Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year!
Are you thinking about finding the right procedure for a refreshed and natural look? The new year is a great time to look and feel your best. During the month of January, Dr. Gilbert will be waiving his consultation fee ($100). Make sure to mention this promotion when calling us at 617.479.1492 to make your appointment.
Who doesn’t want to look fabulous during the holidays? The problem is, a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance takes time and planning. Now that summer is over, now is the time to make an appointment with your board-certified plastic surgeon. While it might feel too early to start thinking about your Thanksgiving dinner or that New Year’s celebration, keep in mind that while some techniques can provide immediate results, most take weeks for the full benefits to become apparent. This list of the top five procedures to get you ready for the holidays can ensure you look your best for the season’s festivities, but start planning now. continue reading and reprinted from the ASPS blog
During the month of January, Dr. Gilbert is waiving his consultation fee ($100.00). Book your appointment now and make sure to mention this holiday special. Call 617-479-1492 to make your appointment.
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Has anyone asked you lately – are you OK? You look tired… BUT you feel fine?! This is the classic question for the patient who is nearing the time for eyelid surgery.
Eyelid surgery will freshen up the eye area, making you appear more rested, alert and even happy! And believe me, you will be HAPPY with how you look after this surgery. read more about eyelid surgery
reprinted from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Over the years, eyelids can start to sag. Not only can they make a person look older, but they may feel very heavy. If you are experiencing droopy lids, you may wonder if an elective blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is right for you.
Several changes occur in our eyelids as we age. By your late 30s or early 40s, the thin skin of our eyelids starts to lose its elasticity and begins to stretch, resulting in excess folds of skin that may actually hang down over the edge of the upper eyelids. In most people, this skin is the “first to go.” You may feel an extra heaviness in the upper lid or feel the skin sitting on your lashes. In some cases, a forehead lift might also be advised to increase peripheral vision. Reprinted from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons – read more…