Case Study 9: Male Eyelid Surgery
Additional Eyelid Surgery Procedures
- Upper eyelid loose skin fold correction
- Eyelid fat bag removal
- Aged eye appearance correction
- Upper eyelid heaviness correction
- Blepharoplasty for puffy eyes
- Excess skin removal around the eyes
- Heavy upper eyelid correction
- Field of vision restoration
- Erbium laser with fat removal
- Excess skin and fat removal
- Blepharoplasty with specialised lasers
- Upper eyelid surgery with resurfacing of the lower eyelid
- Upper blepharoplasty
- Heavy bags and hooded eyelid removal
- Blepharoplasty with filler and suture lift
- Reduction of the frown area
- Eyelid surgery with skin complexion correction
- Eye rejuvenation with blepharoplasty
- Eyelid surgery with neck liposuction and mini facelift
- Blepharoplasty with mega lipo of the neck
- Carbon dioxide laser resurfacing
- Long-Term eyelid surgery results
- Blepharoplasty for anti-ageing
- Sad look correction
- Eyelid heaviness upper and lower eyelid
- More eyelid surgery case studies
Before And After Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery is a popular procedure at the Dr Lanzer Clinic. Patients can obtain this procedure for a variety of reasons; this goes from reducing an aged appearance to correcting problems with their field of view.
To ensure patients are fully informed before coming in for their consultation at our clinic, we have made various case studies available, which are delivered with the permission of previous patients. By looking at these case studies, you can get a better idea of what eyelid surgery entails and the effects it can create.
Of course, many prospective patients have some questions about eyelid surgery. To ensure you walk away with the right kind of information, we have listed some of these common questions below.
Which Type Of Patient Benefits Most From Blepharoplasty Surgery?
People of all ages visit our clinic wanting to improve their appearance. Male clients often wait for many years until they finally decide to act. One of the reasons for this is that they do not want to have a procedure whereby is it obvious that they have had something done. The beauty about the Blepharoplasty procedure is that there is not a lot of down-time. If a Lower Blepharoplasty is performed alone, there is no scarring, only some swelling for the first few days.
The Dr Lanzer Clinic gets both male and female patients looking for a blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery. Of course, these patients may be suffering from specific problems which causes them to choose the procedure. Among the most common problems, an aged appearance and a reduced field of view due to hooded eyes.
What Happens During an Upper Blepharoplasty?
An Upper Blepharoplasty will require an incision to be made as well as the removal of skin. The procedure also requires some stitches for one week after the surgery. Once these sutures are removed, the scar will heal and fade.
Can Eyelid Surgery Be Used for Certain Medical Problems?
Some people have conditions such as Syringoma or Xanthelasma. These can also be treated using lasers, rather than needing to cut them out. This means no need for an incision, stitches or significant scarring. Dr Lanzer would ensure that you have a blood test to check your Cholesterol levels as this condition will indicate an elevated level of cholesterol.
How Can I Keep My Skin Radiant After Eyelid Surgery?
Post procedure you can maintain and improve on your skin’s elasticity by having treatments such as the Revlite laser, Aura laser, Dermapen or Dermafraxel. These will all help to improve your skins elasticity and complexion. They also stimulate collagen and elastin to support the skin surrounding the eyes.
Muscle relaxants and facial fillers, or the fat transfer for that matter, will also help to improve the overall cosmetic result. Patients can have multiple treatments of these and can combine different treatments for the most holistic approach. These treatments can be done in the years following the procedure to help maintain the best results.
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Surgical Warning: Every form of surgery has a possibility of a complication and these are given to you in detail by Dr Lanzer. It is a good idea to understand your surgical procedure well, and to obtain further advice from another Specialist Cosmetic surgeon such as a Dermatologist like Dr Lanzer.
All photographs represent one person's experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients of Dr Lanzer. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken.
Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.