Cosmetic Eye Procedures
When it comes to your eyes, don’t take chances. Be safe.
Eyelids and the surrounding areas are extremely delicate. Don’t risk your eyesight.
Choose our board certified ophthalmologists and surgeons to perform your cosmetic eye procedures. The same level of precision and care used in delicate eye operations is also applied to cosmetic eye procedures.
What is BOTOX® Cosmetic?
BOTOX® Cosmetic is the highly purified form of a natural protein produced by bacteria. This non-surgical treatment can smooth persistent lines on your face, even the furrows between your eyebrows.
Does a BOTOX® treatment hurt?
A treatment consists of a few tiny injections to the muscles that cause facial lines.
No anesthetic is needed.
The highly localized injections take about ten minutes and most people return to normal activities immediately.
Discomfort is minimal and any temporary bruising can be easily covered with makeup.
Permanent Eyeliner and Eyebrow: Micropigmentation
What is micropigmentation – permanent eyeliner and eyebrows?
Micropigmentation is a safe, effective procedure that adds permanent cosmetic color to eyelids and eyebrows.
How is permanent eyeliner and eyebrow pigmentation done?
Pigment is injected into the skin using a sterile needle or cluster of needles. A local or topical anesthetic is often used to minimize discomfort. Generally a simple procedure takes about an hour.
Are you a good candidate for micropigmentation?
Candidates for permanent cosmetics may include:
Someone who wishes to eliminate daily cosmetic application
People with cosmetic allergies
Those who have lost their eyebrows or eyelashes
Persons with motor skill or visual impairments that preclude makeup application
Those who need a waterproof, perspiration proof cosmetic solution.
The initial consultation with the doctor is an important part of the procedure. The doctor will review your health history and explain the risks. He or she will also help you choose the right pigmentation for your skin tone.
Does micropigmentation last forever?
While micropigmentation is typically called permanent makeup, it does not last forever. Over time, the pigments may lighten and need to be augmented.