Eyelid drooping can be congenital or acquired. In recent years, aesthetic medicine has made tremendous progress in the treatment of drooping eyelids and signs of aging of the eye area. Using the latest methods, it is possible to achieve a rejuvenation of this area by 10 years or more, which was recently only possible with surgery (blepharoplasty).

Recently, radiofrequency devices are commonly used due to their high safety profile in the eye area.

As biocompatible materials, platelet-rich plasma or polynucleotides can be injected into the skin of the eye area even in allergic patients. It is excellent at revitalizing the skin (good results in firming, lightening dark circles and improving skin tone under the eyes).

Botulinum toxin is a powerful drug that, in the hands of a doctor, provides natural and predictable results in the eye area. It reduces excessive activity of the orbicularis eye muscle, which pulls the eyebrows down and is responsible for the formation of ‘crow’s feet’ and lower eyelid wrinkles. The correct dose of the toxin produces an “open eye” effect, improves the shape of the eyebrows and prevents the formation of deep wrinkles.


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  • Polynucleotides

  • Plasma

  • Botulinum toxin

  • Platelet-rich plasma and fibrin

  • Secret RF 2.0 (Micro-needle radiofrequency)