Blepharoplasty is the name of a type of cosmetic plastic surgery which is done for eyelids. This cosmetic mode surgery is intended to recover from a droopy or eyelid that it involves in removing fatty or baggy skin from the … Continue reading

Laser Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty or the eyelid surgery is the surgery where the upper folds of the eyelid are corrected to give a youthful look to the person. The upper eyelids or the lower eyelids both can be corrected but the fact is … Continue reading

Blepharoplasty – Eyelid Lift – The Plastic Surgery Group in Cincinnati, Ohio and Northern Kentucky

Here are several photos of before and after the Blepharoplasty procedure. They are 6 months apart on a 73 year old patient. Bilateral Upper Eyelid Lift/Bilateral Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty. Blepharoplasty Procedures via Blepharoplasty – Eyelid Lift – The Plastic Surgery … Continue reading

Purple Eyelids Six Months After Blepharoplasty? Bruised eyelids

There’s a great discussion going on ove in the Eyelid Surgery Question and Answer section at realself. This is about a patient that has had six months to heal after a lower Blepharoplasty, but the eyelids are still purple. Several … Continue reading

Dr. David Fett: Advantages of Blepharoplasty

Dr. David Fett an eye surgeon with over 30,000 surgeries under his belt explains a lot about blepharoplasty and how it works, how recovery goes and how that is to be expected and much more. This is a great read … Continue reading

Botox for Droopy Eyelids? (photo) Doctor Answers, Tips

Great conversation going on about lateral brow ptosis. You may be interested. The patient asks if using Botox to treat ptosis is something that can be considered. Due to the young age of the patient, this is a valid question. … Continue reading

Blepharoplasty, the Most Requested Asian Cosmetic Surgery.

Found a great post about double eyelid surgery. According to this blog post, this is the most requested cosmetic surgery for Asians in the United States. I wish it weren’t so but I am afraid Emily is probably right. Generally … Continue reading