If you’ve undergone blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) in the past and still experience drooping eyelids, help is within reach at the private practice of board-certified Robert M. Schwarcz, MD. At his offices on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and in Scarsdale, New York, in Westchester County, Dr. Schwarcz offers post-blepharoplasty repair to lift drooping eyelids and improve your line of vision. Schedule an appointment by phone or book online today to learn more.
Post-blepharoplasty repair with Dr. Schwarcz is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that corrects drooping eyelids after undergoing a previous blepharoplasty. He can correct abnormalities in eyelid tissue to tighten the lids and make them look aesthetically pleasing.
You might opt for post-blepharoplasty repair with Dr. Schwarcz if you experience the following:
Dr. Schwarcz has extensive training in eyelid surgery. He can give you the younger-looking, tighter, symmetrical eyelids you want.
To find out if you’re a good candidate for post-blepharoplasty repair, Dr. Schwarcz reviews your medical history, discusses your desired outcome, and examinees your eyelids. You must be in good overall physical health and have realistic expectations.
In preparation for post-blepharoplasty repair, follow all pre-procedure instructions. Stop taking certain medications if Dr. Schwarcz recommends it, arrange for someone to drive you home after surgery, and don’t eat or drink anything the morning of your scheduled procedure.
When you arrive at Dr. Schwarcz’s office for post-blepharoplasty repair, you’re given local anesthesia with a sedative or general anesthesia to put you to sleep. You won’t feel any pain.
Dr. Schwarcz makes tiny incisions within your eyelids, removes or repairs tissue, closes the incisions, and takes you to a recovery area to rest. Your surgery might last 1-2 hours.
After post-blepharoplasty repair, follow Dr. Schwarcz’s post-procedure instructions. Have someone drive you home, take medications as directed, get plenty of rest, and avoid vigorous activity until he gives you the okay.
You might take a few days up to a week off from work. Expect mild pain or irritation, dry eyes, swelling, or bruising during recovery. Apply cold packs or ointments as needed, and wear sunglasses until your eyelids heal. Dr. Schwarcz can remove your stitches after about a week.
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of previous eyelid surgery, consider post-blepharoplasty repair from Robert M. Schwarcz, MD. Call the office today or book an appointment online.