Eyelid Surgery or Blepharoplasty is a short, outpatient procedure that remains the most popular Facial Plastic Surgery with two to three hundred thousand Eyelid Lifts performed every year.
The patient below is a young woman, but the fullness of lower lids make her look tired and older. Lower Blepharoplasty, lower eyelid surgery, was performed to unpack her lower eyelid bags. Postoperatively, her lower eyelids are smoother. She looks rested, and her youthful appearance is restored.
The following Eyelid Lift Video Presentation reviews numerous Blepharoplasty Before and After Pictures. Dr. Mele discusses the procedure, indications and results in this segment from the San Francisco Bay Area’s News Station KRON 4’s Body Beautiful.
Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty) Video Presentation
Heavy Upper Eyelids
Upper Blepharoplasty removes the excess upper eyelid skin, improving both appearance and in some cases vision. The patient above looks more awake and alert, and she can see better, after her upper blepharoplasty..
Sleep deprived eyes have droopy upper lids and puffy lower lids. As a result, heavy upper eyelids convey a tired, sometimes grumpy appearance. They can also give the impression that you are not fully alert, even when you are well rested. Additionally, as the amount of redundant skin increases, it begins to hamper vision, obstructing peripheral vision and making it harder to see to the sides and upward.
Asian Eyelid Surgery
Double Eyelid Surgery is used to create defined upper eyelid creases. The lack of a crease is common in patients with Asian ancestry. In fact, an upper eyelid crease is present in only half the Asian population. The lack of a crease allows the eyelid skin and fat to descend, causing a tired appearance and problems with vision.
In the patient above, her eyelid creases were formed with precise surgical techniques, creating smooth, distinct creases and more widely open eyes. In addition, her lower eyelid bags were reduced, creating a brighter and more refreshed appearance.
If you are considering Eyelid Surgery call (925) 943-6353 today for a personal and in depth consultation appointment. Whether you have heavy, hooded upper eyelids or lower eyelid bags, your options will be discussed, and a plan will be designed to address your specific needs.Previous Post Next Post