Upper & Lower Blepharoplasty

Upper blepharoplasty is a procedure that involves resection of redundant skin and/or musculature of the upper eyelid. Aging of the Upper Eyelid/Brow Complex. With aging, a patient may notice the upper lids feel “heavy.” This can be caused by the eyebrow descending, upper eyelid skin excess, or both. This very popular surgery is perfect for patients with a heavy upper eyelid (hooded eyes) or excess sagging skin in the upper eye crease.

Lower Blepharoplasty

The lower blepharoplasty is for a patient with excess skin on the lower eyelids or bags under the eyes. As we age the supportive muscles under the skin beneath the eyes weaken and as a result the skin sags and creates bags or this problem can be hereditary from a young age.

Lower blepharoplasty eliminates the patient’s droopy eyelids by making an almost invisible incision under the lower lash line, tightening the small muscle under the patients eye and removing and lifting the excess skin.

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