Forehead and eyebrow laxity leads to drooping of the forehead and eyebrow tissues, resulting in blockage of the upper field of vision, and excess tissue in the upper eyelids. There are several surgical procedures to correct droopy forehead/eyebrow tissues, most of which are covered by insurance. During your consultation with Dr. Berbos, he will explain your particular situation to you, and discuss the surgical options available to correct your problem. Learn more.
Over time, many people develop excess skin, muscle, and fatty tissue in the upper eyelids. This results in blockage of a portion of the visual field, causing people to raise their eyebrows in an effort to lift the heavy tissues off the eyelids and improve their vision. This can lead to feelings of “heavy” or “tired” eyes, and headaches in the forehead. Learn more.
With cosmetic eyelid surgery, you can reduce signs of aging and fatigue around the eyes for a more youthful, refreshed appearance. In addition to offering advanced procedures to improve your vision, Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center in Phoenix, Scottsdale and throughout the valley offers a number of cosmetic facial enhancement treatments from an experienced oculoplastic surgeon. Learn more.
Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center offers a number of non-surgical injectable treatments that can reduce signs of aging in the face for a more youthful and refreshed appearance. With BOTOX® Cosmetic and a number of dermal filler options, our experienced oculoplastic surgeon, Zachary Berbos, MD, can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, as well as add volume to facial features such as the lips and cheeks. Many of our cosmetic injectable procedures can be performed in about 30 minutes or less, and there is typically no downtime necessary after treatment. Learn more.