The eye area, with its delicate skin, is often the first facial feature to show common signs of aging. Some patients see cosmetic concerns primarily on the upper eyelids while others see more evidence of the natural process of aging on the lower lids. Many people, however, tend to see changes across both the upper and lower eyelids. Eyelid surgery from our board certified facial plastic surgeon can address one or both upper and lower eyelid regions to achieve more comprehensive rejuvenation. For the ideal candidate, Dr. Eugenie Brunner performs the techniques together because, combined, they can:

  • Achieve greater rejuvenation in the eye area as a whole
  • Provide an increased likelihood of maintaining a balanced, symmetrical, and cosmetically appealing outcome
  • Offer a lower cost than performing two separate operations

Combining upper and lower eyelid surgery is not appropriate for every patient, and Dr. Brunner can help you determine if this procedure is right for your needs and goals. Additionally, we offer a range of non-surgical cosmetic enhancement options that can often provide alternative or supplementary treatment options. Talk to us today to learn more.

Double Board Certified: Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery & Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

Castle Connolly Top Doctor for 10 years (2009-2019) in Cosmetic Facial Plastic Surgery

Fellow, American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Fellow, American College of Surgeons


Most Comprehensive Skin Rejuvenation Laser Center in Central New Jersey

Thousands of Cosmetic Facial Plastic Procedures Performed

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