Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Lift)

Your eyes tell a lot about you—your age, your mood, even how little sleep you had last night. Sagging upper and/or lower eyelids can age your appearance, inaccurately represent how you are feeling, and in severe cases interfere with your vision. A blepharoplasty can correct sagging eyelid tissue to brighten and open up the eyes. An eyelid lift is one of the best ways to recapture a refreshed and youthful appearance.

Refresh Your Eyes

Dr. Aycock can revitalize the appearance of your eyes by removing excess tissue, tightening loose tissue, and addressing displaced fat in the eyelids. Whether you need an upper eyelid lift, lower eyelid lift, or both, blepharoplasty can help you look younger and refreshed.


Upper Blepharoplasty

Sagging, loose upper eyelids can portray a sad and aged appearance. They can also affect your vision if the excess tissue blocks your full range of sight. If you are tired of looking older than you are, it may be time for an eyelid lift (eyelid tuck). An upper eyelid lift removes the excess skin and tightens the eyelid tissue for a better-functioning upper eyelid as well as a more youthful appearance.


Lower Blepharoplasty

The lower eyelid is highly sensitive skin tissue and is especially vulnerable to the effects of gravity and aging. If this tissue becomes saggy or puffy, it can greatly age the appearance and create a perpetually sad, tired, or grumpy expression. A lower eyelid tuck tightens the tissue and carefully removes or repositions displaced fat to restore a more youthful and natural appearance.


Blepharoplasty Before & After Photos

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"Each of us has a different ideal and our own individual anatomy. I listen to you and your body to find options for beautiful and natural results. "
- Joyce Aycock, MD