TALLAHASSEE, July 27, 2015 — Smiling with your eyes becomes much easier when you consider the many options available today for refreshing your eyes.
Keeping an individual’s eyes bright with a rejuvenated look is routinely achieved by the board-certified plastic surgeons along with their award-winning team of aestheticians at Southeastern Plastic Surgery in Tallahassee.
A simple option is growing longer, fuller eyelashes. Many women have brittle, short of thin lashes. Some women are born with these lashes. But this malady can also be caused by stress, hormonal changes or even overuse of mascara. Today, there are FDA-approved treatments to improve and enhance eyelashes.
“As we age, it is not uncommon for the appearance around the eyes to change,” said Dr. Ben J. Kirbo, board-certified plastic surgeon at Southeastern Plastic Surgery. “Fortunately, through a procedure called blepharoplasty, eyelid surgery can improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both.”
Some eye conditions the physicians treat at Southeastern Plastic Surgery include:
- Upper eyelid surgery that can eliminate fatty deposits that look like puffiness.
- Removal or reducing bags under the eyes.
- Tightening loose or sagging skin that can create folds on the upper eyelid and may even impair vision.
- Elimination of droopiness of the lower eyelids.
- Removal of excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid.
This procedure can be performed on men and women. Ideal candidates have healthy facial tissue and muscles.
In addition to finding ways to rejuvenate the appearance of the eyes, specialists at Southeastern Plastic Surgery can identify more ways to help clients keep a youthful look and slow the signs of aging.
The SPA at Southeastern Plastic Surgery offers added services for plastic surgery patients, and today, skin care services are available to everyone. The SPA offers medical grade skin care treatments in a calm and soothing atmosphere. Some of the services include microdermabrasion, laser hair removal, wrinkle reduction, chemical peels, vein treatments, facials and treatment for adult acne. Skin care consultations are offered by a professional staff of licensed aestheticians.
Dr. Laurence Rosenberg, board-certified plastic surgeon at Southeastern Plastic Surgery, said one of the newest facial peel offered is the Phenol Peel. The Phenol Peel is the deepest chemical peel. It provides striking differences when used for treatment of deep wrinkles and acne scars.
Phenol Peels remove the upper skin layer by going into the epidermis. Only one treatment is required and can last for a long time.