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Old 01-16-2012, 04:12 AM   #11
 
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well, I believe that you can discuss your desired output with your surgeon before undergoing eyelift surgery. I heard that technology today is capable of providing 3D sketch/output before you submit yourself to surgery. why not ask your doctor first if he can provide you that


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Old 01-26-2012, 12:24 PM   #12
 
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The days when elective surgery was uncommon for me are long gone. I've seen plenty of men come into my plastic surgeon's office for eye lifts and botox and boy they look great! Dr. Studin is who I see when I'm in New York and he's done wonders to conceal my crow's feet and sagging eye lids. I highly recommend him. He has pictures of his work up on his site so you can see for yourself: Laser Eye Lift | Dr. Joel Studin Webplastics.com

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Old 09-19-2012, 10:03 PM   #13
 
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I think the key to doing eye lift surgery on men is to be super conservative. Men shouldn't go for full correction... I think under-correcting would be better than over-correcting. The problem with most plastic surgeons is they are too aggressive with eye lifts (regardless of gender).
I agree with this. Moderation is key. Don't go full out on your first go. At least if you get it 'under-corrected', you can always go back. If you have it over-corrected, it's harder to reconstruct because the damage is already done.

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