During an eyelift, sagging or droopy eyelids are
corrected through removal of excess muscle, fat and skin.
- Eye surgery
Treated with an Eyelift:
An eyelift is utilized in cases of impaired vision
and baggy or puffy skin located on the upper or lower eyelid.
There are no comparable non-surgical or surgical
alternatives to an eyelift.
with an Eyelift:
An eyelift is performed with local anesthesia and
Complications from an Eyelift:
Possible risks following an eyelift include dry
eyes, infection, scarring, irritation and a negative reaction to the anesthesia.
It is also possible to experience temporary eye bruising, blurred vision, light
sensitivity and numbness. In very rare cases, bleeding behind the eye can
occur, leading to blindness.
after an Eyelift:
The prognosis for a positive end result following an
eyelift is good. However, sagging skin may return.
from an Eyelift:
Total recovery from an eyelift takes a few days to a