Management of the Gaze by Dr Christophe Desouches, Cosmetic Surgeon in Marseille.
Dark circles, puffiness, wrinkles around the eyes are an important problem when you want to preserve the attractiveness of your face.
It is always possible to deal with the problem with more and more precise cosmetics but the cosmetic surgeon can offer you more or less invasive effective treatments that provide quick solutions to your problems.
How to reduce bags under the eyes?
Pockets are usually genetic and are caused by the fall of supporting fat in the eye.
The easiest solution to reducing puffiness is to inject a hyaluronic acid fluid. It is also possible to inject your own fat into the ring by microlipofilling.
Surgery allows to eliminate fatty hernias in a more radical way. Using a scar-free approach or along the lashes of the lower eyelids, this operation resolves the problem definitively. This gesture can be associated at the same time with an injection of fat in order to improve the quality of the result.
How to treat wrinkles around the eyes?
Botulinum toxin is the weapon of choice for treating wrinkles around the eyes. It is used safely and gives very natural results. A very fluid hyaluronic acid can be injected in addition into the dermis using the technique of "bleaching".
The management of the wrinkled the eyelid lower is more complex. It often requires ablative treatment which allows, thanks to controlled healing, dermal regeneration. This ablation is obtained using a peel or laser treatment. Social exclusion for a few days is often necessary.
How to treat low eyebrow?
The drooping eyebrow can be easily improved by using the botulinum toxin which allows to reposition the eyebrows.
Serrated threads can help raise the eyebrow in a minimally invasive way.
In some cases, surgery will be necessary. It consists of performing an eyebrow lift either by an incision in the hair or by direct excision above the eyebrow.
Contact us for further information
DR CHRISTOPHE DESOUCHES
5 Boulevard Notre Dame
Secretariat 04 91 55 00 00
Fax 04 91 85 62 12
E-mail: [email protected]