Addressing One of the Most Common Facial Concerns
Whether they are too baggy, too saggy, too dark, or have too many wrinkles, everyone has an opinion about their lower eyelids, and usually, it’s not a good one. The causes and reasons for why a person’s under eyes appear the way it does is long and varied. Often, what is being perceived by the patient can be addressed in many ways. Which is why it is critical to go to an expert, such as Dr. Whipple, for your treatment for lower eyelid & dark circles in Rochester, New York, because of her extensive knowledge in the eye as well as facial anatomy.
What It Treats
Under eye circles
Under eye bags
Under eye wrinkles
Drooping lower eyelids
Varies per procedure
Varies per procedure
How To Treat Lower Eyelid & Dark Circles in Rochester, New York
Some lower eyelid concerns are best addressed with fillers. Others with lasers. Still others require surgery. Many times the very best results come from combination treatments. It is impossible to know exactly which treatment is best for you without consulting with Dr. Whipple. During your consult, she will understand your concerns, perform a thorough evaluation, and offer her recommendation on the best treatment for lower eyelid & dark circles in Rochester, New York.
Benefits of A Corrective
Under Eye Procedure
Natural Looking Results
Most patients’ greatest fear is not looking like themselves or even worse, looking “fake.” Dr. Whipple prides herself on keeping you looking like the best version of you. Her philosophy is that cosmetic surgery should be virtually undetectable. People should see you look better but not know exactly how or why.
The Look You’ve Always Wanted
You don’t have to suffer from the bags under your eyes. Eyelid surgery is one of the few cosmetic surgeries that, when appropriately done, yields very natural results. Similarly, a quick in-office procedure can give you volume in your lower eyelids if they are hollow and finally resolve the dark circles that have been frustrating you.
Our providers will help you decide which filler will best suit your needs. Fillers usually last 6-18 months,
If you choose a non-surgical option to correct your lower eyelids, the downtime is minimal. There may be some mild bruising that can last a week or so. Additionally, the lower eyelids respond wonderfully to laser treatments. It is critical to go to a surgeon like Dr. Whipple, who not only has the expertise, but also has all the tools necessary to treat your concerns.