Your eyes express emotion. It is very likely that you have had the experience of other individuals coming up to you and saying that you look happy, sad, tired, surprised or something else like this. The reason why they can tell that you feel a certain way is because your eyes do not lie. Even if you do not want to express sadness or another emotion, your eyes are going to tell others how you feel. When you look in the mirror and you look closely at your eyes, what are they telling others?
Many individuals feel unsatisfied when they see the way their eyes look. This is because their eyes look sad and tired. It is very frustrating when a person does not feel sad or tired, but this is what their eyes are expressing to others. The reason why this happens is because as we get older, our appearance changes. Our eyes start to have baggy skin on the top part of the lids and then puffy bags underneath.
Depending on your situation, eyelid surgery may be able to improve the appearance of your eyes. And by improving the way your eyes look, your overall appearance improves as well. This results in a better quality of life in most cases.
Eyelid surgery is designed in order to get rid of excess skin on the upper and/or lower eyelids. In some cases, it can actually improve a person’s vision. Sometimes individuals have so much sagging skin on their upper eyelids that they are not able to see very well. In this circumstance, eyelid surgery may be performed for a medical reason.
In the vast majority of other cases, eyelid surgery is performed for cosmetic reasons. It can help you to improve your appearance and make you look vibrant, healthy and young. The great thing about this surgery is that it is tailored for the individual. It can be performed on the upper eyelids, on the lower eyelids or on both, depending on the situation.
Schedule a consultation at the office of George M. Varkarakis, MD to learn more information about how this procedure can improve your appearance. We would be happy to show you how you can enhance the appearance of your eyes with eyelid surgery. Our office is conveniently located in Miami, FL. Contact us today to book an appointment!