Here are the 5 best techniques to rejuvenate your eyes

Here are the 5 best techniques to rejuvenate your eyes

Dull look, bags under the eyes, drooping eyebrow and crow’s feet? These are some of the most common aesthetic defects that concern one of the most important areas for the expressiveness of our face: the eyes. Here then is how to intervene in the best way, with little painful interventions whose results are almost immediate and always satisfactory.

Do you want to know what they are? Here are the 5 best surgical techniques to rejuvenate the eyes and rediscover that expressiveness that the passage of time has perhaps hidden a little.

Upper blepharoplasty It is used to naturally correct cosmetic defects due to excess skin or fat in the upper eyelid region. Upper blepharoplasty is performed in day-hospital in just under an hour, is almost completely painless and ends with the application of small stitches that the surgeon will remove after 5 days. The scar initially visible in the crease of the eyelid, on the other hand, will become practically invisible after a few days and the same goes for bruises and any bruising that may arise.

Lower blepharoplasty It is the most common technique because it is the one that allows you to reduce the famous “crow’s feet” and, in general, to intervene to remove excess skin or fat in the lower orbital region. Lower blepharoplasty is also performed in day-hospital, it is very little painful and leaves a small scar that will become almost invisible in a few weeks.

Eyebrow lifting It is the most used method to lift the eyebrow and immediately rejuvenate the upper eyelid. The eyebrow, in fact, sliding downwards weighs down the gaze going to “crush” the upper eyelid. The eyebrow lifting operation is absolutely painless, it is performed under local or general anesthesia, lasts about 40 minutes and leaves a scar at the temples: the scar is small and hidden by the hair, therefore, in fact, invisible.

Cantopexy This surgical technique is used to correct what are commonly defined as “downward eyes”, that is, those eyes which, generally due to aging, have lost their position or their tone. Canthopexy is performed under local anesthesia on a day-hospital basis, lasts about 20 minutes and is absolutely painless. It is usually associated with upper blepharoplasty or lower blepharoplasty.

Cantoplasty Compared to canthopexy, canthopexy is an intervention used to modify the shape of the western eye in order to make it more almond-shaped and, therefore, more similar to the eastern eye. This eyelid surgery is performed under local anesthesia, lasts for a maximum of half an hour, is not painful at all and ends with a small scar on the side of the eye which, after a few weeks, will be invisible. Cantoplasty is often associated with upper blepharoplasty and or lower blepharoplasty.