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Archive | November, 2017

How to Get Rid of Swelling After a Blepharoplasty

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Having bags under your eyes and always looking tired isn’t something worth bragging about or updating your Facebook status over. And although you can try your hand at a few topical eye creams, nothing will do the trick quite like a blepharoplasty from Dr. Daniel Tresley. By removing excess fat and skin from either the upper or lower eyelids, a blepharoplasty gives patients a more youthful appearance.

Once you are sent home from surgery, you will experience some swelling for the first week or so which is very common. To help you alleviate this swelling, we have created a few useful and easy tips.

Ice It As You Mean It

Now, you’re not going to want to grab a giant bag of hard ice and place it over your eyes— look for something gentle like a soft gel ice pack. Remember that the skin around your eyes will be very sensitive, so you don’t want to put too much pressure on it. Try icing your eyes for about 10 minutes every 30-60 minutes depending on the severity of swelling.

Take Ibuprofen

Ibuprofen and other over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications may as well be your BFF after a blepharoplasty. By helping ease pain and get rid of inflammation, these types of pills are great. Make sure to consult Dr. Tresley before surgery if you suffer from any health conditions in which anti-inflammatory drugs aren’t recommended.

Raise It Up

Try to keep your head elevated as much as possible during the first week or two of recovery. We recommend patients use about two pillows to prop their head up every night— this will help get rid of fluid and inflammation in the process.

 

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How Can I Tell What Fillers Are Right for Me?

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Why would you go under the knife to correct fine lines and wrinkles when you don’t have to? Facial fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, and Radiesse can give patients similar results without having to undergo any surgery. And, with an expert injector like Dr. Daniel Tresley, you know that you will get great and natural results every time. So, how can you tell what fillers are right for you? Let’s take a closer look.

Consultation

Which filler that’s right for you? During you initial consultation Dr. Daniel Tresley to take a closer look at your skin and skin care concerns to help determine what exactly the best filler or combination of fillers is for you. For some, the granular texture of Restylane may be better for them whereas the smoother texture of Juvederm may be better for someone else.

Juvederm

Juvederm can be used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, add contour to cheeks, and even enhance your lips. Composed of hyaluronic acid, Juvederm is considered to be naturally derived.

Restylane

Although Juvederm can be used to add volume to the lips, Restylane is typically the better option because of the texture which allows Dr. Daniel Tresley for molding and shapes it into and around your lips— giving you the

Why would you go under the knife to correct fine lines and wrinkles when you don’t have to? Facial fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, and Radiesse can give patients similar results without having to undergo any surgery. And, with an expert injector like Dr. Daniel Tresley, you know that you will get great and natural results every time. So, how can you tell what fillers are right for you? Let’s take a closer look.

Consultation

Which filler that’s right for you? During you initial consultation Dr. Daniel Tresley to take a closer look at your skin and skin care concerns to help determine what exactly the best filler or combination of fillers is for you. For some, the granular texture of Restylane may be better for them whereas the smoother texture of Juvederm may be better for someone else.

Juvederm

Juvederm can be used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, add contour to cheeks, and even enhance your lips. Composed of hyaluronic acid, Juvederm is considered to be naturally derived.

Restylane

Although Juvederm can be used to add volume to the lips, Restylane is typically the better option because of the texture which allows Dr. Daniel Tresley for molding and shapes it into and around your lips— giving you the

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