If you are tired of looking tired or having others tell you to get some rest, it might be time to consider eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty. Our Lexington and Louisville, KY patients at CaloAesthetics Plastic Surgery Center choose this procedure because it can make a dramatic improvement without extensive incisions or downtime.
To learn more about eyelid surgery and other facial cosmetic procedures, request a consultation with Dr. Calobrace, Dr. Mizuguchi, or Dr. Mays, or call (502) 899-9979 to schedule your visit.
Improvements From Eyelid Surgery
Dr. Calobrace, Dr. Mizuguchi, and Dr. Mays personalize each blepharoplasty to the unique needs of the patient. Improvements may include one or more of the following:
- Lifting drooping upper and lower eyelids
- Reducing puffiness and under-eye bags
- Improving field of vision when it is obstructed by sagging upper eyelid skin
Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos
Eyelid Surgery Case 281
Endobrow lift; Lower facelift w cervicalplasty; Bilateral lower blepharoplasty; Fat transfer from abdomen to chin, cheeks & marionettes x 6cc each side
Eyelid Surgery Case 282
Endoscopic Brow Lift, Bilateral Upper/Lower Blepharoplasty, Lower Facelift, Fat Transfer from abdomen to face 5ml each side
Eyelid Surgery Case 69
Facelift, Upper and Lower Eyelids
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Endobrowlift, Upper and Lower Eyelids
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Fat was placed on the malar/ submalar region extending up to the lower eyelids to improve the overall contour.
About Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery is typically performed as an outpatient procedure in our on-site surgical suite. This procedure lasts 1 to 2 hours and is usually performed with the patient under local or IV sedation. Eyelid surgery is a highly detailed procedure that requires the surgeon to make careful incisions and corrections. The procedure may involve removing or repositioning fat, removing excess skin, and altering muscles. Incisions are very fine, and hidden within the natural folds and creases of the eyelids.CaloSpa Rejuvenation Center
What to Expect During Recovery
Healing rates after blepharoplasty vary from person to person. In general, expect temporary discomfort, tightness of the lids, or swelling. Temporary dryness of the eyes and burning may also occur. Bruising may last for 2 to 3 weeks.
Return to Work
Patients are typically ready to return to work in 7 to 10 days, but should limit strenuous activity for 3 weeks or more.
Other Things to Know
Results from eyelid surgery are typically long lasting. Although surgery will not halt the aging process, it will create a lasting improvement that continues to keep you looking younger than your chronological age.
Risks involved in this procedure include temporarily blurred or double vision, blindness (extremely rare), infection, swelling and bruising, difficulty in closing eyes, and pulling down of lower eyelids.