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Eye Surgery

Cosmetic brow and eyelid surgery are two of the most effective and highest-impact cosmetic interventions available. Blepharoplasty or "eyelid surgery" can be performed on the upper and lower eyelids in combination or separately, depending on the nature of the problem. Our cosmetic surgeons are also experts in reconstructive oculoplastic surgery. Use the links below to learn more about the cosmetic eye procedures we offer:

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Upper Eyelid Surgery

Excess skin and fat in the upper eyelids can make you look tired and unhappy when you’re not. The upper eyelid blepharoplasty procedure to remove this extra tissue around the eyelids may be performed in the operating room using sedation, or in the office using just local anesthesia. Very thin sutures are kept in place for about a week following blepharoplasty surgery. Makeup can be worn starting around day 10. Learn more >>

Lower Eyelid Surgery

Lower eyelid blepharoplasty surgery often requires a bit more than just local anesthesia, due to the placement of the incision. A small amount of IV sedation is often enough to perform excision or rearrangement of the fat pads under the eyes that cause excess “bags.” In addition, excess skin can be eliminated underneath the eyelids using a well-hidden incision under the lower eyelashes. Learn more >>

Brow Lift

A brow lift is performed to raise the eyebrows and reduce ridges and furrows on the forehead, thus creating a smoother, more youthful appearance. Minimally invasive endoscopic brow lifts may be performed through small incisions in the hairline with the assistance of a small video camera. Recovery following a minimally invasive brow lift procedure usually takes 7-10 days. Learn more >>

Reconstructive Oculoplastic Procedures

Our reconstructive oculoplastic procedures can be performed under sedation or general anesthesia and are most often outpatient procedures. These procedures are used to correct deformities caused by ptosis, entropion, ectropion, retraction of the eyelids, artificial eyes, or skin cancer or injuries. Learn more >>