Dr. Julián Sánchez Cruz
Blepharoplasty, or surgery circles, is a surgical procedure to correct the defects of the eyelids, and sagging and excess skin or the appearance of ba Blepharoplasty, or surgery circles, is a surgical procedure to correct the defects of the eyelids, and sagging and excess skin or the appearance of bags. Through this intervention eyelid surgery, bags and eye edges, removed and rearranged excess skin, muscle of the eyelids, both above and below tightens and localized fat is extracted to remove the bags that form around eye. With eyelid surgery is improved and rejuvenates the appearance and expression of that area of the face, correcting the defects of the eyelids which give a tired and aged appearance to the face. ...
Ptosis is the fall of the eyelid as a result of relaxation of the muscles that hold it. This is one of the most common eyelid malpositions, and can oc Ptosis is the fall of the eyelid as a result of relaxation of the muscles that hold it. This is one of the most common eyelid malpositions, and can occur in patients of all ages either muscle weakness as desanclaje the tendon of the muscle. With regard to its causes, there are numerous, from injuries to neurological factors. They all cause difficulty in vision, so it is necessary to surgically intervene in order to repair the tendon or muscle shortening, as the case of that question. Various techniques exist for these interventions will depend on the condition of each patient eye. ...
The oculoplastics is responsible for the pathologies and other aesthetic or functional problems affecting the structures surrounding the eye: orbit, The oculoplastics is responsible for the pathologies and other aesthetic or functional problems affecting the structures surrounding the eye: orbit, eyelids and tear ducts. The solutions are used most frequently are blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery, the application of Botulinum Toxin Type A and other aesthetic medicine treatments. The first aims to eliminate the tired look through the removal of excess skin and fat from the upper and lower eyelids. The second consists of applying micro injections of this toxin as a muscle relaxant to reduce or eliminate wrinkles on the forehead, sides of eyes, crow's feet and frown. This technique is performed in doctor's office and does not require admission. ...
Pterygium and pinguecula are two abnormal lumps in the conjunctiva of the eye that often emerge because of excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays. Tha Pterygium and pinguecula are two abnormal lumps in the conjunctiva of the eye that often emerge because of excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays. That's why doctors stress the importance of protecting the eyes from the sun. Specifically, pterygium appears as fleshy tissue on the cornea, its size may vary, and accordingly the treatment can range from applying drops to surgery. Meanwhile, pinguecula springs as a yellowish bump on the white of the eye. In this case, not grow over the cornea, usually not require any specific treatment unless it affects vision, in which case it would need to be removed by surgery. ...
Tearing or watery eyes is excessive tearing, which is generated when the duct that drains tears into the nose is clogged or malfunctioning. One of the most common causes of tearing is dry eyes. Dryness causes the eyes to produce too many tears and, therefore, excess tearing occurs. Irritation, infection or the growth of eyelashes into the eye may develop watery eyes. Although there are other common causes such as allergies to dust and mold that can cause conjunctivitis or tearing. ...
Skin wrinkles are formed by the passage of time and aging. The skin is deteriorating by gravity and external factors that are detrimental as too much sun, snuff, no rest or some diseases. It is very important to keep the skin clean and moisturized and avoid long exposure to the sun to prevent the process accelerates. To remove wrinkles there are different beauty treatments. ...
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