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Nonsurgical Laser Eyelift on the Upper Eye, Lower Eye, or Both at AnewSKIN Dermatology (Up to 56% Off)

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  • Expires Mar 13th, 2013.
  • Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Pre-procedure consultation required to determine candidacy. Non-candidates will be refunded.

Questions and Answers 5 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Hi--I have several questions--Is there a website with before and after pictures of procedures you have done in the last year we can see? What is a trusted website that we can read more about this procedure? Also, how long is recovery time? How long does each sitting take. How far apart should each appointment be? How long do the results generally last?

Shauna F.  asked on  Nov 9, 2012

A:

Dr. Rosio’s consultation is required to advise you best. 1. For your preliminary information see “non-surgical” smoothing and tightening a. AnewSKIN.info > Cosmetic Services > Affirm fractional. http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml b. Please read and compare with > Cosmetic Services > surgical “eyelid lift” http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml c. Also, watch the video of the procedure: from our Home page scroll down and click on Your Life Your Skin Network where it says "Learn the latest about your skin, skincare, breakthroughs and treatments at Your Life/Your Skin Network. Click here!" and choose the “Doctor’s Office” tab. Scroll down and choose “Advance DX and Procedures – American Health Front”. 2. Recovery time: typically 30 min – 1 day. You may see slight redness or welting or occasionally a mild coverable sunburn reaction for 1 -2 days in small areas but this is rare. 3. Treatment time: 10-15 minutes for upper and lower combined. 4. Treatment spacing: minimum of 2 weeks although you could make it longer. 5. Benefit duration: can be years depending on skincare regime. We will advise you of products to maximize collagen longevity. We hope this answers your questions!

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 9, 2012

Q:

I have hooded lids (essentially a monolid) and would like to see more of my eyelid when my eyes are open. Could the upper eyelid procedure possibly give me such results? Thanks!

Kimberly S.  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

While this procedure does tighten the eyelid skin and help to open up the eyes, you may benefit more from what is called a “Western eyelid conversion”. It is a surgical procedure and I am happy to help you determine in your consultation if this would be a better choice for you if you have an Asian eyelid. The term “genetically hooded” is not medically precise, and so a consult is truly needed. A true dramatic excess of upper eyelid skin or fat hernias usually needs our other procure. I would also honor the amount of your purchase toward this procedure. Please also refer to our website that explains more about this procedure. You can read more about these procedures at our website http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml and http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml.

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 12, 2012

Q:

Would the upper eyelid lift result in more of a double eyelid look for me? I am 30 and my eyes are genetically hooded. Thanks!

Kimberly S.  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

While this procedure does tighten the eyelid skin and help to open up the eyes, you may benefit more from what is called a “Western eyelid conversion”. It is a surgical procedure and I am happy to help you determine in your consultation if this would be a better choice for you if you have an Asian eyelid. The term “genetically hooded” is not medically precise, and so a consult is truly needed. A true dramatic excess of upper eyelid skin or fat hernias usually needs our other procure. I would also honor the amount of your purchase toward this procedure. Please also refer to our website that explains more about this procedure. You can read more about these procedures at our website http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml and http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml.

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 12, 2012

More Questions and Answers

Q:

What laser tip do you use for the upper eyelid lift .....example Titan, Thermage? Thank you!

De  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

I suggest contacting your preferred location for more information about their equipment.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Nov 13, 2012

Q:

Which laser's are used in this procedure? example....thermage, titan. Thank you!

De  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

Dr Rosio uses a combination of two lasers to get the best results. They are not Thermage or Titan. Please see our website for more information at http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml. Please read and compare with the information on surgical eyelid lift at http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml You can also watch the video of the procedure from our website at http://www.ylysnetwork.com/9163005407 Choose the “Doctor’s Office” tab. Scroll down and choose “Advance DX and Procedures – American Health Front”.

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 12, 2012

Q:

Would the upper eyelid lift result in more of a double eyelid look for me? I am 30 and my eyes are genetically hooded. Thanks!

Kimberly S.  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

While this procedure does tighten the eyelid skin and help to open up the eyes, you may benefit more from what is called a “Western eyelid conversion”. It is a surgical procedure and I am happy to help you determine in your consultation if this would be a better choice for you if you have an Asian eyelid. The term “genetically hooded” is not medically precise, and so a consult is truly needed. A true dramatic excess of upper eyelid skin or fat hernias usually needs our other procure. I would also honor the amount of your purchase toward this procedure. Please also refer to our website that explains more about this procedure. You can read more about these procedures at our website http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml and http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml.

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 12, 2012

Q:

I have hooded lids (essentially a monolid) and would like to see more of my eyelid when my eyes are open. Could the upper eyelid procedure possibly give me such results? Thanks!

Kimberly S.  asked on  Nov 12, 2012

A:

While this procedure does tighten the eyelid skin and help to open up the eyes, you may benefit more from what is called a “Western eyelid conversion”. It is a surgical procedure and I am happy to help you determine in your consultation if this would be a better choice for you if you have an Asian eyelid. The term “genetically hooded” is not medically precise, and so a consult is truly needed. A true dramatic excess of upper eyelid skin or fat hernias usually needs our other procure. I would also honor the amount of your purchase toward this procedure. Please also refer to our website that explains more about this procedure. You can read more about these procedures at our website http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml and http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml.

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 12, 2012

Q:

Hi--I have several questions--Is there a website with before and after pictures of procedures you have done in the last year we can see? What is a trusted website that we can read more about this procedure? Also, how long is recovery time? How long does each sitting take. How far apart should each appointment be? How long do the results generally last?

Shauna F.  asked on  Nov 9, 2012

A:

Dr. Rosio’s consultation is required to advise you best. 1. For your preliminary information see “non-surgical” smoothing and tightening a. AnewSKIN.info > Cosmetic Services > Affirm fractional. http://www.anewskin.info/affirm_laser_resurfacing.shtml b. Please read and compare with > Cosmetic Services > surgical “eyelid lift” http://www.anewskin.info/eyelidlift.shtml c. Also, watch the video of the procedure: from our Home page scroll down and click on Your Life Your Skin Network where it says "Learn the latest about your skin, skincare, breakthroughs and treatments at Your Life/Your Skin Network. Click here!" and choose the “Doctor’s Office” tab. Scroll down and choose “Advance DX and Procedures – American Health Front”. 2. Recovery time: typically 30 min – 1 day. You may see slight redness or welting or occasionally a mild coverable sunburn reaction for 1 -2 days in small areas but this is rare. 3. Treatment time: 10-15 minutes for upper and lower combined. 4. Treatment spacing: minimum of 2 weeks although you could make it longer. 5. Benefit duration: can be years depending on skincare regime. We will advise you of products to maximize collagen longevity. We hope this answers your questions!

Layne A.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 9, 2012

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