Do you have sagging eyelid skin? Does it make you look tired or older than you feel? Would you like to find a way to reverse the effects of aging and enhance your appearance? If so, then the answer to these questions may be blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery in Philadelphia). Then again, I have been asking all the questions here. It would be best if I could have a few helpful answers to the questions you and other prospective patients may have. Below are some answers to the most common questions people have about blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery).
What is blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery)?
Blepharoplasty in Philadelphia is a facial plastic surgery option that addresses issues regarding wrinkles and sagging skin in the eyelid area. It is also referred to as an eyelift by some surgeons.
What issues can blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery) address?
Blepharoplasty can address issues involving eyelids that sag or droop leading to a haggard appearance or impeded vision.
Who is a good candidate for blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery)?
Good candidate for blepharoplasty are people whose eyelids sag. If your vision is affected by the sagging eyelid skin, a blepharoplasty may be a medically necessary procedure and may be covered in part or fully by your insurance.
How is blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery) performed?
During the surgery, the cosmetic surgeon will make a series of precise incisions in the eyelid area to remove excess tissue. These incisions are generally made in the natural creases of the eyelid area to conceal them.
What other options are there if I am not a candidate for blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery)?
Sometimes an eyelid surgery is not enough or not quite right for your situation. You cosmetic surgeon will help make that determination during the consultation process, but some other facial plastic surgery option that may be better suited for similar situations include browlift (forehead lift) surgery or a facelift.