The Eyelid Surgery Procedure
Eyelid surgery is a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure that removes excess skin and fatty deposits from the area around your eyelids. Depending upon your needs, eyelid surgery can be performed only on your upper eyelids, your lower eyelids, or on both the upper and lower eyelids. Your eyes are often the first facial feature to show the signs aging because the fat around your eyes begin to bulge and these changes typically occur earlier because the skin is thinner around your eyes. In your lower eyelids, fat pseudoherniation causes bags to form and the extra skin that accumulates in your upper eyelid is known as dermatocholasis. The surgical procedure that corrects these problems and will open up your entire eye area restoring beauty to your eyes is blepharoplasty. Whether you need blepharoplasty for functional or cosmetic reasons, this procedure will remove the excess skin and fat from your eyelids.
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Other Eyelid Procedures
Besides blepharoplasty and cosmetic Asian eyelid surgery, other cosmetic eye procedures include the removal of fat pads under the eyelids to reduce “puffy eyes”, the surgical correction of a drooping eyelid, and the removal of skin tags or other growths around your eyelids. At The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts, we also offer injectables and dermal fillers to correct hollowing under your eyes so for more information, you can research our website or call and we will be happy to schedule your consultation. For most people, blepharoplasty is a long-lasting procedure that can generally last as long as 10 years so if you feel eye surgery may be the answer for you, please contact The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts today. Dr. V. is proud to offer only the high-end, specialized care that has earned her patients’ trust and respect. The moment you enter our doors, we will treat you like family and provide you with the personal service you deserve before, during, and after any cosmetic procedure you choose to have.
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