Sagging eyelids can make a person look much older than they really are. When the sagging causes vision problems, surgery to correct the problem could be covered by insurance. Traditionally, this procedure, whether for cosmetic or medical purposes, was performed using a scalpel.
The incisions took time to heal and often left visible scars that needed to be covered with makeup. Today, there is a new way to do blepharoplasty that requires less downtime and faster overall recovery.
Goals for Blepharoplasty
Although some people may seek out this procedure only because they are unable to see clearly due to their drooping eyelids, most hope for an aesthetic outcome. By choosing a surgeon who has achieved the desired results for people with a similar condition, patients may get a dramatic improvement in their appearance.
When the patient has a choice, they typically opt for the most comfortable procedure and recovery. Laser …