The delicate skin around the eyes often is one of the first places we see fine lines and other early signs of aging. These signs can include sagging eyelids, wrinkles running horizontally along the forehead, or droopy brows. If you’re experiencing these changes, you might ask if you should get upper eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) or …Read More
Youthful Reflections: Michael A. Boggess, MD
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Brentwood, TN 37027
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Category Archives: Blepharoplasty
People considering cosmetic surgery often browse before-and-after photos of patients who had the same procedure they want before choosing a plastic surgeon. Along with patient reviews, B&A photos wield significant influence on a patient's choice of a surgeon. But what should you look for in photos if, for example, you thinking of eyelid surgery in …Read More
Are people asking if you feel tired even when you're well-rested? Have you noticed your peripheral vision getting worse? Those are 2 signs that it could be time to get blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) at our Brentwood, TN, practice south of downtown Nashville. The delicate skin around the eyes often shows early signs of aging, such …Read More
That old saying about the inevitability of death and taxes should have included a third unavoidable fact of life—wrinkles. Some of us start seeing the first signs of facial aging earlier than others, but at some point, the skin reveals the years we have lived. For women and men who remain active and feel youthful, …Read More
A year of wearing masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus has focused attention on the appearance of our eyes. Coupled with the transition to remote work and people spending hours a day on Zoom meetings, women and men are noticing how their eyes can show signs of aging or fatigue even when …Read More
During the pandemic, people are using video call platforms such as Zoom to work from home and connect socially with family and friends. These up close and personal meetings are leading many to people to analyze their facial features more than ever—and decide to fix those that make them self-conscious. We're seeing more people coming …Read More
Time affects us all, and our faces are no exception. Delicate facial skin, especially around the eyes, is one of the first areas to show signs of aging. Many people considering eyelid surgery ask in online forums if they should get traditional eyelid surgery or opt for a laser option. How exactly can patients tell …Read More
Sagging upper eyelids, dark circles under the eyes, and under-eye bags can make you look tired and old. Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, at my Brentwood practice is the ultimate solution for my patients' droopy and baggy eyelids. The procedure can be completed for either the upper or lower eyelids and, for some patients …Read More
Droopy eyelids don’t just make you look tired, they can also affect your vision. This sagging can be caused by a loss of skin elasticity or conditions affecting eye nerves or muscles such as a stroke, brain tumor, or cancer. If your sagging eyelids have altered your appearance or sight, you may want to consider …Read More
As people age, the skin of the upper eyelids begins to sag and droop due to loss of elasticity. The sagging skin can hang over the upper eyelid and lashes and cause visual field obstruction, and the fat around the eye can also protrude into the eyelid with age, resulting in a puffy appearance of …Read More
Worth Waiting For
We understand you want your facial plastic surgery right away, but this is an instance where patience pays off. Our surgeries are often booked out a few months because Dr. Boggess:
Is highly accomplished, and his services are in demand.
Takes his time to ensure outstanding safety, care, and results.
Offers personalized techniques that aren’t available elsewhere.