Addresses the following concerns
- Comments about looking older, sad, or tired.
- Excess skin, wrinkles, hooding, and heaviness
of the upper eyelids, and inability to apply
makeup to the upper eyelids.
- Sagging, drooping, or “hound dog” look to the
corners of the eyes.
- Difficulty with vision when looking upward or
- Excess fat either below or above the eyes, or
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- Outpatient procedure performed under local
anesthetic in our
AAAHC accredited surgery center.
- When treating the upper eyelids, an incision is
made in the natural crease of the eyelid, and
excess skin and fat are removed.
- When treating the lower eyelids, an incision is
made inside the lower eyelid, or below the edge
of the outer lower eyelid, and then excess skin
and fat are removed.
- An eyelift treating both the upper and lower
eyes takes forty-five minutes to an hour.
- You will need to sleep and rest with your head
elevated for a week after your procedure.
- Pain is minimal, subsides by the second or third
day, and is easily controlled with medication.
- Swelling is mild to moderate and peaks at two
days, then subsides rapidly over the next three
- Bruising is minimal and peaks at two days. It then
recedes rapidly over the next three to five
- You will come in the day after your procedure for
a checkup, sutures are removed about six days
- Makeup may be applied after sutures are removed,
and you are able to comfortably appear in public
after that time.
- You may resume many activities within the first
week after surgery, and most regular activities
by the end of three weeks.
- Natural, rested, younger appearance.
- Better vision and relief of heaviness and discomfort
of the eyelids.
- Presentable appearance by the end of the first week
that just gets better over three to six months.