Eyelid Surgery Los Angeles
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can be an option for the various eye conditions, which detract from your natural beauty, and make you look older and tired. Dr. Liu specializes in blepharoplasty and delivers among the best eyelid surgery Beverly Hills and Los Angeles have available.
Some of the conditions that may be treated with eyelid surgery are:
- Ptosis (drooping of the upper eyelids)
- Sagging lower eyelids
- Puffy eyes
- Wrinkles around the eyes
- Too prominent upper or lower eyelids
Eyelid surgery requires a soft touch and a meticulous hand. Dr. Liu has trained in advanced microsurgery which has given him the skill to deal with a feature as delicate and prominent as the eyelids. After all, they are the first things someone sees when they look at you, so they should look natural, beautiful and like no eyelid surgeon was ever there.
There are many nuances to the condition known as ptosis, each individual must be examined and treated to their specific condition but there are three different classifications that aid one in determining the best procedure that will handle the condition.
Double Eyelid Surgery
For many men and women of Asian descent, cosmetic surgery is an important choice in their overall vision and appearance. The procedure, known as Asian double eyelid surgery, helps to correct eyelid creases to more closely conform to widely accepted aesthetic norms.
Men's Eyelid Surgery
Although the procedure and technique are fundamentally the same for men and women who seek eyelid surgery, special consideration is taken to maintain the masculine facial eye and eyebrow structure. Men often seek a more natural appearing final result with a rejuvenated appearance rather than simply the appearance of looking younger.
Lower Eyelid Surgery
Many men and women experience bags under the eyes, puffy lower eyelids and lower eyelids that droop. These conditions cause you to look older, tired or just worn down.
Upper Eyelid Surgery
Your eyes are your most expressive feature; they convey your emotions and can communicate more with one look than can be communicated with many words. Due to genetics and age, the skin above the eyes can sag, wrinkle and give a tired or droopy appearance but this doesn’t have to be the case.