Eyes are the window to your soul, and a simple eye lift can change your entire look. For an eye lift, or blepharoplasty procedure, you may have either your upper eyelids or lower eyelids (or both) transformed to make your eyes look younger and brighter and your face more alert.
Drooping eyelids are one of the first visible signs of aging as the skin develops deposits of fat and the lid muscles begin to weaken. Dr. Beverly Fischer is a top female cosmetic surgeon in the Baltimore area. She’s adept at this procedure and can help you assess your current look and decide how to best enhance it.View Before & After Photos
Blame it on age. As we grow older, the delicate skin around our eyes can droop, making us look older, sad and more tired than we are. Extra skin can sag in the upper lid, and you might even feel a heaviness around your eyes.
On the lower eyelids, you may have bags or dark circles that are further accentuated by a crease between your eyelid and cheek. You’re a good candidate for eye lift services if you’re experiencing any of these concerns.
Eye lifts are relatively simple outpatient procedures that removes excess skin (and sometimes tissue) to define and awaken your eyes. If there is fat pads or severe bags under the eye, that will also be addressed. Results are truly eye-opening, so be prepared for a big change that really makes you feel and look refreshed.
Eye lifts offer aesthetic and functional benefits. Often times it is a necessary procedure to remove vision obstruction and improving your vision.
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When undergoing an eye lift, general anesthesia is available for patients that feel more comfortable being less aware during surgery. A no anesthesia option can be requested.
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At your eye lift consultation, Dr. Fischer will review your medical history and discuss your specific goals.
About three weeks prior to your eye lift, you’ll come to our offices to sign consent forms and receive pre- and post-operative instructions.
For an eye lift, we’ll administer local anesthesia and Dr. Fischer will perform a 1-2-hour surgery employing the most cutting-edge tools customized for blepharoplasty. You’ll be able to go home that day. Any discomfort can be treated with prescription medication.
You’ll be feeling well after about two to three days, and most swelling and bruising will have subsided by five to seven days (the longer period refers to both eyelids). Make sure that you’re getting enough rest and avoid strenuous activity for the first week.
You can resume your normal routine, including more strenuous activity. We can discuss continuing enhancing treatments if desired to keep your skin looking its best.
An eye lift or blepharoplasty typically costs between $2,850 - $6,800, depending on the patient's goals. The combined upper and lower procedure costs approximately $5,800.
We’d be happy to discuss pricing options as well as payment plans. Explore financing options through Care Credit today!