Patients can expect a recovery period of about seven to ten days following blepharoplasty surgery. Swelling and bruising are common and patients may also experience some temporary blurred vision. Stitches are removed after three to four days and make-up can be worn after approximately five days to help conceal bruising. Patients who wear contact lenses… Read More »
How is blepharoplasty surgery performed?
When performing upper blepharoplasty, Dr. Miller places the incisions in the upper eyelid crease. For lower blepharoplasty, the incisions may be located inside of the lower eyelids or just below the lash line. These incisions are well-concealed and fade over time to become barely visible.
If you are interested in improving the appearance of sagging upper eyelids or puffy under eye bags, blepharoplasty may be right for you. Patients are often looking to improve a tired-looking or aged appearance to the eyes. Candidates for blepharoplasty should also be physically healthy, should not smoke, and should be realistic in their goals… Read More »
Blepharoplasty, commonly referred to as eyelid surgery or an eyelid lift, is a surgical procedure which can improve an aged, tired, droopy or swollen appearance to the eyelids. Upper blepharoplasty addresses sagging of the upper eyelids while lower blepharoplasty addresses under eye bags. Surgery may be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelid or both.… Read More »