, and even blepharoplasty in an attempt to rejuvenate your face and improve your overall look.
Before you engage in a facelift procedure, Dr. Myint will take the time to look through assess your medical history, determining your overall health and making sure he has all the facts about your state of being. He will then discuss the surgery options with you, and give you an insight into what you may be able to expect from the surgery, and your appearance once the procedure has been completed.
About Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery, otherwise referred to by those in the field as ‘Blepharoplasty’ is a medical procedure that is performed surgically on either the upper or lower eyelid in order to improve the appearance of the skin around the eye. Typically, when eyelid surgery is performed on the upper lid, it is used to improve redundant or droopy skin that has begun to gather on the upper eyelid, extending towards the forehead.
This droopy skin can occur as we naturally begin to lose our elasticity with age, causing the structures, which support the forehead skin to weaken, leading to an excess hang of skin past the brow. The muscles and fat around the upper eyelid can also change with age, leading to an inconvenient and unattractive bulge. Blepharoplasty on the upper lid with Myint Facial Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery would focus on removing the excess skin and creating a smooth, concise crease.
The Final Goal
Lower eyelid surgery, on the other hand, is used to improve the appearance of the bags and sagging skin beneath the eyes, which is caused from bulges and fat around the muscles of the eye. In this case, a surgeon such as Dr. Shoib A. Myint would use a medical procedure to remove the excess fat and skin to improve the look of the lower eyelid and leave an individual looking and feeling younger.
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