Upper Eyelid

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Eyelid Surgery Before and After Pictures

Eyelid surgery before and after pictures provide a very important guide to patients trying to choose the perfect surgeon. Patients who undergo eyelid surgery should demonstrate aesthetically pleasing eyelid contours with incision lines that are symmetric. The pictures should demonstrate an eyelid contour that is harmonious with the rest of…

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Droopy Eyelid Treatment

The surgery for droopy eyelid treatment involves multiple elements that must be considered to achieve optimal results. The most common droopy eyelid treatment involves removal of redundant skin. This is because as we age, the upper eyelid skin grows and becomes saggy. When the eyelid skin becomes lax enough, it…

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excess upper eyelid skin surgery before and after

Excess Upper Eyelid Skin

Excess upper eyelid skin can is the most common cause of droopy eyelids. Excess upper eyelid skin is not only aesthetically unflattering but also acts like dead weight as it pushes down on the eyelid margin. When the upper eyelid skin becomes redundant, it looks wrinkled and undesirable in appearance….

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Drooping of Upper Eyelid

Drooping of upper eyelid occurs with the aging of the upper eyelids. This is a common concern for patients who observe their friends and family commenting on “how they look tired.” The tired look follows when the eyelid skin starts to cover the eyeball or actual eye globe. When dropping…

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upper eyelid surgery before and after

Upper Eyelid Surgery Recovery Time

Upper eyelid surgery recovery time is minimized to 24 hours because the surgery requires a small operative field that does not undergo much bleeding. Patients typically tolerate this minimally invasive surgery under local anesthetic only which means you can avoid the anesthesia grogginess that typically takes a few days to…

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Upper Eyelid Surgery Cost

Upper eyelid surgery cost can be affordable for multiple reasons including the fact that the surgery is quite quick and can be performed in less than one hour. The second reason is that this procedure can be done under local anesthesia with or without oral sedation thus avoiding the cost…

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