Eyes

As the focal points of the face, the eyes have a large influence on our overall “look.” Because of this, cosmetic problems of the eyes often give us a tired, sad, worried or aged appearance that persists even when we’ve had enough rest. This change in appearance becomes evident to many patients when viewing photos of themselves or after others comment on how tired they look. For most of them, their “tired eyes” are caused by crow’s feet, drooping eyelids, wrinkles or crepey skin around the eyes, hollow or sunken eyes, eye puffiness or under-eye bags.

For cosmetic eye treatments, we work with all patients individually to create a treatment plan that is right for their unique facial anatomy. Although all patients are different, many share similar concerns and require similar treatments for their eyes. On this page, we have shared information about some of the most common treatments we use for the eyes. For more examples of these cosmetic procedures, visit our Patient Stories page.

How We Treat Wrinkles or Creepy Skin Under The Eyes

Like crow’s feet, wrinkles and crepey skin under the eyes are a common age-related cosmetic concern. The fine lines that develop in this area are generally caused by the same causes of wrinkles elsewhere on the face: loss of skin volume and elasticity along with the repeated skin folding that occurs when we make facial expressions.

To get rid of under-eye wrinkles and crepey skin, we use Swan Skin Care products or laser skin resurfacing. Swan Skin Care, our customizable line of skin care products, includes a cream containing tretinoin- the only FDA-approved topical treatment for wrinkles. Laser skin resurfacing removes damaged skin and stimulates the body to produce new, attractive skin with improved texture and elasticity.

laser eye surfacing cosmetic eye treatment

Laser skin resurfacing to smooth under-eye wrinkles

 



Surgical Treatments For The Eyes

Eye Bag Surgery

Eye Bag Surgery

Eye bag surgery is a type of lower eyelid surgery.

Learn About Eye Bag Surgery
Upper Eyelid Surgery

Upper Eyelid Surgery

Upper eyelid surgery removes excess skin and/or fat to rejuvenate upper eyelids.

Learn About Upper Eyelid Surgery

Non-surgical Treatments for the Eyes

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing can improve wrinkles and crepey skin under the eyes.

Learn About Laser Skin Resurfacing
Restylane

Restylane

Restylane can rejuvenate hollow, sunken eyes and eliminate the appearance of under eye bags.

Learn About Restylane
Voluma

Voluma

Many patients can eliminate the appearance of eye bags with quick and easy Voluma treatments.

Learn About Voluma
Botox

Botox

Botox is a common and effective treatment for crow’s feet.

Learn About Botox
Juvederm

Juvederm

Juvederm can help patients whose drooping eyelids are caused by excess brow tissue.

Learn About Juvederm
Swan Skin Care

Swan Skin Care

Our custom skin care line offers a solution for under-eye wrinkles and crepey skin.

Learn About Swan Skin Care

WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING

Thanks Doctor Cohen!

I’m a 51 year old guy who for years was bothered by my lower eyelid “bags.” If I got lots of sleep and watched my diet, my "bags" weren't too bad- carry-on size! However a late night, spicy food, or red wine, and they turned into steamer trunks! Friends and family claimed they weren’t so bad, and I suppose in the general scheme of things, that was true. However, not a day went by that I was not aware of them. Five months ago, Marc Cohen removed them and immediately I liked the result. I had no noticeable bruising, swelling or pain, just a little 'blood shot' on the 4th–7th days after the procedure. Now it's like they were never there- I don’t think about it at all, unlike before, when as I said, I thought of them daily. Do I look better, or younger? Maybe, but mostly the look is cleaner somehow, with those dark smudges caused by the fat deposits gone for good! Go online, read all you can about the procedure so that you'll be a well informed patient when you talk to Dr. Cohen, then JUST DO IT! I’m sorry I waited so long.

- Patient Letter
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