Do you have trouble keeping your eyelids open? Are they beginning to impair your vision? Drooping eyelids, also known as ptosis, are very common. They are often the result of age, as the skin around the eye loses elasticity and the eyelid muscles weaken. When this happens, excess skin or fat accumulates above and below
As time passes, it is normal to develop excess skin or fat deposits that build up around the eyelids. When this happens, many people notice the skin around the eyelids begins to sag or droop. A Blepharoplasty, or eye lift, can help remove this excess skin and fat to restore your eyelids’ youth. Here is
Blepharoplasty, Ptosis Repair and Brow Lift I’m tired of my drooping eyelids, how can I fix them? Please call our office to schedule an eyelid surgery evaluation. We have a whole clinic dedicated to eyelids with over 25 years of experience. During your evaluation, we will discuss the causes of your eyelid problems and
As we age, many of us develop excess skin or fat deposits that build up around the eyelids. This often causes the skin around the eyelids to sag or droop. For many people, the procedure known as blepharoplasty may be the answer to restoring the eyelids’ youthful look and fresh appearance.
While many people are nervous at the prospect of cosmetic facial procedures, there’s no reason to be! These procedures and others like them are common, safe, and can provide numerous benefits for patients who are displeased with facial wrinkles, bags under the eyes, fine lines, saggy skin, and more. Here’s a look at some of
Oculoplastics surgical procedures involve the eye socket, eyelids, tear ducts and face. Also known as oculoplastic surgery, oculoplastics deals with reconstruction surgery around the eye and its associated structures. An oculoplastic surgeon can perform several types of oculoplastic surgery, including a variety of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Oculoplastic surgeons are eye doctors who complete 1–2
Blepharoplasty is surgery to repair droopy eyelids that may involve removing excess skin, muscle and fat. The more you age, your eyelids stretch and the muscles that support them weaken. Excess fat may gather above and below your eyelids, causing the eyebrows to sag, droopiness occurs in the upper lid and bags under your eyes form.