EYES AND BROWS PROCEDURES
Performed by John L. LeRoy, M.D., FACS in Atlanta, Georgia.
The areas around the eyes, along the brows, and across the upper part of the face are often the first to start showing signs of age, fatigue, and stress. Fortunately, there are a number of advanced cosmetic enhancement procedures available that can effectively address these issues and give you a more youthful, revitalized appearance. Dr. John L. LeRoy can reduce bags underneath the eyes, furrows between the brows, creases along the forehead, and drooping eyelids with procedures such as eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) and brow lift. Plus, Dr. LeRoy is the innovator of “Band Aid” procedures, minimally invasive versions of these procedures, which can give patients who are not yet in need of the traditional procedures effective results with less recovery time.
Sagging skin and excess fat that appears in the upper and lower regions of the eyes can be successfully treated with eyelid surgery (upper blepharoplasty and/or lower blepharoplasty). This popular aesthetic enhancement procedure can significantly reduce signs of age and fatigue with long-lasting, natural-looking results.
Band Aid Blepharoplasty
A Band Aid Blepharoplasty is a less invasive eyelid surgery technique, utilizing smaller incisions and only necessitating gentle numbing (local anesthesia). This technique typically requires less surgery and recovery time, without sacrificing results.
In addition to diminishing furrows between the brows and creases along the forehead, a brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, reduces excess upper eyelid skin contributing to a drooping appearance. Brow lift surgery can give your upper face a smoother, more youthful appearance.
Band Aid Browlift
The Band Aid Browlift uses a less invasive technique to accomplish many of the same goals of an endoscopic brow lift –without the need for an extended recovery time. Designed for those patients with mild furrowing of the brow and wrinkling of the forehead, Band Aid Browlift surgery is performed in-office with gentle numbing.
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