Eyelid Surgery

Also known as eye lift or blepharoplasty

Eyelid Surgery, also knows as Blepharoplasty, is the surgical correction of the aging eye. The majority of our patients request this procedure because “everyone says I look tired when I’m not.” This procedure can be performed on the upper eyelid, lower, or both. Whether your upper eyelids droop or your lower eyelids look puffy, Eyelid surgery is an easy way to rejuvenate your tired looking eyes.

When to Consider Eyelid Surgery

• If you have excess, hanging skin covering the natural fold of the upper eyelids
• If you have loose skin hanging down from the upper eyelids over the eyelashes
• If your upper and lower eyelids appear puffy, making your eyes look tired and aged
• If you have deep grooves under your eyes

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the procedure take?

Every situation is unique, but generally an upper Blepharoplasty surgery (under local) is about 1-1.5 hours long. An upper Blepharoplasty surgery (under general) is about 1 hour long, a lower Blepharoplasty surgery (under general) is about 1.5 hours long, and an upper and lower Blepharoplasty surgery (under general) is about 1-2 hours long.

Will it be performed under local or general anesthesia?

Either. The use of what kind of anesthesia depends on the patient and will be determined during the initial consultation.

w long will I be out of work?

Patients may return to work within 1 week.

What should I expect after my procedure?

Patients may experience some eyelid irritation, bruising, swelling, or tightness.

Do I need special testing prior to my procedure?

Testing is dependent on the patient’s health history and age. Testing is ordered for every patient.

Will this be covered by insurance?


When can I start exercising after my procedure?

Patients may resume exercising in about 10 days.

How much does surgery cost?

Every situation is unique and the cost of surgery depends on several factors. The duration of the procedure varies on how extensive the surgery is. The duration will then determine the price of anesthesia and how long the surgical facility will be scheduled for. In order to provide the most accurate surgical fee estimate, it is necessary to meet with one of our board certified physicians for a consultation.

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