Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty

Are you eyes aging you?

During the My Eyes Event, Rejuvent’s patient coordinators will be available to answer questions about eyelid surgery and how this surgery can help you.

Upper eyelid surgery RejuventWhat is Blepharoplasty and what does it address?
There are two types of Blepharoplasty: Upper Blepharoplasty – is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids. Excess skin of the upper eyelid can create an aged appearance, and in some cases, inhibit vision. Youthful rejuvenation is restored to the area surrounding the eyes, giving a more alert and rested appearance.

Lower Blepharoplasty – this surgery improves the appearance of the lower eyelids. Dr. Bomer uses a tissue-sparing technique also known as “Skin-Pinch Blepharoplasty.” This advanced technique does not alter the shape of the lower eyelids; it’s a superficial procedure that heals quickly and leaves no scar tissue.

Where is Blepharoplasty performed?
Blepharoplasty surgeries are performed as an outpatient in our accredited Surgery Center.

What kind of anesthesia should I expect?
Most patients choose local anesthesia, but oral sedation is an option. If fat is being removed sedation is more common.

How long does the surgery last?Facelift and Upper Eye Surgery
The blepharoplasty procedure is completed in less than two hours. Once the surgery is complete, patients spend time in the recovery room, before going home.

What should I expect from post-surgery?
It is normal to experience soreness, bruising, swelling, tightness and some degree of pain for the first few days following surgery. Specific post care instructions related to either surgery will be addressed with you before and after surgery.

Click here to request a blepharoplasty consultation, or call (480) 889-8880 to schedule a consultation. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have while considering a blepharoplasty procedure.

Visit Rejuvent’s extensive Before and After galleries to see more photos: Upper Blepharoplasty Photos, Lower Blepharoplasty Photos

 

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