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As we age, many people begin to feel that their outward appearance doesn’t match how vibrant and energetic they feel inside. One of the most common concerns is tired-looking eyes, which can be caused by puffy or drooping eyelids, eye-area wrinkles and dark under-eye circles.

Fortunately, there are several nonsurgical and surgical treatments for tired-looking eyes. Take a look at some of the most common outlined below to help you decide which could be right for you.


Injectable treatments such as dermal fillers and neuromodulators like BOTOX® are commonly used to fix tired eyes.

Fillers can be used to plump hollow under-eye circles, creating a smoother, brighter and younger-looking appearance. BOTOX is often used to treat fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and brow, as well as hooded eyelids and slight eyelid drooping.

Injectables can be combined with other nonsurgical or surgical eyelid treatments for enhance results.

Laser Skin Resurfacing 

Laser skin resurfacing can be used to tighten the skin around your eyes, smoothing away fine lines and reducing the appearance of under-eye bags.

Eyelid Lift

Also called blepharoplasty, an eyelid lift is a surgical procedure that removes and tightens excess skin that causes drooping eyelids. This procedure also improves lines and wrinkles, under-eye puffiness and other eye-area concerns.

Brow Lift

The goal of a brow lift is to tighten loose skin in the forehead and brow areas, smoothing forehead wrinkles and creases and improving sagging eyebrows. Brow lifts are often combined with eyelid lifts.

Still not sure which treatment option could be best for you? Call our Boston office at 857-350-4205 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with Dr. Ezzat to discuss your needs, goals and options.

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