As we age, our skin begins to lose elasticity, and our muscles weaken, causing our skin to sag and droop. This can be particularly noticeable around the eyes, where the skin is thinner and more delicate. If you have had eyelift surgery in the past, you may have noticed that the results are not as impressive as you had hoped.
Eric Cerrati, MD, FACS, is a skilled and talented Salt Lake City plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing eyelift surgeries. He has the expertise to correct mistakes or other issues with your previous eyelift procedure through eyelift revision surgery.
So, when should you consider eye lift revision surgery? Here are some signs that you may need a revision:
Your Eyelids are Still Droopy
If your eyelids are still sagging after your initial surgery, it may be time for a revision. Various factors, including poor surgical technique or inadequate tissue removal, can cause this.
You Have Excess Skin or Fat
If you have too much skin or fat around your eyes, it can make your eyes appear puffy and tired. A revision surgery can help to remove this excess tissue and give you a more refreshed appearance.
Your Eyes Look Asymmetrical
If your eyes are not symmetrically aligned, it can be very noticeable and make you self-conscious. A revision surgery can help to correct this and give you a more balanced appearance.
You are Unhappy with the Results
Ultimately, if you are not happy with the results of your initial surgery, a revision may be the best option for you. It is important to discuss your concerns with Dr. Cerrati and determine if a revision can help you achieve the results you desire.
Revision Blepharoplasty in Salt Lake City, UT
It is important to note that revision surgery is more complex than the initial surgery and requires a highly skilled surgeon with experience in revision procedures. A consultation with Dr. Cerrati at our offices in Park City allows you to learn more about his qualifications and experience before committing to a revision procedure.
In addition, it is also important to have realistic expectations about the results of revision surgery. While a revision can often improve the appearance of your eyes, it may not be able to completely erase all of the signs of aging or correct all of the issues from the initial surgery. Dr. Cerrati can explain more and answer your questions after an exam and review of your past procedure.
If you are considering eye lift revision surgery, it is important to do your research, speak with Dr. Cerrati at length and have realistic expectations about the results. Contact us today at the offices of Eric Cerrati, MD, FACS, to learn more about eyelift revision surgery in Utah.
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