The Best Treatment for Your Eye Concerns

People often assume that eyelid surgery in Boston always involves correction of both the upper and lower eyelids. In reality, upper eyelid surgery and lower eyelid surgery are distinct procedures that are chosen for different reasons. If you are thinking about improving the appearance of your eyes, the following list of concerns may be helpful in determining which procedure is best for you.

Concerns

  • Under eye puffiness: Individuals who are worried about the appearance of “bags” under their eyes can benefit from lower blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). This creates a more rested look by removing excess fat deposits below the lid.
  • Under eye hollowness: Lower eyelid surgery can include the repositioning of fat pads to add volume to depressed or sunken under eye hollows.
  • Lines and wrinkles: Lower blepharoplasty can reduce the appearance of “crow’s feet” or lines around the eyes by removing excess skin and smoothing the lower eyelid.
  • “Opening up” the eye: Individuals who suffer from eye “hooding” or a droopy upper eyelid may benefit from upper eyelid surgery. This removes excess skin and fatty tissue and can even improve impaired vision caused by eyelid sagging.
  • Creating definition: Upper blepharoplasty can create a more defined eye contour and restore a more youthful eye shape.
  • Total rejuvenation: For complete anti-aging benefits, upper and lower eyelid surgery may be combined to address a full range of concerns and refresh the look of the entire eye.

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