Conveniently located to serve Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Los Angeles.
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Am I a Good Candidate for Upper Blepharoplasty?
If you have heaviness or drooping in the upper eyelid area, you may be a candidate for an upper eyelid lift. If you have very mild skin laxity and/or concerns about early signs of aging in the upper eyelid area, you may be a better candidate for non-surgical eyelid rejuvenation.
Dr. Sanan will need to assess your facial structure and tissue in order to determine if upper blepharoplasty is ideal for you. He will also review your medical history as candidates must be in good health and free of any medical conditions that interfere with the body’s healing process.
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Our Approach to Upper Blepharoplasty
Successful facial rejuvenation outcomes require consideration of the whole face, even if a patient is only concerned with one area. Dr. Emer and Dr. Sanan often advise combining upper blepharoplasty with complementary procedures to ensure a natural looking, harmonious result.
Upper eyelid surgery is frequently combined with lower eyelid treatments. Non-surgical skin tightening and/or skin rejuvenation treatments may be recommended to create balance between the upper and lower eyelids. In other cases, lower blepharoplasty, or lower eyelid surgery may be paired with an upper eyelid lift for comprehensive rejuvenation of the eye area.
Drooping upper eyelids can be a result of skin and muscle laxity in the forehead and brow. A combination brow lift and upper blepharoplasty may be advised in order to achieve an aesthetic look in the upper face.