by Dr. Aaron Capuano, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Nov. 10, 2015, 1:54 p.m.
So many of us are concerned when looking in the mirror from mid day on and feeling like we have that tired, exhausted look. The puff, as I refer to it, above or below your eyes, where your lids look like they are napping and sagging over your eye or resembling a cradle below your eyeball. Could that be the result of exhaustion, allergy or the need for a minor skin excision, or something less invasive like fillers or botox? The answer may be even as simple as a botox injection, a non-surgical eyelid lift, applied in the correct area above your eye that will give you a slight lift or you may simply need a little filler applied in the proper placement in your tear trough area, or you may be a good candidate for a minor skin excision in the office, a very minor procedure that takes roughly an hour and forty five minutes, it requires a day or two of rest and then you can return to work, looking well rested. Call us today to see if you are a good candidate for eyelid surgery otherwise known as a blephoroplasty or other non-invasive options including skin tightening, fillers and/or botox. All in office procedures mentioned above do not require going under anesthesia.