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Do you feel that you look “tired” and older than you are? Are your eyes starting to show signs of aging? Often, drooping and baggy skin around the eyes is the cause. Today, many people have cosmetic eye procedures to improve their looks and vision. BOTOX® injections are one such medical procedure.. The shape and tone of the skin around your eyes should give you a look of vitality and youthfulness. If they don’t, perhaps you should consider eye services.
Schedule a consultation with the Glasgow, Kentucky cosmetic eye specialists of McPeak Vision Partners to see if BOTOX® is right for you.
The eyes are the windows to the soul, but also one of the first areas to show signs of aging. Crows feet, frown lines and other small wrinkles, and bags under the eyes can make one appear tired or older than our age. These changes often appear as early as the late 20’s.
BOTOX® is a medical procedure that can turn back these signs of aging and make your eyes appear brighter and refreshed. By relaxing the muscles around the eyes BOTOX® was first developed by an ophthalmologist decades ago and has been safely used to treat a variety of medical conditions such as crossed eyes, eyelid or facial spasms. While treating these medical conditions, ophthalmologists noted the added beneficial cosmetic effects resulting from relaxation of the muscles around the eyes and face.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is now the most popular non-surgical minimally invasive cosmetic treatment in the world. Men and Women alike are enjoying the benefits of a more refreshed, youthful appearance.
At McPeak Vision Partners in the Glasgow, Kentucky area, we are fortunate to have doctors who specialize in cosmetic eye procedures. Our doctors perform both cosmetic eye procedures for patients interested in a more youthful appearance and for patients with medical problems that affect their eyes such as eyelid or facial spasms.
Our doctors can restore a more youthful appearance to your eyes by performing a BOTOX® injection procedure.
Schedule a complimentary consultation online, or call (270) 651-2181 to schedule an appointment with the expert cosmetic eye doctors at McPeak Vision Partners today.
Thinking about getting a cosmetic eye procedure to recapture that youthful appearance? Book a consultation with the highly trained and trusted cosmetic eye doctors of McPeak Vision Partners in and around the Glasgow, KY area.
We’ll work with you to determine the best course of treatment for your needs.
The cost varies depending on the area of treatment and number of units of BOTOX Cosmetic required for optimal results. During your consultation, your treatment provider will assess your needs, discuss your goals, and recommend a treatment plan tailored to you.
The eyes are usually the first facial component to demonstrate a noticeable age-related loss of attractiveness. A person who is physically and psychologically healthy is ready to consider cosmetic eye procedures whenever an improvement is desired.
Yes. Cosmetic eye services for men have become increasingly popular. Men can also benefit from a more relaxed, youthful and refreshed look.
Yes! Most semicircular rims of depression are the result of a relative deficiency of bone along the upper cheek with secondary sagging of the cheek’s fat pockets and muscles. Since the primary purpose of BOTOX® is to relax facial muscles, undereye injections can help reduce under eye circles and bags when used in conjunction with other treatments such as injections with dermal fillers.
BOTOX is a highly purified medicine containing minuscule amounts of the protein produced by a type of bacteria under precisely controlled laboratory conditions. BOTOX® Cosmetic is injected in very low doses into the overactive muscles that cause crow’s feet and frown lines to form, causing them to be temporarily weakened or inactivated.
BOTOX Cosmetic is one of the most researched and carefully monitored medications in the world. In experienced hands, BOTOX Cosmetic is a safe, predictable treatment used to temporarily soften and eliminate unwanted facial wrinkles and creases.
Patients may need to refrain from taking some medications and supplements for a few days prior to treatment. If you’re taking medications or supplements, please tell your treatment provider before receiving treatment.
BOTOX Cosmetic lasts an average of 3-4 months or longer. Once injected, it takes a few days for the first effects to be seen and the full effect of the treatment takes two weeks to develop.
There is no downtime following a BOTOX Cosmetic treatment. Patients may return to work and resume normal activities right away. Some may experience slight redness, swelling or bruising at the injection site, but this will gradually diminish within a few hours to days following the procedure.
Yes. BOTOX® Cosmetic will smooth unwanted wrinkles without drastically changing your appearance. The targeted muscles are simply relaxed, so you can still smile, look surprised, and make natural facial expressions.
Yes, but not drastically. Conservatism is key.
Oculoplastic surgeons are ophthalmologists (eye doctors) who have specialized in eyelid and facial plastic surgery. Oculoplastic surgeons are trained to do many different types of eyelid and facial surgery, ranging from simple eyelid malposition to more complex reconstruction involving the eyelids and surrounding forehead, temporal, and cheek areas. They understand the delicate anatomy and function of the eyelids and their surrounding structures. As well as the eyelids, they specialize in the lacrimal (tear) system, the orbit (bone cavity around the eye), adjacent periocular (around the eyes) and facial structures, and the forehead and cheeks. Oculoplastic surgeons are also known as ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons and oculo-facial surgeons.
Oculoplastic surgeons assess the surface health of the eyes and function of the eyelids prior to eyelid plastic surgery.
As dedicated eyelid plastic surgeons, an oculoplastic surgeon routinely does surgeries in these areas, and recognizes potential problems.
Oculoplastic surgeons are trained to manage the complications of eyelid and facial plastic surgery which can involve the eye itself.