Find Reliable Eye Treatment at Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte
Many changes happen to the eye region with aging. Wrinkles occur around the eyes due to overactive muscle activity, volume loss and poor eyelash growth. Various treatments can address the unique issues of periorbital (around the eye) skin.
Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte utilizes a wide variety of treatments to aid in the restoration of the skin and the reduction of crow’s feet and wrinkles. Effective procedures for crow’s feet include neuromodulators, advanced skin-care products, laser resurfacing, Microneedling with RF (Radio Frequency), etc.
Crow’s feet refer to wrinkles at the outer portion of the eyes. Crow’s feet are associated with aging changes in the skin as well as the muscle movement caused by facial expressions. Frequent exposure to sun and cigarette smoke results in premature skin wrinkling. Neuromodulators relax the muscles that causes these lines.
Dark Circles Under the Eyes
When a person gets older, the skin that covers your eyelids gets thinner, which can lead to the blood vessels looking more obvious and giving them a darker look. Excess pigment may also be present. Dark eyelids can also usually occur when there is swelling in the lower eyelids.
You can treat Dark Circles Under the Eyes with BBL, Erbium Laser Resurfacing, plus the use of a vascular laser. Good skincare products can help hide dark circles and improve the texture of the skin.
In our earlier years, the skin under the eyes is flat and has a naturally gentle, tense muscle tone. Age as well as other uncontrollable factors can cause muscles and skin to sag and fat to bulge out as a result. The most common names for the protrusion called blepharochalasis are under eye bag and baggy eyelid, this is a normal state caused by aging.
Bags appear under the eye because of pressure from the weight of lax muscles, ligaments that don’t hold, and sagging skin walls. Baggy eyelids are sometimes caused by the accumulating of extra fat behind the support wall. Sometimes eye bags are caused by relaxed extra skin that needs to be tightened. Sometimes, it is also simply the result of thickened eye lid muscles. Bags on the upper eyelids can actually be the result of drooping eye brows.
Treatment options include topical products to help tighten the sagging skin as well as laser treatments. Dermal fillers are often helpful if volume loss is present.