Eye Lift

Bring Back Your Youthful Looks With An Eyelift


Eyes can say so much about a person. But if yours are saying you’re tired, sad or angry … even when you aren’t … consider eyelid surgery. Hereditary factors and signs of aging can greatly impact the appearance of our eyes, so that what they reflect is not really how we feel. If you are bothered by upper eyelids that have excess, drooping skin, or by puffiness or bags, you should know that cosmetic eyelid surgery can correct these issues. Removing this excess tissue and fat raises both the upper and lower eyelids, revealing a more youthful appearance.

Cosmetic eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that can improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. It is used to treat loose or sagging skin that create folds or hides the natural contour of the upper eyelid. It removes excess skin that hangs down from the upper lids as well as alleviating excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the upper eyelids and as bags under the eyes. It also treats droopiness of the lower eyelids.

Sometimes in order to achieve your desired look, surgery is the best option. Our affiliation with the board-certified plastic surgeons at Kevitch, Chung & Jan gives you access to a full range of surgical solutions.


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*INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES AT STRELLA AESTHETICS MAY VARY WITH RESPECT TO EFFECTIVENESS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS. RESULTS ARE FROM REAL CUSTOMERS BUT, RESULTS ARE NOT GUARANTEED.



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Frequently Asked Questions: Eye Lift

Eyelift surgery, called blepharoplasty by doctors, can remove bags and puffiness from the eyelid, open up the eye area, and restore the youthful appearance of your eyes. In some cases it can even improve vision.
Not typically. Eyelid lifts require only local anesthesia and mild sedation. General anesthesia is not required.
You may experience mild swelling and bruising for a few days to a week or more after blepharoplasty surgery. You should keep your head elevated for a few days.
As with any surgical procedure, some scarring is to be expected. However, scarring with blepharoplasty is minimal and practically nonexistent after several months of healing.
No. A blepharoplasty is not designed to remove the wrinkles at the outer corners of your eyes (crow’s feet) or to fix sagging brows. There are other procedures available that can be used to remove wrinkles near the eyes, including laser resurfacing and intense pulsed light treatments.
Blepharoplasty, like all surgery, has risks. Minor complications associated with blepharoplasty include temporary double or blurry vision, temporary swelling, and tiny white pimples around your eyes. Your eyes may also heal at different rates, which can mean that they will be temporarily asymmetrical.