Our eyes are one of the first areas of our face to show visible signs of aging, often making us appear older and more tired than we are. If you’re hoping to counteract the effects of gravity and rejuvenate your eyes, blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) may be what you need.
A common misconception is that a facelift involves operating on the entire face. Though your eyes and forehead are part of your face, a traditional facelift only addresses the mid to lower face. The skin, muscles, and other tissues along the brow and eyelids are distinct from those in the lower two-thirds of the face.
Many patients opt to combine an eyelid lift with a facelift, reducing recovery time and overall cost. In the hands of a skilled, double board-certified surgeon like Dr. Stein, countless men and women have achieved their desired aesthetic goals.