I'm ready for a facial overhaul. Now what to do about my eyes? (Photo)
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Beautiful 24 Year Old Woman Must Be Very Careful Whom She Consults With About Facial Plastic Surgery!!!
No major overhaul necessary! Stay away from fat grafts at your young age. You should be evaluated in person for possible placement of Restylane in your lower eyelid hollows. The best treatment for crow's feet is Botox or Dysport, though again at your age you probably don't need it. We have lyrics to Burno Mars', "Just the Way You Are" in our consultation room to hand out to patients like yourself at the end of our consultation. Enjoy your youth while it lasts!
You must be very careful who you choose to see about your complaints to avoid someone performing unnecessary treatments for monetary gain. Good luck and be well.
Facial overhaul at 24 y/o?
Little If Any Work Needed
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1. You have upper lid ptosis (droopy) which elongates vertically the upper eyelids and pronounces any pre-existing hollows.
2. You do have upper eyelid/brow hollowness, and benefit from either filler or fat injections. Filler do last a long time around the eyes, unlike other parts of the face. Fat is long-term but not all the fat injected takes.
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The photo that you are provided shows you are beautiful. Proper skin care, Retinol use, and sunscreen are all important to preserve the delicate skin around the eyes. A small amount of Botox to the crow's feet and Belotero under eyes can all make your eyes look more to your ideal. It is most important to find an experienced dermatologist who does a lot of facial injections for the best cosmetic results.
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