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If you diligently get 8 hours of sleep per night, take great care of your appearance, and still endure comments from friends and coworkers along the lines of, “You sure look tired today!” then your solution to looking as energetic as you feel may actually be eyelid surgery.
What is Eyelid Surgery?
Officially called cosmetic blepharoplasty, this eyelid surgery is a procedure that removes fat and excess skin and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids. Though there are many forms of eyelid surgery that serve essential medical purposes, this procedure is considered strictly a cosmetic enhancement to reverse aging and unwanted effects of heredity.
Ophthalmologists most commonly perform eyelid surgeries, and the cosmetic blepharoplasty is becoming more and more popular every year. It’s seen most in people between the ages of 51 and 64, though the 35 to 50 age bracket is a close second. If you’re considering this procedure, you can receive work on just your upper or lower eyelids, or you can choose for your ophthalmologist to work on both.
Look More Awake After Eyelid Surgery
If you don’t feel tired, but always look it, your eyes are most likely drooping and sagging due to stretched skin, weaker muscles, and bulging fat pockets. It’s a common, though undesirable, consequence of aging. Together, these changes cause a normally attractive face to look run-down and exhausted.
The changes to your eyes after a blepharoplasty will help you look years younger and genuinely awake and energetic. You won’t deal with any more interrogation from colleagues about your sleep schedule or energy levels; you’ll simply look like the best version of yourself, ready to take on the day.
You undoubtedly have enough daily factors causing you to look and feel tired and worn out, so there’s no reason your eyes should also work against you.
Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm
5379 Primrose Lake Cir
Tampa, FL 33647
(Inside the office of The Bowman Institute for Dermatologic Surgery)
Phone: (813) 971-3846
6950 Central Ave
St. Petersburg, FL 33707
(Inside the office of The Pasadena Eye Center)
(727) 342-3004 (also after hours)