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The eyes that looked tired historically been difficult

by:Top-In     2020-06-26
1. Dark pigmentation of the skin under the eyes. Susceptibility to this is usually genetic. Some people get it early and some later. The pigment is also influenced by ethnicity. The Indians, for example, are much more likely to have dark pigmentation of their eyes. Salary: Not much can be done about dark pigmentation. Bleaching creams with hydroquinone or kojic acid may help. 2. Fine lines and wrinkles through the upper and lower eyelids - 'crepey' skin. This comes to most people with age. Of course, there is some genetic variability in the timing and severity of wrinkles. These wrinkles are caused by loss of elasticity and subcutaneous fat that comes with age. The other important factor that accelerates the development of these lines is sun damage. Treatability: At present the only solution to this problem is the laser treatment. The only type of laser I've seen that really makes the difference in the under eye wrinkles are fractionated CO2 laser. Examples of this type of laser include the current instance and Fraxel re: pair. Laser treatment is relatively quick and easy, but there are about 7 days off. The results are spectacular. 3. Swelling of the skin under the eyes caused by fatty tissue that is 'pooching' off. Again, this is a combination of age and genetic predisposition. This effect is due to the deterioration of the film, which is generally regarded as the orbital fat in check. Adipose tissue bulges through the membrane and the skin and eyelids. Treatment Option: This is usually a surgical problem. If there is a lot of swelling, blepharoplasty alone with fat repositioning will really help. But if there is only a small amount to moderate swelling, the doctor may use hyaluronic acid (Restylane or Juvederm) in the tooth to mask its appearance. If you increase the bump under the skin with a filling like Juvederm, filling the valley between the cheek and lower eyelid, the observer can not see the bulge. 4th 'Tear trough' in the opening of the eyes - this is the situation that is most common in my practice. Age and genetic predisposition to cause fat loss, causing a depression in the 'Naso-jugal groove '(the area under the eyelid, lower cheek), a shadow falls into the groove and the person's eyes looked tired. It is easily corrected by injections of hyaluronic acid load. I prefer Juvederm, because it is smooth and lasts longer than 1.5 years in this field. This procedure is technically difficult and should be done only by experienced injectors, so if you plan to have this procedure, you should definitely find out how the doctor achieved. Besides the filler is a durable 3 times longer than any other sector, the quality of another person under the eyes is that the area is fairly painless. The skin does not seem to be a lot of nerve connections in pain. 5th Loose upper eyelid tissue that hangs over the eyelid is another element to the eyes look tired. This is only a surgical problem. A conservative surgeon should be able to take only a small amount of skin and leaves a natural appearance. The danger of being too aggressive is that the patient will have a sunken appearance to their field upper eyelid. Future fat loss with age should be taken into account and the surgeon should err on the conservative side. A good result so little can now be a tight hollow, horrible performance in 15 years.
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