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Tarrant Plastic Surgery Believes the Eyes Have It
Date:8/22/2013

Keller, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2013

Tarrant Plastic Surgery, led by Dr. Vishnu Rumalla, wants to share some advice on how the spring and summer can affect the eyes. The long Texas summer is coming to a close and there are plenty of ways to prevent the affects of the sun and seasonal allergies.

The eyes have often been called the “windows” of the soul. While bright, open eyes and arching brows exude happiness and youth, droopy, heavy eyelids and brows convey a tired and sad look. In addition, eyes are often what begin to show age. The effects of time, gravity, the Texas sun and seasonal allergies gradually cause fine lines and wrinkles in and around the eyelids forming crow’s feet and leading to drooping of the eyelids and eyebrows.

Simple preventative measures like wearing sunglasses, sunscreen use and eye cream application may decelerate the signs of aging. In addition, seasonal allergy sufferers can benefit from good control of the condition through the help of their primary care doctor. Once the signs of aging have set in though, advanced non-surgical treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, and Retin A may reverse some of them. However, when the lines become more pronounced, the skin begins to droop and fall; then surgery is often required to reverse these signs of aging.

Surgeries designed to improve the eye region include blephoroplasty (eyelid rejuvenation) and browlift. Blepharoplasty procedures are performed to reduce lines, eliminate loose skin, eliminate bulging fat, tighten tissues and even gently reshape the eye. These procedures are performed through well hidden incisions that typically run in natural crease lines. Browlifts are designed to raise the eyebrows, improve their shape, and reduce forehead lines and wrinkles. In Dr. Rumalla’s practice, browlifts are mostly performed through small incisions in the hair-bearing scalp and are performed with the use of an endoscope (camera). Recovery from surgery is generally well tolerated with only minimal pain and some swelling. The swelling usually begins to subside within the first several days and even wear make-up. Patients will be thrilled with their new bright eyed look and how the years come off of their look.

At Tarrant Plastic Surgery they are committed to patients looking as young as they feel. Contact Dr. Rumalla today by calling (682) 200-6933 to schedule a consultation

About the company:
Dr. Vishnu Rumalla performs cosmetic surgery procedures for the entire body at his practice, which serves Fort Worth, Southlake, Keller, Tarrant and surrounding counties. From breast augmentation and tummy tuck, liposuction to reconstructive surgery, Tarrant Plastic Surgery offers treatments to address a wide variety of needs and goals. Tarrant Plastic Surgery also offers non-surgical inject able treatments, such as BOTOX® Cosmetic. Visit the website for more information: http://www.tarrantplasticsurgerydfw.com.

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