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So, i'm looking into getting my under eye skin lifted. But after reading how difficult this surgery can be on here, I don't know...
Here is my situation. I'm young(31) but I've had two nose jobs and lost lots of fat on my face. With all of this combined, the skin underneath my eye has drooped so low that it's passed my eye socket... I feel like if that gets lifted it'll soften my nasal labias(maybe it will?), bc that has become droopier after my last nose job too.
Has anyone had a successful surgery for this type of eye surgery? My eyes are my best feature & I do NOT want to put them at risk of looking botched or ugly.
I asked my facial PS about it & he said he can improve the look of it. I've seen pics that look good online. But from the advice on here, looks like I should just go with an eye specialist of course.
Hi 3 months ago I had upper/lower eyes done with mid/lower face and neck lift. But my eyes turned out really good. As you can see from my photos on the facelift photos. I had this all done in Cancun Mexico at a private hospital for 1/4 the cost in Canada. It was safe, excellent english speaking surgeon and all included with a condo/meds/compression garments/transfers and of course surgery for $5900.00USD. Just for eyes a lot lot less. Let me know if you want information.
If your eyes are your best feature, DO NOT MESS WITH THEM. Eyelid surgery is EXTREMELY likely not to "lift" your eyes, but to make them droop. And don't forget that as you get older, the weakness you've created by messing with the eyes will make it more difficult for your eyes to hold their shape. NOT WORTH THE RISK!
MarilynBusstop wrote:If your eyes are your best feature, DO NOT MESS WITH THEM. Eyelid surgery is EXTREMELY likely not to "lift" your eyes, but to make them droop. And don't forget that as you get older, the weakness you've created by messing with the eyes will make it more difficult for your eyes to hold their shape. NOT WORTH THE RISK!
Totally disagree as you can see my results. Why live with baggy eyes when surgery is so safe. Even my specialist eye doctor in Canada does it. That is a very old way of thinking. I went to Cancun as I did my research, contacted many patients who had my procedures done with fantastic results. Believe me I tried lots of things before and nothing gave me the results I have now at age 60. Go for it.
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