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Blepharoplasty Mission Viejo, CA Research shows that when we initially interact with someone, the first thing we look at is their face. And although making eye contact with a complete stranger can be a bit weird or even intimidating, it’s also one of the surest ways to make an instant connection. As we age, however, we start to lose collagen and elasticity in our skin which causes it to droop— even on areas of the face like the eyes. Additionally, we start to store fat in places like under the eyes which can make you constantly look tired and never want to make eye contact again.

Even though you can try your hand at expensive eye creams that claim to work miracles, nothing will give you the results quite like either an upper blepharoplasty or a lower one. So, what are the unique benefits of a blepharoplasty or eyelid lift?

Say Goodbye to Those Bags

Having a new handbag is one thing to show off, but having constant bags under your eyes is something you never want to see in the mirror. During a lower eyelift, we can get rid of extra fat and skin under the eyes to help give you a more rejuvenated appearance.

No more Fine Lines

You’re fine until you start seeing fine lines and wrinkles across your face and around your eyes. One of the goals of a blepharoplasty is to help tighten the skin around the eyes which helps to get rid of your fine lines and wrinkles in the process. In addition to a blepharoplasty, we may recommend that you also consider Botox to help soften your wrinkles even further.

See Better

Even though a blepharoplasty is considered to be a primarily cosmetic surgery, if you have a lot of excess skin on your upper eyelid, it can impair your vision. Luckily, with an upper eyelid lift from Dr. Taylor Pollei, he can remove the excess skin and tighten it— restoring your ability to see more clearly in the process.

Schedule your blepharoplasty consultation at our Mission Viejo office today!

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