All Your Eyelids Need Is Surgery

image-eyelidThey say the eyes are the windows to the soul. Well, don’t let those windows remain half-open. Metaphors aside, the eyelids can indeed sag and droop naturally or over time, concealing the true beauty of your eyes. Don’t let this happen; perhaps what you need is a blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery.

But don’t go getting your eyelids fixed just yet. Read on to find out if you are indeed a good candidate for the procedure.

Getting to Know Blepharoplasty

An eyelid surgery is performed to improve the appearance of the eyelids. However, it can be used for medical reasons as well. Having sagging eyelids may interfere with one’s vision. When the vision is impaired and affects an individual’s quality of life, then a blepharoplasty becomes more necessary.

During the surgery, the surgeon can work on either the upper or lower eyelids or both. Whether you have considered the procedure to enhance the appearance of your eyes or restore their normal function, a blepharoplasty can rejuvenate the area around your eyes.

Is Blepharoplasty What You Need?

An eyelid surgery is performed to treat sagging or loose skin in the lids that create folds, impairing vision and distorting the natural contour of the upper eyelids. At times, excess fatty deposits in the area can cause the eyelids to become puffy and unpleasant to look at.

Meanwhile, eyelid surgery can get rid of bothersome bags that hang under the eyes. At times, the lower lids can droop so much that the white below the iris of the eye is revealed. A blepharoplasty can also treat the disturbed appearance of the lower eyelids that are caused by fine wrinkles and excess skin in the area.

Eyelid Surgery in Inland Empire

Reveal the hidden beauty of your peepers. Call us today at (760) 240-2444 to request a consultation with Dr. Tehrani. We look forward to your visit!

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