Winter and fall tend to be some of the most popular months for plastic surgery as people wind down from summer vacations and get ready for the holidays. Winter also offers the possibility of having more time off from work to recover from a procedure. Here are just a few reasons why autumn can be a great time to schedule your eyelid surgery.
You’re Less Likely to Be in the Sun
As summer wanes and fall takes hold, many people curtail their activities in the summer in favor of staying indoors. Spending more time indoors can make your recovery from eyelid surgery easier. You’ll be able to keep up with friends and your family without having to wear dark sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun and wind outside.
Plan a StaycationIf you crave some peace before the holiday season, the recovery time after your eyelid surgery can give you an opportunity to take a little “staycation.”
Eyelid surgery can do more than treat baggy skin and smooth wrinkles.
Meade likely will recommend that you rest for the first week to 10 days, after which you can resume your normal activities… or start planning your Thanksgiving feast.
Give Yourself an Early Christmas Gift
In between a summer and winter packed with family activities, you may want to take some time to pamper yourself and talk with your spouse about an early Christmas gift. Eyelid surgery may give you the boost you need to get through a season filled with nosy relatives, not to mention and give you a reason to smile even wider in family photos.
Just remember, if you’re concerned about your eyelids appearing tired or droopy in this year’s Christmas photos, you may want to start planning your eyelid surgery now.
A board-certified plastic surgeon with a wealth of experience, Dr. Meade’s enthusiasm for cosmetic surgery is immediately clear when you first meet him. He puts patients at ease with his warm smile, vast knowledge and individualized attention to detail.
He is dedicated to staying current on the very latest techniques and procedures available in the field of cosmetic surgery. In conversation with Dr. Meade, you clearly can see that cosmetic surgery is more than just his career, but his passion.