Eye Cosmetic Surgery

Having eye cosmetic surgery is less expensive, faster, and easier than ever before. It is healthy to seek to put your best foot forward. Cosmetic aesthetic procedures have been known to do just that. Cosmetic surgery has been around for, literally, ages. Surgical procedures have long been used, both, ritualistically and to improve a person's appearance. For over 4,000 years, reconstructive procedures have been performed. Though a slow progression, the beginnings of plastic surgery evolved from skin grafts, incisions, skin removals and reconstruction to full blown cosmetic intent. Embraced in the late 19th century, surgeons in America took reconstructive procedures to new heights and branched off toward elective aesthetic procedures. Coming from very unlikely circumstances, aesthetic surgery was phenomenally bolstered by the treatment of men during World War I. Scores of severely scarred veterans returned home from war, to complete rejection, from the people who were supposed to welcome them with open arms. That is when doctors realized that individual success and ability to gain wealth in the world was directly correlated with a person's appearance; most of the time. Nose, ear, chin, and eye cosmetic surgery was expressly needed by many. The destructive nature of modern weaponry caused untold scarring and disfigurement. As doctors charged in to facilitate recovery; the element of aesthetic facial reconstruction was a critical aspect to the full recovery process. All parts of the anatomy were affected; however the face and, in particular, the features had to be realigned.

Forming and then taking a lead role in the new area of practice, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASPRS) developed in order to regulate and train this new segment of doctors. The members of the ASPRS established the first qualifying exam ever given in the US for plastic surgeons. Eye cosmetic surgery, along with many new aesthetic procedural techniques, was developed. Beginning in the late 1960s and the early 1970s, plastic surgeons refined their skills and techniques. Procedures of all types were developed. New surgeries were derived from the previous types. Ensuring a permanent place in the medical field, Joseph E. Murray was awarded a Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine; in 1990. Because of Dr. Murray's work, the field of plastic surgery was expanded and readily accepted; not only for it's aesthetic outcomes but the realization of the multitude of applications it could have within the medical community. Previously, it was thought that only adult patients could benefit from plastic surgery. But, after much observation and research there were three other overwhelmingly pervasive outcomes: 1) early surgical correction of a deformity could repair and prevent future malformation, 2) an apparent unevenness in growth patterns could be detected early and corrected, and 3) for children and youth, the timing of the procedure is especially critical. Though eye cosmetic surgery was not explicitly studied, it stands to reason that if the eye were the culprit, then the correction would happen on or in the eye; as with any other body part.

There are a number of different types of cosmetic surgery procedures available to just about anyone. "Early the next morning Abraham got up and saddled his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about." (Genesis 22:3) However, it is important that a medical and psychological assessment be taken before any procedure takes place. Some people obsess about their looks. There are those who, exaggeratedly, feel a need to improve a certain feature. They have one procedure done, then another, then a third; on the same body part. The need to keep doing the same procedure over and over may indicate something more that a desire to have a certain appearance. There may, in fact, be a undiagnosed mental condition at play here. In that case, the person would be a very poor candidate for plastic surgery. With the expansive menu of procedures that are available, a person could conceivably look like someone else instead of an updated version of themselves. In addition to eye cosmetic surgery there are other treatments for the rejuvenation of eyes; including Botox injections and laser skin resurfacing. In each area of the face, there are many other processes and procedures that can be undertaken for a more youthful appearance.

Cosmetic procedures may be more common than you think. Each year, more than 100,000 people (females and males) select eye cosmetic surgery to enhance their appearance. Some do it for medical reasons. Droopy eyelids can sometimes be the cause of vision impairment. But more likely, the person wants to look younger than they are. Plus, bags and puffiness under the eyes cause a person to look worn out. The eye cosmetic surgery alone cannot lighten dark circles, diminish fine lines or remove wrinkles that have formed around a person's eyes, but there are complementary procedures that can. Along with a browlift, a facelift, and/or skin resurfacing, excellent results could be achieved. To be certain all of these procedure carry with them risks. Some of the risks include; a) scarring, b) bleeding, c) infection, d) nerve damage, e) allergic reactions, f) unending pain, g) asymmetry, and worst of all h) dissatisfaction with the results. A person must fully understand that the surgeon is not a miracle worker. Although there are come indicators and predictors of possible surgery outcomes, no eye cosmetic surgery procedure is 100% guaranteed to look and feel exactly as an individual may have imagined it.

