Eyelids (Blepharoplasty)Changes in the upper and lower eyelids are some of the first signs of aging. The skin can become droopy, causing you too look tired and sometimes can even impair your vision. The skin thins and becomes more crepey in appearance. The underlying fat pads can become more visible giving the appearance of bags under the eyes as well. Upper and lower blepharoplasty are surgical procedures designed to address these signs of aging.
Fat Transfer (Structural Autologous Fat Transfer)The face gradually loses volume as we age. Fat atrophies, bones lose volume, and skin becomes thinner. Replacing this volume loss with autologous (your own) fat that is harvested from another area of the body is an excellent, long term, natural way to rejuvenate the face and body.