Today, many people complain of tired appearance, regardless of age. When asked why they look tired, they are uncomfortable with either dark circles under the eyes, bags, crow’s feet lines or the droopy appearance of the upper eyelid. Aesthetics around the eyes provide solutions to these complaints.
Although different age groups from 20 years old to 70 years old face similar problems, the solution suggestions for eye aesthetics vary depending on the age and the problem.
It is of great importance to question the thyroid disease, which is very common in our country, in the problem of dark circles and bags under the eyes that occur in young and middle ages. Especially in the presence of Hashimoto’s disease or a thyroid nodule, the lower eyelid is particularly affected. The presence of this condition affects the treatment method and results. Apart from this, if there is a familial dark circle condition, the procedures that will increase the skin quality and provide lightening will have a great contribution in the protocol to be followed. These procedures, which can be applied from the age of 20, include especially hyaluronic acid-containing mesotherapy, products that will provide light and illumination, salmon DNA vaccine and polynucleotide injections. Although PRP injection is extremely successful in illuminating the eye area, it is a more appropriate procedure to be performed from the age of 40.
By the age of 30, crow’s feet lines begin to appear around the eyes. The clarification of these lines causes the eyebrows to fall down, and the eye area begins to look old and wrinkled. With the botox application at the dose and on the spot, both the lines are opened and the fallen eyebrow returns to its former level. When it is done together with the forehead, the desired eyebrow shape is also achieved. Especially starting to apply botox at these ages prevents the lines from getting deeper.
In the 40s, drooping and excess skin on the upper eyelid is another form of aging. Sometimes, bags under the eyes may also occur. In some cases, we can reduce this bagging by applying under-eye fillers and botox. Especially highlighting the cheekbone, known as the highlight application, which is the most popular among filler applications, provides a significant improvement in the lower eyelid. Apart from this, it is possible to remove more prominent under-eye bags with a small operation. After this surgery, which we have applied frequently recently, both under-eye bags are reduced and postoperative bruising and swelling are much less common.
Upper eyelid surgery, which we consider as the most comfortable surgery among aesthetic surgeries, has a great effect on rejuvenating the eye area. In those who have a fleshy upper eyelid and have problems with eyeshadow or pencil drawing, both excess oil and excess skin on the eyelid are removed, allowing more eyes to appear.
In my opinion, the injection of fat and stem cells to the face and around the eyes during eyelid surgery is the bonus of this surgery. The stem cell in the adipose tissue both nourishes the skin tissue, tightens the pores and increases the blood supply to the skin.
Optimal results are obtained if the procedures for the person, gender, age and complaints are specially planned for the eye area aesthetics. The most important thing is to plan according to age. Unfortunately, some procedures and operations performed at a very young age cause the person to look older, not younger.
When a good and reliable road map is drawn in your hand, you will catch your beauty and the good appearance of your age in later years.