THE FACE is the most expressive part of the body, and THE EYE REGION IS THE MOST EXPRESSIVE PART OF THE FACE.
THE EYE REGION IS THE PART THAT BEST EXPRESSES OUR STATE OF MIND.
The eye region is also the first to show signs of age. These are crows' feet, bags of fat, excess skin on the lids, falling eyebrows, which convey a tired and laden expression.
Other factors can aggravate this appearance, such as renal problems, thyroid pathologies, lifestyle, and insufficient sleep (there is no better make-up than a good night's sleep).
Once other factors contributing to this laden and tired look have been dismissed, surgery can offer an excellent rejuvenating result, since each case is evaluated individually and the need to COMBINE WITH OTHERS FACIAL SURGERIES to achieve the desired effect is analyzed.
Lift Frontal Videoendoscópico
Eyelid surgery is one of the facial surgical procedures that is most difficult to evaluate. If evaluation is not correct, eyelid surgery can bring a result opposite to that desired, even emphasizing the appearance of aging.
It is often NECESSARY TO RAISE THE EYEBROWS to prevent the need for excessive skin and fat removal from the upper lid, making it necessary to combine blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) with frontoplasty.
Both bring notable results with no visible scars.
Dr Júlio Stédile was one of the pioneering doctors in Brazil and the world to use the Videoendoscopic Frontal Lift technique, having developed technical details that dispense with the use of internal stitches in the forehead, based on the study of vectors of the radial forces of musculature in facial expression and the scull.
Upper lids withdrawn into the socket (sunken or deep eyes) convey an unhealthy appearance and aging. This problem can be corrected by a specific technique that repositions the eyelid tissue, providing a happier and healthier expression.
Dr. Júlio Stédile has great experience in Otorhinolaryngological and Facial Plastic Surgery, being one of the global authorities in this area.
CHOOSE YOUR SURGEON WISELY. There is a significant difference between the quality of medical work, in much the same way as there is in other professions (lawyers, teachers, carpenters, baby-sitters, etc.).
DIFFERENT SURGEONS HAVE DIFFERENT TRAINING, DIFFERENT WAYS OF WORKING AND ACHIEVE SIGNIFICANTLY DIFFERENT SURGICAL RESULTS.