EYELID & BROW SURGERY
You’ve probably heard the expression, “The eyes say it all.” The eyes have the ability to convey a range of emotions, such as joy, sadness and suspicion.
And sometimes, without even trying, we may project a certain feeling based on the appearance of our eyes. Puffiness, frown lines and drooping lids can convey a tired or stern look that doesn’t match your true emotion.
OUR SURGEON CAN HELP YOU APPEAR AS VIBRANT ON THE OUTSIDE AS YOU FEEL ON THE INSIDE.
With years of training and experience performing facial plastic surgery, our board-certified plastic surgeon has the expertise required to provide you with the beautiful results you want. To learn more about eyelid and brow surgery in Salt Lake City and how it can help to improve your appearance, you can request a consultation online or call our office at (801) 747-2273. Our doctor and his team are eager to meet you and help you on your aesthetic journey.
EYELID & BROW SURGERY CANDIDATES
In addition to improving your overall facial appearance, eyelid and brow surgery can specifically target the following concerns:
- Saggy, excess eyelid skin
- Crow’s feet
- Heavy, drooping brows
- Bags underneath the eyes
- Wrinkles of the forehead
Most of our surgeon's patients come to them seeking improvement in the entire eye area. No matter what your eye concerns, they can help develop a surgical plan that will satisfy your needs. By taking an active approach in your plastic surgery journey, you and your doctor will partner to help your vision become a reality.
THE TRILOGY DIFFERENCE
Sometimes, in order to achieve optimal eye rejuvenation, patients in Salt Lake City choose brow lift surgery to be performed along with their eyelid surgery. A brow lift is performed by creating incisions near the hairline and elevating the brows and smoothing forehead wrinkles.
Once your doctor has made all of the desired corrections to the eye area, he will close the incisions and you can begin your recovery.
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER YOUR EYELID & BROW SURGERY
After your surgery, you will be asked to keep your head elevated for a few days. In about a week, your sutures can be removed, and you can return to most of your normal activities. Depending on which procedure or procedures our surgeon performs, recovery time may vary.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.