Blepharoplasty - Restore a Youthful Appearance to the Eyes

New York City, New York (PressExposure) March 03, 2011 -- Blepharoplasty is among the top five procedures commonly sought after in the US for successfully addressing droopy or sagging upper eyelids. Today, patients can undergo a completely new form of blepharoplasty, Smartbleph, which can restore a youthful appearance to the eyes.

Smartbleph by Skilled Plastic Surgeons

Smartbleph is an ultramodern cosmetic procedure introduced by the plastic surgeons Dr Spero J Theodorou and Dr Christopher T Chia of bodySCULPT®. They use SmartSkin - a highly advanced laser skin care modality developed by Cynosure to provide treatment. Apart from removing the saggy look, Smartbleph can also remove the wrinkles and crow's feet that appear around the eyes as a part of the aging process. A smooth and firm eyelid is achieved by removing the excess skin which in some extreme cases overlaps the eye. Key features of the Smartbleph technique are:

  • Simple and easy to perform
  • Performed under local anesthesia
  • Minimal bleeding / bruising
  • Tightens skin and surrounding areas
  • Fast recovery
  • Inconspicuous surgical scars

The procedure is safe, convenient and does not cause much pain or discomfort.

Procedure Offered in a Safe, Comfortable Environment

Smartbleph is performed in a secure and comfortable surgical environment. The plastic surgeons ensure this by offering the procedure in the AAAASF accredited facility. They also attach primary importance to patient care so that there need not be any concern about risk or complications.

About MANHATTAN BLEPHAROPLASTY

bodySCULPT® is an acclaimed plastic surgery practice in Manhattan, New York City, dedicated to providing eyelid rejuvenation procedures. We use a new and improved blepharoplasty technique for upper eyelid rejuvenation - Smartbleph, developed exclusively by the plastic surgeons at bodySCULPT®.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 03, 2011 at 1:13 am
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