How We Do Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty is a procedure to improve the appearance of your saggy eyelids. This procedure minimizes excess skin, tightens muscles, and reposition pockets of fat from the upper and lower eyelid.
For upper eyelid surgery, Dr. Michael K. Obeng will make an incision on the eyelid within a natural crease along the eyelid region and proceed with removing extra skin.
For lower eyelid surgery, Dr. Michael K.Obeng will make an incision around the lower eyelid region. He will proceed to remove skin around the eyelid and reposition fat pockets beneath the eye to create a smooth, contoured appearance between the eyelid and cheek.
After the incisions are made, Dr.Michael K.Obeng will seal the incisions with sutures.
What Eyelid Surgery can Treat
- Reduces excess skin that obscures the natural fold of your upper eyelids
- Corrects fat pockets in the upper and lower eyelid
- Reduces bags underneath the eyelid
- Corrects weak muscles by tightening the eyelid region
- Reduces excess skin and fine wrinkles of lower eyelid
Double Eyelid Surgery
Double Eyelid Surgery or Asian Eyelid Surgery is a cosmetic surgery that fixes the lack of fold in the upper eyelids. The absence of an upper eyelid fold leads to the appearance of a smaller, monolid eyelid. The double eyelid surgical procedure creates a natural fold to make the eyes look larger and rounder.
What it Cost
EYELID SURGERY With MiKO Plastic Surgery
The cost of eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty varies depending on the patient’s goals. Please contact us and schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael K.Obeng. MiKO Plastic Surgery, Beverly Hills will accommodate the most accurate cost estimates for your eyelid procedural needs. If you’re not in the Beverly Hills or Los Angeles area, visit our travel section to arrange a trip to MiKO Plastic Surgery.
The blepharoplasty recovery period is typically one to two weeks. The swelling, bruising, and scarring is significantly reduced during the recovery period. Usually, the upper eyelid heals faster than the lower eyelid. Scars in upper eyelid are placed within the natural fold of the eyelid, while scars in the lower eyelid are placed beneath the eyelash, scarring should be completely invisible within a few weeks. Dr. Michael K.Obeng will prescribe treatment for the skin and have bandages applied to protect the eyes. Daily activities of patients can continue usually within ten days of the procedure.