Cosmetic Eye Surgery

Cosmetic eye surgery is one of many forms of cosmetic procedures that are used to repair or enhance the signs of aging. Eye procedures allow for surgical methods to fix sagging and drooping of the eyelids. This type of technique is done by a plastic surgeon and can often be performed in office or at a hospital. Custom lasik eye methods are another way that the eyes can be enhanced. Corrective surgery on eyes can allow the individual freedom from wearing glasses or contact lenses. This surgical procedure is performed by a certified lasik surgeon and can be found through the Internet or from a referral given by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is for individuals with vision problems such as myopia or astigmatism. This procedure is much more specialized to the needs of the patient than other lasik procedures may be. With any major surgery there are some risks that must be understood before undergoing surgery. Also, costs are a major factor.

For women over 40 when drooping and sagging of the eyelids becomes much more noticeable and profound it may be important to look at enhancement options. As this sagging skin becomes unsightly for individuals, the care of a plastic surgeon is often sought. A surgical procedure is about the only cure for this sagging and drooping. Some types of injections may be able to help improve the appearance of wrinkles and sagging around the eyes, but sagging in the eyelid will be removed most efficiently with some type of cosmetic eye surgery.

If the individual is not fond of wearing glasses or feels it is an inconvenience to worry with corrective lenses, they may seek the help of a certified lasik surgeon. Custom lasik eye surgery is sometimes used, like cosmetic surgeries, to help improve an individuals looks. Unlike other forms of lasik surgery, custom lasik surgery is used in individuals who have severe vision problems such as astigmatism where the corneas are often asymmetrical. The procedure of this type often requires more time and preparations, including a 3-D map of the actual eye, allowing the doctor to view all irregularities of the corneas. This can be an efficient way to relieve vision problems.

While both surgeries are popular procedures, they are surgical procedures that carry risks. With cosmetic eye surgery, the results may not be as great as the patient hoped. The area beneath the eye can appear hollow if too much is removed. A problem of this nature would require a second surgical procedure to be performed in order to fix the problem. Custom lasik surgery can lead to problems with night vision or blurred vision. With both types of surgeries, infections can be a point of concern that may arise. It is very important to seek the care of qualified medical professionals in order to reduce the risk of problems developing during or after surgery.

The cost of both surgeries can be quite high, especially since insurance coverage is not available because these procedures are considered to be cosmetic enhancements. It is difficult to pinpoint the cost of cosmetic eye surgical procedures because the prices vary drastically from on city to another. Also, the quality of the doctor and facility is factored into the costs, along with fees for preliminary visits and anesthesia. The price of lasik surgery will vary. Regular lasik procedures cost between $1400 and $2000, depending on the location and the physician. For the custom procedure, many surgeons will charge anywhere from $200 to $500 more per eye. A high end surgeon performing a custom procedure will cost around $3000.

Cosmetic surgeries are used to enhance the features of an individual. Often these are procedures are not necessary, but may increase the self-esteem or confidence of an individual. Custom lasik surgery can be very helpful in restoring vision and reducing or ending the need to use corrective lenses. While this is usually considered a cosmetic procedure, it is much more useful than plastic surgery and other forms of cosmetic enhancements. With cosmetic eye surgery and lasik procedures, the patient must understand the risks that may be involved with the surgical procedures. One very serious risk that can come from both procedures is infections. Also, the point of costs of both procedures is a factor of concern, especially with insurance coverage not being an option. Choosing to enhance physical features or the appearance of an individual is a very interesting topic and should be well-thought out before making the choice. Many times, these procedures are chosen out of vanity. For Christians, the choice of pride over humility should not be considered. "A man's pride shall bring him low: but honour shall uphold the humble in spirit." (Proverbs 29:23). Most importantly, each person should remember how God spent time carefully knitting them together as the person He meant them to be.





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