The role of the surgeon is to reanimate an extinct eye, lighten eyelid and eyebrow, and reboost cheekbones and teartrough, without distorting it.

This stunt will react to each type of eye with a range of gentle techniques such as botulinum toxin, hyaluronic acid fillers, blepharoplasty, lipofilling, peeling, PRP, “nano fat” temporal lift.

Reviving the eye

The first signs of aging after 30 years, will be a loss of radiance of the skin, appearance of wrinkles around the eyes, and lowering of the eyebrow.

These first signs will not require surgery and a simple peeling / botulinum toxin will raise the eyebrow of smooth crow’s feet and frown and sublime radiance of the skin.

Easing off the eye

After 35/40 years, it is at this point that the surgeon will remove the excess skin of the upper eyelid blepharoplasty ball according to technique.

Reboost the eye

It is after 45 years that the lower part of the eye ages, with the emergence of “pockets” lower eyelid and a loss in cheekbones volume giving a skeletonized appearance to the eye.

The surgeon should have a 3D look and analysis to manage them and the lipofilling technique will bring nartural and long lasting results.

Indeed contrary to popular belief, aging of the eyelids, and face more generally, is not only skin, but also the result of a bone atrophy and a shift of fat volumes.

Both volumizing, these fat particles millimeter accompanied by stem cells will have a restorative and revitalizing action for a rejuvenated skin.


If residual crumpled to the lower eyelid minimal blepharoplasty will complement the management of volumes.