Oftentimes, disfigurations, deformities, and defects of the eyelids calls for the need for Blepharoplasty in Sydney. Over the years, Sydney has experienced tremendous breakthrough in the field of cosmetic surgery. Blepharoplasty and thread lift are the major landmarks in cosmetic medicine. Both procedures are necessary in the modification or correction (or combination of both) of the lower and upper eyelids, the surrounding eyebrow tissues, the upper nasal-bridge area, as well as the upper portions of the cheeks.
The two procedures resolve the functional and cosmetic problems of the face especially the eyebrows and the cheek areas. The following are the advantages of the two cosmetic procedures:
• They aim at restoring the normal functioning of affected eyelid(s)
• They restore the aesthetics of the eye-region of the face
• They eliminate excess skin and fat tissues from the eyelid(s)
• They smoothens the underlying eye muscles
• They tighten the supporting structures by resecting and re-draping excess fat of the retroseptal area of the eye, especially the sockets
• They produce a smooth anatomic appeal right from the lower eyelid to the cheeks
Thread lift is a specialized procedure that helps to regenerate, to rejuvenate, and to improve the structure of the face. It is similar to a surgical facelift but no surgical incision is required. The procedure involves the use of specialized soluble PDO (polydioxanone) threads that are introduced into the skin using very fine needles to lift the underlying tissues and muscles in order to improve the skin texture. The soluble PDO thread stimulates the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and elastin in the skin thereby keeping the skin look plump and youthful always.
Oftentimes, excess skin and fat on upper eyelid(s) can sometimes block vision, exhibit aged appearance, cause puffiness or create a heavy looking eyelid. Upper blepharoplasty is done to remove excess skin and fat so as to improve vision and add aesthetic appeal. Lower blepharoplasty is done to improve the shape of lower eyelid(s) by tightening the eyelid, removing excess skin, wrinkles and fat or adding fat to improve a “hollowed” appearance. It is also done to correct sagging and droopiness of lower eyelids.
In conclusion, blepharoplasty and thread lift procedures are safe and have limited potential risks and complications. Some of the few risks include scarring, infection, bleeding, dry eyes and inability to close the eyes. However, the advancement in modern technology and use of sophisticated equipment reduces such complications almost to zero.
In modern day urban areas, people have become more sedentary, and this has been closely associated with an increase in the number of people who are overweight or obese. This has been the impetus for a healthy lifestyle and diet. There is only so much that can be done with an exercise and diet regimen. Increasingly, people who want to get into a healthy lifestyle have to get a jumpstart.
Free from Distraction
For some, the only solution is to be secluded and away from all distractions. Health retreats are viable options for those who are desperate to get on the right track. It is not surprising that such a retreat can also garner a lot of support from couples and families. It is no secret that a lot of obese persons also have family members who are also overweight. This is very true for couples who have literally grown in weight because they share the same diet and lifestyle.
Couples can go to a retreat for their weight problems. Also called a “fat camp” usually by the members themselves, such a retreat not only addresses exercise and diet, it also treats possible eating disorders or any psychological block that can cause overeating or trigger binge eating. Typically, the retreat is a way for a person to understand that there is a problem and that it is treatable, and the treatment has to start with the person concerned. Having a partner around who is also in the same boat can be a big help as it can be a mutual support group of two.
Life reboots when the retreat ends
A weight loss retreat does have to end at some point. A person cannot hang on to a regimented life away from their work and family for an indefinite period of time. The retreat is a way to re-focus or re-group as it were. It is a way to get going and moving forward. Once a direction has been set, and the individual has been given the right directions, there should be no turning back. The real help given in a retreat is the education and the support to buttress the resolve needed to stick to a leaner diet, more exercise and to stick to the goals.
After the retreat, everything is as a fresh start. The individual is given the tools to move forward. There is also the promise that it can be done, and that there is a lot at stake. It means a lot to the individual participant to look in the mirror and see that things have changed after attending the retreat.