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SPRING INTO BEAUTY 

A Cosmetic Beauty Event April 18 and 20. 
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In Office Cosmetic Procedures

David Silbert, MD, FAAP has been administering Botox since 1993, when it was originally used to treat strabismus and other eye conditions. Ophthalmologists have been using Botox for over 30 years to treat these, and a variety of other disorders, including eyelid spasm and eye muscle disorders.

Dr. Silbert precise eye and experience have made him the “go to” physician for patients looking for refined and careful Botox treatment. 

Botox’s smoothing effect on skin is effective in eliminating or reducing wrinkles on the face, such as crow’s feet, smile line, forehead lines caused by raising eyebrows, and the space between the eye brows over the bridge of the nose. Botox injections relax the muscles in these areas, causing them to not move as much while the patient makes certain facial expressions.

Juvederm is a “next-generation” filler that is made from hyaluronic acid. This naturally occurring substance in your skins helps to add volume and hydrate the skin. The effects can last up to one year. A Juvederm injection flows easily into the skin and a provides a smooth, natural look and feel as it fills wrinkles, laugh lines, or other areas where wrinkles are prevalent.

Juvederm and Botox nicely complement each other, and can be administered at the same visit.

 

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Before Botox Treatment
Before Botox Treatment

After Botox Treatment
After Botox Treatment

Cosmetic Services for Adults

Blepharoplasty

Usually inherited, the skin of the eyelids become loose and fat bulges forward, also known as hooding. A Blepharoplasty is the surgery that is performed to remove excess tissue from the eyelids. Blepharoplastys can also be performed for medical purposes. A Lower eyelid blepharoplasty is almost always considered cosmetic.

Abnormally low upper eyelids can develop when the tendon of the muscle that lifts the upper lid stretches causing the upper lid(s) to be low. This occurs with one or both upper lids. Surgery can be performed to lift the lids. Most often, a ptosis repair is performed to improve vision and, more often than not, is covered by insurance.

Brow Lift

Eyebrow and Forehead Lifting addresses eyebrow position and loose or wrinkled forehead skin and underlying tissue. Eyebrow position changes as we age. Our natural eyebrow position, the effects of gravity and fat deflation, how active our eyebrow and forehead muscles are, and previous eyelid, eyebrow or forehead surgeries, all contribute to the position our eyebrows are in today. There are several types of eyebrow and forehead lifts. The type you choose will depend on your current eyebrow position, facial structure, and on what is possible to maximize your appearance.

BOTOX ® and XEOMIN®

BOTOX® (onabotulinumtoxinA) are injected into problem areas on the face such as crows feet, brow lines and wrinkles.

Medically, BOTOX®  can be used for uncontrolled muscle contractions of the eyelid called a “blepharospasm.”

Both products do an excellent job of smoothing wrinkles, facial lines and crows feet. The benefits typically last 3 – 4 months and can take years off your appearance.

Fillers

Each filler is a clear gel of hyaluronic acid that is specifically formulated to act like your body’s naturally produced hyaluronic acid. Initial results last up to 6 months and most patients follow a regimen for longer lasting results.

Laser Treatments (Resurfacing)

Laser resurfacing is a treatment to reduce facial wrinkles and skin irregularities, such as blemishes or acne scars. The technique directs short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at irregular skin, precisely removing skin layer by layer.

Ptosis

Upper eyelids can develop laxity or looseness when the the muscle that lifts the upper lid stretches causing the upper lid(s) to droop. This can occur with one or both upper lids. Surgery can be performed to lift the lids. Most often, a ptosis repair is performed to improve vision and, more often than not, is covered by insurance.

Skin Tightening


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Conestoga Eye provides the full range of medical care for your eyes, including but not limited to the conditions listed below. As always, please call our office to talk about your specific concerns and schedule an appointment.

More information and images on Conestoga Eye’s cosmetic procedures is coming soon.


Services – Adult Cosmetic

Updated on 2017-03-03T15:08:34+00:00, by admin.