Category Archives: Upper Blepharoplasty

Upper Blepharoplasty: Local Anesthesia or Sedation?

  Droopy eyelids don’t just make you look tired, they can also affect your vision. As we get older, skin loses its elasticity and eyelids can begin to sag. But droopy eyelids can also be caused by any illness or condition that affects the nerves or muscles of the eyes such as a stroke, brain …

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Upper Blepharoplasty: Am I Too Young?

You've probably heard of Upper Blepharoplasty, or surgery to remove the excess overhang of skin above your eye; you may be wondering if you might be a candidate for this type of facial surgery. Often people think that you must be older to consider this procedure. Youthful Reflections wants to help you learn more about …

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Surgical and Non-Surgical Eyelid Lift Treatments

As we get older, one of the first places we notice visible signs of aging is around our eyes. The delicate skin around the eyes is extremely thin and becomes even thinner as you age, with the most common changes including dark circles, ‘crow’s feet,’ and bags or swelling under or around the eyes. Thankfully, …

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Knowing When It’s Time For An Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty Procedure

What Is An Upper Blepharoplasty? An upper blepharoplasty is a procedure that removes protruding fat and loose, sagging skin from the eyelids. This procedure may be performed for cosmetic or medical purposes. The sole purpose of a cosmetic blepharoplasty is to improve one's appearance. A functional blepharoplasty is performed to improve vision. Loose skin and …

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Comparing an Upper and Lower Eyelid Lift

It's a fact that as people age, the muscles, fat and skin around the eye grow lax, which leads to sagging and bulging. This excess and drooping tissue is called dermatochalasis and can be caused by age or genetics. Eyelid lifts benefit those people whose eyelids make them look older than they are or perpetually …

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