The professionals at Flores Plastic Surgery know how important our eyes are. Due to this, many people that feel self-conscious about their eyes look for ways to change them. Eyelid surgery in Miami can easily change the shape and appearance of the eye and the face. It is one of the five most popular plastic surgery procedures performed. When performed by a professional surgeon, the patient can have beautiful, brighter, wider eyes and a happier outlook on life overall.
What Exactly is Eyelid Surgery?
Eyelid surgery in Miami, also known as an eyelid lift or blepharoplasty. It is a cosmetic procedure performed to get rid of crow’s feet, extra eye skin, drooping eyelids, dark circles, bags and helps to tighten and firm the skin. There are many processes that can take place during surgery depending on the person and their specific needs. Some may only require changes on their upper or lower eyelids; some require both. Treatments are tailored to your specific needs and desires.
Who is Eyelid Surgery in Miami Good For?
Those that are healthy, have no serious conditions with their eyes or eyelids, and ready to improve drooping, saggy, dark-circled, tired-looking eyes.
What Can I Expect the Day of the Surgery
Depending on the amount of work being done on the patient, the procedure is a quicker one that does not require a lot of time. The work is performed as an outpatient procedure and can be completed within an hour to an hour and a half. Those that have the procedure done will rest for the first day, and then they are up and walking around the next day. Recovery time is minimal, but every person is different, and it may depend on the individual person and the specific procedure performed. Always follow the specific recovery instructions provided by the professionals at Flores Plastic Surgery.
For further information or answers to your questions, speak with our professionals here at Flores Plastic Surgery in Miami, FL. We are more than happy to help with all the questions you have or to schedule a consultation for you to come in and speak with the doctor.