Periorbital Rejuvenation

Periorbital Rejuvenation
What is it?
Facial skin, especially around the eyes, are thin and delicate. Hence, they often developing signs of aging and damage earlier than the skin on the body. Common facial skin concerns can include wrinkles, crow’s feet, droopy eyelids, pigmentation around the eyes, sunken eyes, tear trough, skin growths near the eyes, prominent veins, etc.
Periorbital rejuvenation can help target these portions of the face, restoring the skin’s youthful glow while reserving these concerns and its side effects.
How is it done?
Periorbital rejuvenation can be conducted in various ways, depending on the type and intensity of your case. A proper consultation can help identify your skin concerns and bring about an accurate treatment option for it. Common treatments include prescription medication, wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, non-surgical skin tightening, as well as laser/light treatments.
What are the Pre- and Post-procedure steps for Periorbital rejuvenation?
Depending on the type of treatment opted, the steps to follow before and after treatment can vary. It is imperative, however, to follow through with the steps received so as to ensure a smooth treatment session and an effective recovery.
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DISCLAIMER:
The information written and published on this website is not intended to substitute the recommendations of a trained professional and does not replace a professional consultation.
It is advisable to undergo a formal consultation to help establish a relationship between the doctor and yourself, accurately determine your concerns/problems, and get the appropriate treatments for them.
It is also imperative to note that the contents of the website with respect to treatments, results and pricing can vary from individual to individual, and can only be accurately determined by the doctor upon diagnosis.
Do note that all medical treatments will only be administered upon proper consultation, with the requirement that patients be above 21 years of age to provide legal consent.
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