With summer here, we crave that lush, full, luxurious head of hair more than ever for those sunny beachside shots. But for many who are follicularly challenged, it’s simply not an option. People try to take the best possible care of their hair, using the right products and vitamins and eating the right foods, only to discover their once-lustrous hair is now a thing of the past. Perhaps it comes as no surprise then, that more people are now considering hair transplants to help regain the hair that has been lost due to thinning and balding associated with age.
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Years ago, the approach to restoring a youthful look to the eyes was to take away as much as possible, but this hallowed the upper eyelid giving patients a skeletal look; notes New York based plastic surgeon Oren Tepper, MD.
Today, most people are now approaching it with moderation making a nice skin excision to remove fat and building volume around the upper eye region.
Flash sales, Groupons, billboards swathed with “before and after,” ads featuring scantily clad women showing off their new implants on the bus next to you at a stoplight. I’ve seen too much. Too much skin, too many sales, too many ‘deals of a lifetime’ to compel people to base a decision to use a specific doctor on the physician’s ability to purchase an ad or airtime.