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With Botox, mesotherapy and plenty of sleep, it’s easier than you think to turn back the clock and defeat signs of ageing around the eyes, say experts. Whether competing with younger colleagues in the boardroom, or just wanting to look their best — more and more people are seeking a youthful appearance nowadays. And with the eyes being one of the first places to show signs of ageing, what can be done to rejuvenate this delicate area? “The eyes can show their age and look tired before the rest of the face,” says Dr Hossein Yavari, Specialist Dermatologist, Cosmesurge. “This is due to continuous movement around the eye area, as well as the thinness of the skin here. You should turn to surgical intervention if you have excess skin or deep wrinkles that can’t be treated by non-surgical treatments such as Botox and hyaluronic acids or fillers. Seek surgical intervention early on if it is an inherited trait, such as eye bags, or thick muscle rolls beneath the lower lashes, which can be seen in people as young as in their 20s,” he adds. Depending on their severity, concerns such as puffy eye bags can be a thing of the past through simple treatments at home. Dr Afschin Ghofrani, Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeon, Hand Surgeon and Medical Director and General Manager, Aestheticon Clinic, says, “Applying cold pads regularly and using an anti-swelling cream can help. If the puffiness is severe, the best choice is surgery for removal of the eye bags.” Help is also at hand for people who want to say goodbye to crow’s feet. Dr Ghofrani says, “If you already have wrinkles, Botox is the right choice. Otherwise, mesotherapy and gentle microdermabrasions will improve the skin texture over time.” Additionally, something else that can help rejuvenate your eyes is plenty of early nights. Mairead Wilkinson, Facialist at Pastels Salon, says, “To make the eye area look younger you need plenty of sleep, as our eyes tell us when we haven’t slept enough. “Drinking hot water with lemon in the morning helps eliminate toxins and puffiness. Also, you need a good eye cream,” she adds. Rebecca Treston, Founder and Manager of Rebecca Treston Aesthetics at Euromed Clinic, agrees. “It is vital to have a good skincare routine that comprises a professional skincare line rich in antioxidants, prescribed by an aesthetician to address your individual needs. To enhance results, drink plenty of water and follow a healthy diet.” Sometimes, you need that extra little bit of help. For young mum Joanna Smith, this came sooner than she thought. “I was in my early 30s when my eyes started looking tired. No matter how much sleep I got, or what eye creams I used, I looked old. My father’s family always had heavy, droopy lids, and I must have inherited them. After much deliberation, I had a blepharoplasty (see box) and I am now very happy with the results.” An easier option for the ladies might be Treston’s last tip: “Use high-quality make-up. A good light-refracting concealer should be the star product in every make-up bag.”

Loose the droop

Eyelid surgery or Blepharoplasty is often the first procedure people opt for when starting facial rejuvenation processes, says Dr Afschin Ghofrani, Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeon, Hand Surgeon and Medical Director and General Manager, Aestheticon Clinic. It’s one of the most common procedures in 
surgery worldwide. Typically, patients are between the ages of 35 and 65, but in some cases the sagging of the skin can start much earlier. The surgery can be performed with local anaesthesia as an outpatient procedure, the downtime being around five days. During surgery the drooping eyelid formation is corrected by removing excess skin, muscle and fatty tissues, and the natural upper lid furrow is reconstructed, resulting in a more youthful appearance. An upper and lower lid lift can be performed in a single surgery. As a result, the appearance of the patient improves significantly. The scars are unobtrusive and fade away over time.


Patients expect from their trusted physicians that those will advise them in regards of best possible options to achieve best possible treatment results. This is the patients’ right and is anyway the obligation of each doctor. The fundamentals of this right are derived from the Hippocratic Oath, which was written in the late 5th century BC. From my experience, it is a matter of course that our patients’ needs can usually be satisfied. However, from time to time it can happen, that I need to tell a patient, that her/ his perception of the treatment result is not realistic and thus not achievable. This can be due to different reasons e. g. former misinformation regarding the treatment/ surgical options and expected results or for example the special condition of the respective patient. If you need to make a decision, which doesn’t meet the patient’s expectations, the patient will understand the reasons and take gratefully the advice, if they feel that you act out of concern for their well being. Only rarely it happens, that a patient will consult another doctor to hear what she/ he might like to hear, but I truly believe that professional advice for the benefit of the patient does not allow any compromises. Experience shows that those patients, who underwent a procedure elsewhere against better advice, eventually come back to have things rectified.



