A woman in her early 40’s who “sees her eyelashes” when she looks up and has skin blocking her vision. She is shown before and again, 6 ½ months after a bilateral upper eyelid blepharoplasty combined with a browpexy procedure. She has also had Juvederm Voluma to her cheeks at a later time. She no longer has obstruction of her vision and is pleased by her more youthful appearance.
A woman in her late 50’s who is bothered by the appearance of her upper eyelids. She wanted to have a natural appearance after surgery. She is shown before and again, 4 ½ months after upper eyelid blepharoplasty performed under local anesthesia in the office.
A woman in her early 60’s who is bothered by an aged appearance of her face. She is shown before and again, 9 weeks after bilateral upper eyelid blepharoplasty with facelift utilizing a platysma window and lateral SMAS plication, combined with fat grating to the cheeks and upper and lower eyelids. The fat grafting improves the quality of the skin, but also helps to correct the “a frame” hollowing of her upper eyelids that adds to her aged appearance. She has significant volume loss of the cheeks with aging that is not corrected with skin tightening- it is corrected by the careful replacement of volume with fat grafting.
A woman in her early 60’s who is bothered by an aged appearance of her upper eyelids. She is shown before and again, 5 months after upper eyelid blepharoplasty performed under local anesthesia in the office. She is thrilled with the natural appearing improvement after her surgery.
A man in his early 50’s who was bothered by always being told that he looks tired. He is shown before an again, 6 weeks after bilateral upper eyelid blepharoplasty with lateral sulcoplasty. He has had NASHA type fillers in the office to replace aging related loss of volume in his cheeks.
A woman in her early 60’s who is having difficulty with her vision at night because her upper eyelids and brows are blocking her vision. As we age we “deflate” and the brows and eyelids come down. She is shown before and again, 6 weeks after an endoscopic brow lift, combined with upper lid blepharoplasty. At first glance it may not appear that her brows are elevated. But the brows are penciled in and a mole on her left temple is shown to be pulled up from the brow lift. A blepharoplasty alone would not have appeared as natural because it would not address the drooping of her eyebrows. Her visual obstruction is corrected and she looks more rested as well.
A woman in her mid 60’s with drooping of her eyebrows (brow ptosis) and extra skin of her upper eyelids blocking her vision. (Visual field obstruction). She is shown before and again, 4 months after an endoscopic brow lift and bilateral upper eyelid blepharoplasty. The result is better and more natural in appearance by correcting both the drooping of the eyebrows (which happens from volume loss as we age) as well as the excess skin of the upper eyelids.