If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then drooping eyelids are a sign that the body around the soul is getting old. If you have droopy eyelids, you may have others comment on your appearance, asking if you are tired or bored when you don't mean to be expressing those emotions. Blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, is one of the easiest ways to eliminate this excess skin and regain your old facial expressions.
Blepharoplasty treats a wide variety of eyelid issues, including:
- Eyelids that droop or appear puffy
- "Bags" appearing under the eyes
- Excess skin around the lower eyelids, causing sagging
- Dark circles beneath the eyes that cause a fatigued appearance
- Lines around the outside of the eye area
- Excess skin that hides the natural curve of your eye
Before getting blepharoplasty or any other facial surgery procedure, it’s a good idea to come to The Weston Center for a free professional consultation with our Ft. Lauderdale plastic surgeon, Dr. Jon Harrell. Once he's been able to examine the elasticity of your skin and the degree of drooping first hand, Dr. Harrell will have a much better idea about whether blepharoplasty is right for you, and which version of the surgery is most likely to address your issues.
Dr. Harrell's level of experience with blepharoplasty surgery and facial surgery in general makes The Weston Center an excellent option for correcting droopy or unresponsive eyelids. Contact us by going to the top-right corner of this webpage and filling out the form, or give us a call at (954) 526-0066 . Dr. Harrell serves patients in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami through The Weston Center.