Category Archives: Tear Trough Rejuvenation


Top Procedures for Eye Rejuvenation

The first thing people tend to notice in others is their eyes, which can often show when someone is happy, sad, tired or excited. Over time, age and genetics can lead to dark circles, bags, and/or skin laxity of both the upper and/or lower eyelids. Fortunately, there are many great options for eye rejuvenation. Here… Read More »


5 Things To Know Before Considering Eyelid Surgery

An upper or lower blepharoplasty, also known as “eyelid surgery”, is great for patients concerned with a tired or angry appearance that they are unhappy with. Those interested in an eyelid procedure often complain of difficulty applying eye makeup to their upper eyelids because of excess skin. We’re here with the top five things you… Read More »


What filler is most commonly used for under-eye hollowing?

Under-eye hollowing can make a person appear more tired or stressed than they actually are. It’s often a sign of aging as we lose volume in the face but can also just be a genetic feature. To treat under-eye hollows, also known as tear troughs, our providers often use filler for appropriate patients. Fat injections… Read More »




What Is A Lower Lid Skin Pinch?

The lower eyelids are a common area of concern patients seek treatment for as excess skin and/or fat can make one look older or more tired than they actually are. There are numerous surgical and non-surgical options for this area depending on ones facial anatomy and goal for outcome. Crepe-iness and excess skin can begin… Read More »


Juvederm & Botox for Gwyneth Paltrow?

  We hate feeding in to the gossip but it’s always interesting to hear celebrities go on record saying they would never do Botox or any kind of plastic surgery but somehow continue to show little signs of aging through the years. They either aren’t human, or are basically lying to us. You be the… Read More »


Top 5 Under Eye Wrinkle Treatments

There are a number of causes for under eye wrinkles unfortunately, and understanding them can help you determine the best under eye wrinkle treatments for you. Aging is the first and most common cause of eye wrinkles. As we age, we lose elastin and collagen in the skin, making it thin and lax. Smoking is… Read More »


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