For many people, feeling confident and proud of their facial appearance is a priority. Regardless of age or gender, a person’s facial appearance can contribute significantly to their self-esteem. Our eyes, in addition to their obvious physiological function, when bright and rested-looking, can make a great first impression or simply help to improve how someone feels about themself when they look in the mirror. While ocular care is strictly medical, and unrelated to facial aesthetic, the eyes do much more than see; they are seen, and while droopy eyelids, or fatty bags under the eyes do not usually impact their functionality, such aesthetic imperfections can greatly affect the overall appearance. Fortunately, there are many elective cosmetic procedures to choose from, that are designed to impact and improve the skin surrounding the eyes.

What Is Blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty is the most commonly performed dermal rejuvenation surgery, used to remove excess fat, skin and tissue, surrounding the eyes. Blepharoplasty is an elective, cosmetic surgery that can also be combined with a second surgery, if requested and /or recommended.