Eyelid Surgery

One of the most important parts of any cosmetic surgery is the recovery period. Healing as intended can make the process go more smoothly as well as help to ensure the outcome is as described. This becomes even more important when multiple procedures are performed. Most of the instructions following the operation will be similar to what is given after a single technique; however, some elements will be unique to your customized treatment plan. If you’re receiving a combination of facelift, neck lift, and eyelid lift surgery, it’s important to give yourself enough time to fully heal. This experience can… Continue Reading

Some people develop signs of aging primarily in one area, such as under the eyes or along the brow. For many patients, however, the natural process of aging tends to affect multiple areas to a similar degree. For these individuals, combination treatment may provide more noticeable and satisfying rejuvenation. Furthermore, by addressing several interrelated areas, the outcome often can be more natural-looking as well as more recognizably youthful. Dr. Eugenie Brunner, our extensively trained facial plastic surgeon, applies this philosophy to beautiful effect. The eyelids, mid and lower face, and neckline have delicate skin that can more readily show the… Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

Similar to the question of whether the chicken or the egg came first, there’s a minor controversy about sagging eyelids. The reason for this is because eyelid droop can be caused by a descending brow, the development of excess eyelid tissue, or both. An experienced facial plastic surgeon like Dr. Eugenie Brunner can identify whether the brows, eyelids, or both are contributing to your concerns. In the event that both forces are at work, a combination of brow lift surgery and an eyelid lift may be recommended. Brow lift surgery (sometimes called a forehead lift) can elevate the descending tissues… Continue Reading

Blepharoplasty, commonly called eyelid surgery, can address puffiness, skin laxity, and heaviness in the upper and lower eyelids. If you’re considering this procedure to achieve a more youthful, refreshed, and awake look, one of the questions you may have about the operation is, “How much does it cost?” Dr. Eugenie Brunner, our board certified facial plastic surgeon, has provided a general overview of the fees associated with eyelid surgery to help you determine if this approach may be right for you. It’s important to note that the price will reflect your unique treatment plan, and Dr. Brunner will detail all… Continue Reading

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