Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is a popular cosmetic procedure that can help to rejuvenate the appearance of the upper and lower eyelids. The eyelids are one of the areas of the face that can be heavily affected by aging and other factors that can lead to issues like eyelid sagging and puffy bags underneath the eyelids.

At Chennai Plastic Surgery, we offer blepharoplasty for women and men who want to restore the vibrant and youthful appearance of their eyes. Our team of expert cosmetic surgeons is dedicated to providing beautiful and natural-looking blepharoplasty results.

Good Candidates for Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty can be performed on both the upper eyelids and lower eyelids. In some cases, both the upper and lower eyelids may be addressed at once. Blepharoplasty can be used to correct a variety of issues with the eyelids. Some of the most common issues that can be treated include eyelid wrinkles, drooping upper eyelids, and puffy bags underneath the eyes.

The ideal candidates for blepharoplasty should be in good health and should have moderate to severe eyelid wrinkling, sagging, or puffiness that they wish to correct through surgery. During your consultation, our team will go over your relevant medical history and examine your current health to determine if blepharoplasty is a good choice for you.

While blepharoplasty is often performed for cosmetic purposes, it can also be performed for functional reasons. Severe eyelid sagging can cause part of the patient’s vision to become obscured. In order to correct this, excess eyelid skin will need to be trimmed and the eyelid muscles will need to be tightened, this will restore the patient’s field of vision.

Schedule a Consultation

If you are bothered by the droopy, wrinkly, or puffy appearance of your eyelids, contact Chennai Plastic Surgery today to schedule a consultation for your blepharoplasty. Our team of expert cosmetic surgeons can answer any questions you have about the procedure so you can feel fully prepared for the process on the day of your surgery.