Ocular Rejuvenation in Toronto

One of the first things that people notice about each other is our eyes. As we get older, they begin to look a lot different than they used to. Dark circles and other lines begin to appear under them, commonly referred to as “bags.” This could be because of age, genetics or other lifestyle choices that we make including diet and sleep patterns.

No matter which way you come about getting them, they certainly don’t help your confidence, and they make you look a lot older and more tired than you really are. Thankfully there are treatments out there that can get rid of these effects, and give you the young, healthy looking eyes that you are looking for.

Ocular rejuvenation is a technique that is performed by using a small needle to inject carbon dioxide under the skin around the eyes and crow’s feet. The carbon dioxide dilates the blood vessels improving the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the skin. Improved circulation helps to eliminate the buildup of fluid between cells.

The technique also results in tissue remodeling with improved skin elasticity, thicker, firmer subcutaneous tissue, and better skin texture. There is an improvement in swollen bags and dark circles under the eyes. Eyelid wrinkles improve without having to resort to surgery or laser resurfacing.

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The wonders of carbon dioxide therapy

Carbon dioxide, or Carboxy, therapy is a widely used process in medicine that aims at utilizing the body’s own mechanisms to heal itself. By using this important natural element, your body can be encouraged to circulate blood better, and remodel itself. Carboxy is used across disciplines for a number of health reasons. It can help with weight loss, cellulite, wrinkles, and many other conditions. The best thing about it is that it is totally natural.

Is it safe?

Yes, it is totally safe. This is a non-invasive procedure that involves only a small injection under your skin, and you do not need any other drugs to make it work. There is no downtime, and it is pain free. On top of that, CO2 is a natural, essential element, so nothing that goes into your body is artificial. Is 100% natural and safe, and we have been providing this service for years with no complaints.

Bosniak and Zhilka in New York have recently conducted the first clinical trials using C02 to improve eyelid skin irregularities, decrease eyelid skin pigmentation, decrease dark circles that result from eyelid vascular pooling, increase the elasticity of eyelid skin, and to increase eyelid luminosity.

The results were incredibly encouraging for this medical practice, and scientifically prove exactly what we had expected all along: Carboxy therapy works. No other treatment can use all-natural elements, and still achieve the same stunning results.

How many treatments do I need?

The number of treatments needed is dependent on the area to be treated and how the area looks prior to treatment. Weekly eyelid treatments typically begin to show a marked improvement in eyelid pigmentation after one to three weeks, and an improvement in texture after two to four weeks. Improvement in eyelid contour can sometimes take as many as 3 to five weeks.

If the treatments are performed less frequently the results occur more gradually. The treatments continue until you see the results that you want, and on average, treatments need to be repeated after 6-12 months. This depends on the area being treated and the condition of the skin prior to treatment.

We have been using carbon dioxide for ocular rejuvenation for years, and our patients are completely satisfied. We have only the highest trained doctors and staff on hand, and our dedication to customer service is second to none. You will not be disappointed with the way that you look. We will do everything it takes to work with you schedule, and your budget. *Results may vary from person to person. Results can not be guaranteed.*

If you think that ocular rejuvenation can help you achieve that look that you’ve always wanted, contact us to set up your free consultation.

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