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Old 01-28-2008, 01:41 AM   #1
 
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Default at what age should one consider an eyelid lift?

is 37 too young?


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no i think i'm about to get eyelid surgery. the doctor said i could use it and maybe some fat sucked at too for my bags. BUT i don't want to get a hollow look and then have to get tear drop implants. i hope it doesn't make my skin too thin or change my eye shape. i don't think being 37 is too young but make sure the doctor doesn't change your eyes.... look at a lot of before and after. eye shape change could make u look like a different person and that would be horrible. u just want to look refreshed.

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You nailed it on the head pretty thing. Just take a look at Burt Reynolds or Dr. Phil's wife's alleged facelift, they look like they're a different race now! But what are tear implants?

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Most people who decide to have lower eyelid surgery are in their late 30s to mid 40s and beyond so if it is a problem for you I don't think it's too early.

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i had my eyes done and the skin is nice a tight but i feel like it lacks that fullness (not bags) under the eyes. where do u get these tear drop implants??? i have never heard of them? is it easy? please give me more information about these. I have a feeling i will have to fly somewhere else to get these as they seem rare.

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Eye lift I is one of those surgeries like liposuction that is appropriate for almost any age. because just as many people get it to change the shape of their eyebrows as there are people that get it for aging purpose.

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