We all know what can happen to skin and soft tissue of the abdomen after pregnancy or major weight loss: An unsightly skin flap can remain, which does not respond well to conservative treatments or sport. The only solution to achieve a massive, long lasting and effective improvement is an abdominoplasty, also called tummy tuck.

During the surgery (of a full abdominoplasty e.g.) the total excess of fat and skin below the navel will be removed, the skin above the navel will be pulled down to cover the entire area and for a harmonization of the proportions, the belly button will be re-positioned.

In order to top off the surgical effect and to create a truly flat and toned abdomen with a long-lasting to permanent effect, I tighten routinely in addition the abdominal muscle which will function as an internal bodice. Depending on the case and necessity a liposuction can give the final touch.

The effect is not only visible immediately, but due to the double tightening up, it can be long-lasting or even permanent. Testimonials from patients confirm the longevity of the effect many years after surgery.

In conclusion: For those, who are not happy with their abdominal shape, I would advise to consult a plastic surgeon with a broad professional experience, who is capable to evaluate whether you will need a surgery or not, thus saving you time and money in the long run.


The hand disease called palmar fibrosis or Dupytren’s contracture is seen mainly in Europe, North America and Australia. The disease leads to a development of connective tissue chords in the palm of the hand, which contract and bend the fingers towards a fist. We know four stages with stage 1 being the beginning of the disease and stage 4 being the most severe stage with flexion of the fingers above 90 degrees. The exact cause is still unclear but linked to genes. In the beginning, the disease can be treated by physiotherapy, but usually at some point in stage 2 a surgery is required. During the surgery all affected connective tissue chords will be removed and the underlying nerves, vessels and tendons will be saved. The recurrence rate can be very high, if a non-experienced surgeon performs the surgery. It is crucial to stress that patients, who are suffering from Dupuytren’s contracture, should consult a hand specialist. Untreated the disease can lead to fingers being fixed to a fist without the ability to use the hand anymore.


“Can you avoid a rejuvenation surgery of face and eyes by undergoing repeatedly filler and/ or botulinumtoxin procedures?” This topic is discussed quite controversially and the answer is not that simple. Patients, who are looking for rejuvenation treatments of face and eye area, have the option to consult medical practitioners with different backgrounds, thus there can be more than one medical specialization engaged. According to their specializations, the practitioners will give their professional advice for a treatment, which can turn out very differently. For instance, if a doctor does not perform surgeries at all, she or he will most probably advise to avoid surgeries and opt for non-invasive treatments for as long as possible. Does this work for a patient in his or her late 30’s? Yes, definitely, but maybe not that well for someone older than 45 years. The crux is, that if you wait for too long before you opt for a surgery, the skin may have relaxed to an extend that an optimum result is difficult or not at all to achieve. Very often I need to tell patients, who are in their 60’s, and ask for my advice in my clinic, that it would have been better, if they had visited me a few years earlier. The majority of them tell me, that they have spent ten thousands of dollars over the past 2 decades for non-surgical treatments and that these procedures have not delivered the desired results after a certain age. So what is the best solution? Every treatment has its rightful place for the right patient at the right time. A medical practitioner, who is able to offer both, non-surgical and surgical treatments of a broad spectrum, like a Plastic Surgeon, is the best person to seek advice regarding the right time/ age to opt for a surgery. It has been shown over the last decades, that in order to achieve the best and longest lasting results with lifting procedures of face and eyes, the best average age bracket is between 45 and 55 years. In this age group you already see clear signs of ageing, but tissue quality and elasticity of the skin are still good enough to achieve an optimal lifting effect. On top of that, it plays an important role which surgical principals your surgeon follows and which technique is used, but that will be the topic of my next blog.


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