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Aesthetic Eye-facial Treatments

What are Aesthetic Eye-facial Treatments?

The earliest signs of ageing are seen around the eyes – freckles, crow’s feet with puffiness, and the sagging of the upper and lower eyelids. On the face, age presents itself in the form of creases – seen in the forehead as the frown lines (glabella), around the eyes (crow’s feet or laugh lines) and sometimes around the rest of the face and mouth.


Oculoplastic allows for the application of minimally invasive techniques in enhancing the aesthetics of an individual. The use of modern techniques permits safe and predictable outcomes with minimal down time.

Aesthetic Eye-facial Treatments

Botulinum (Botox) Treatment

  • Relax muscles to visibly soften and minimise lines (frown lines, crow’s feet and laugh lines)

Tissue Fillers

  • Fill up grooves and depressions on the face to achieve a modest “face lift” effect
  • Improve under-eye dark circles, tear troughs and eye bags

Brow Lift

  • Elevate sagging brows and minimise appearance of forehead wrinkles

Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty (Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery)

  • Addresses droopy eyelids and appearance of sagging skin by removing excess skin/fat in the upper lid
  • Improves lower lid eye bags or under-eye hollows
  • Creates a more distinct upper lid crease for a larger eye effect
  • Reduces heaviness of eyelids

Mid-face Lift

  • Improves facial lines and minimises the cheek descent
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