Eyelid Lift / Blepharoplasty in New Jersey
Problem – Do you have puffy or baggy skin around your eyes? Do you look tired even when you’re not? Do you have trouble seeing due to drooping, loose skin above your eyes?
Solution – An eyelid lift in New Jersey with Dr. Ganchi can give your eyes a more alert, open look, reducing bags below and excess skin above your eyes. Blepharoplasty can help you look years younger.
How can an eyelid lift enhance my appearance?
Blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, is a surgical procedure to correct the effects of time on your eyes. Eye skin can sag because of the lifelong effects of gravity, smoking, sun damage, or heredity. An eyelid lift with New Jersey cosmetic surgeon Dr. Ganchi smooths and tightens the skin around your eyes, making you look more youthful and alert.
You are a candidate for an eyelid lift if you have:
- Loose, baggy skin above or below your eyes
- Fatty deposits around your eyes
- Impaired vision due to excess skin
- A puffy, tired look to your eyes
Although an eyelid lift with double board certified New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr. Ganchi can set back the clock, no cosmetic procedure can permanently prevent the effects of aging. In combination with your eyelid lift, you may select other procedures to achieve your desired results.
How is an eyelid lift performed? Are there any risks?
Generally, for the upper eyelid, New Jersey cosmetic surgeon Dr. Ganchi makes small incisions, following the natural lines of your eyelids. These incisions may extend slightly into your laugh lines or other creases. Dr. Ganchi conceals the incision within the natural fold of your upper eyelid so that you can show off your beautiful results without being worried about hiding your scar. Through this incision, Dr. Ganchi restores a youthful, vibrant look to your eyes by removing excess skin and fatty tissue.
For your lower eyelid cosmetic procedure, double board certified New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr. Ganchi often conceals an incision below your lower lashes. He then removes any excess skin, muscle, and fat. Depending on your particular case, he may redistribute this fat to eliminate puffy bulges.
As with any surgery there are associated risks. With thorough planning and preparation, we will guide you through this experience to achieve the best results with few unexpected problems.
Where is eyelid lift cosmetic surgery performed?
Dr. Ganchi tends to perform eyelid lifts in New Jersey as an outpatient surgical procedure. A number of our patients prefer to have general anesthesia, but most patients are comfortable enough under deep sedation local anesthesia. In most cases, you even go home the same day. However, if you are undergoing multiple procedures, you may need to stay overnight. A close friend or family member must drive you to and from the surgery center and care for you for the first 24-48 hours.
What other procedures may be performed with an eyelid lift?
Facelift surgery is often performed to tighten or remove excess facial skin.
Brow lift surgery can correct a low position of the eyebrows, a sagging forehead, or furrows between your eyes and across your nose.
Neck rejuvenation (neck lift) will contribute to an overall younger appearance by repairing visible neck muscle bands, removing excess fat deposits, and smoothing loose skin.
How will I look after eyelid lift surgery?
The youthful results of your eyelid lift with double board certified New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr. Ganchi should last for many years. After time, some patients may repeat these procedures, and add other rejuvenating treatments to restore their youthful appearance.
Imagine a more beautiful you.
The eyelid lift in New Jersey is but one of the many procedures we offer to revitalize your appearance. Please ask us about other procedures to refresh and renew your natural beauty. Click here to see a brief list of procedures we offer.
NOTE: Only a licensed professional with the knowledge and skill required to achieve optimum results should perform eyelid lift surgery. Look for a plastic surgeon who is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and who has completed his training at some of the top plastic surgery institutions.