Plastic Surgery Arts of New Jersey Eyelid Lift
Your eyes receive more attention day in and day out than any other feature, which is why blepharoplasty, more commonly known as an eyelid lift, is such a frequently selected procedure by both men and women. The drooping of upper eyelids can result in a tired, sad look. In extreme cases, eyelid drooping can even obstruct a patient’s vision. During an eyelid lift, the upper blepharoplasty incision is made in the eyelid fold, rendering it nearly invisible, yet dramatically restoring eyelids to a more youthful state. Recovery is usually complete in several days, and, if the patient desires, the procedure can be performed under local anesthesia alone.
Fat pads and/or dark circles around the lower eyelids can age even a young face. Sagging lower eyelids result from aging as well as genetics, making the eyelid lift procedure popular with men and women of all ages. A surgical procedure called “trans-conjunctival blepharoplasty” employs invisible incisions made inside the lower eyelid. A lower blepharoplasty will reduce the appearance of age and tiredness, removing dark circles and the fat pads, which detract from your appearance. The results are dramatic. At Plastic Surgery Arts of New Jersey we use a gentle surgical technique with the addition of herbal remedies, to reduce swelling and bruising. Our patients usually return to their normal routine within three to four days.
Eyelid Lift Before & After Photos
The cosmetic surgeons at Plastic Surgery Arts of New Jersey are exceptionally talented in performing eyelid lifts. View our unique before & after photo gallery to see eyelid lifts on patients from our Princeton and New Brunswick, NJ offices.
Contact PSANJ to schedule a private eyelid lift consultation at either of our New Brunswick, New Jersey or Princeton, New Jersey locations. We look forward to seeing you at Plastic Surgery Arts of New Jersey.
The first day or so after eyelid lift surgery your vision may be slightly blurry, and is usually due to the protective ointment the doctor puts in your eyes during and after the procedure. You should expect some minor discomfort which can be alleviated with pain medication. Most of the swelling or bruising from the procedure will resolve within the first few days. The use of eye makeup should be avoided for at least a week after blepharoplasty and contact lenses should not be worn for about 2 to 3 weeks.
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