In recent years, more and more seniors and those of the “baby boomer” generation have been turning to cosmetic surgery for a rejuvenated, youthful appearance in order to remain in the workforce and put off retirement. Regardless of experience and seniority, an aging appearance tends to put individuals at a disadvantage, especially in an increasingly youth-focused society.
Finding the Advantage in Your Career
Frown lines, sagging skin, and crow’s feet not only add years to one’s appearance, but can make a person look tired, angry, or sad regardless of how they feel on the inside, which can interfere with a person’s job performance as well as his or her perception among co-workers and bosses. Even a subtle procedure, such as Botox or filler injections, can give older men and women the revitalized look they need to feel confident and postpone retirement.
One of the most popular operations among aging individuals is blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, in which the upper and lower eyelids are tightened and lifted to remove wrinkles, crow’s feet, bags and sagging skin. With an exceptional oculoplastic surgeon (eye plastic surgeon), patients can achieve a natural, supple appearance that does not look plastic or overly tight.
Unlike traditional plastic surgery, many popular cosmetic procedures do not require downtime and do not result in obvious side effects. For example, the amount of recovery time needed for a blepharoplasty is typically no more than a week or two, allowing patients to get back to work sooner, looking as though they have just been on a vacation rather than getting work done.
Contact TabanMD for a Cosmetic Surgery Consultation Today!
If you are ready to turn back the clock on your appearance and gain the refreshed look you need to stay competitive and confident in the workplace, please schedule an appointment with Dr. Mehryar (Ray) Taban. As a skilled oculoplastic surgeon (cosmetic eyelid plastic surgeon), Dr. Taban and his team work closely with each patient to create a customized treatment plan.
Call (877) 697-4586 or contact us online today to learn more.
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