in Buffalo, NY
What is Blepharoplasty Surgery?
It’s natural for your eyelids to get looser as you age. When they stretch over time and the muscles supporting them get weaker, it can affect your self-confidence and obstruct your vision. To address these effects, your doctor may recommend a common surgery called a blepharoplasty. During a blepharoplasty, your surgeon will remove the excess skin, fat, and tissue from the eyelids, tightening the muscles and restoring proper eyelid function.
Here are some things to consider before considering eyelid surgery:
Droopy eyelids don’t always need treatment: Skin that loses elasticity with age is normal. If you’re eyelids aren’t affecting your vision or quality of life, surgery may not be right for you.
Sometimes loose eyelids affect vision: If the upper eyelids are the problem, they can droop enough to block part of your field of vision and require treatment.
Blepharoplasty can be performed for different reasons: Some patients elect to have eyelid surgery for functional reasons, while other cases are purely for the aesthetic benefits.
Leading Buffalo Blepharoplasty Surgeon
At Buffalo Ophthalmology, our extensive training allows us to tailor your eyelid surgery to your specific needs. Oculofacial surgery involves a precise approach to this delicate part of the face, which makes having access to a specialist that you trust even more critical. Using our breadth of experience, we can restore vision and provide natural-looking results.
Our Approach to Blepharoplasty Eyelid Surgery
When you come to us for a consultation for blepharoplasty, we’ll start by getting a complete picture of your eye health. Our expert team will then determine whether surgery is the right choice to meet your visual or aesthetic goals.
Dr. Ausra Selvadurai is a skilled surgeon whose dedication to research keeps her at the forefront of her field. She performs oculofacial procedures using the latest techniques in order to ensure the best outcomes for every patient.
Eyelid Surgery in Buffalo, NY
BLEPHAROPLASTY TO REMOVE EXCESS EYELID SKIN
ECTROPION / ENTROPION REPAIR
EYELID SURGERY TIPS
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