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Blepharoplasty for Eyelid Rejuvenation

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Awaken aging eyes with exceptional surgical services.

If the eyes are the window to the soul, what do yours tell the world? Do they align with how you feel about yourself? Do they suggest that you’re older than you are? Or do they communicate that you’re sick, don’t sleep, and otherwise struggle to maintain a healthy lifestyle? All of us can look tired from time to time, due to a poor night’s sleep or even dehydration. As skin loses its structural support and elasticity, exhausted eyes may become a static feature of your face that doesn’t match your inner vibrance and health.

Blepharoplasty for eyelid rejuvenation represents one of many surgical procedures available at the West Palm Beach, Florida office of Exclusive Dermatology. Our practice is led by a board-certified dermatologist and board-certified Mohs micrographic surgeon, Dr. Steven Rotter. In his 30+-year career, Dr. Rotter has acquired considerable skill and expertise in dermatological surgery, with more than 100,000 surgeries to his name. You can trust that your safety and appearance are in exceptional and highly talented hands.

The problem: Tired, “aging” eyes

Saggy skin of the upper eyelids is commonly associated with aging.  Age-related changes to fat distribution may produce excess padding over or under the lids and droopy brows and bags that make you look older and chronically tired.  

The solution: Blepharoplasty

Depending on the extent of laxity and drooping associated with eyelid ptosis, Dr. Rotter’s tailored recommendations can literally “open up the eyes.” This procedure allows you to see clearly again, increases ocular function, and restores your quality of life. Depending on what he finds during a facial assessment, Dr. Rotter may recommend blepharoplasty performed through tiny incisions that are precisely placed and well-hidden in creases to minimize risks such as scarring. 

As needed, “prehabilitation” may be recommended further to support a predictable and fast recovery following surgery; for instance, it is generally advised to stop smoking and to modify the use of certain medications that may increase the chance of bleeding and supplements before your procedure.

Medications are safely administered to numb the area of concern and help to put you at ease. These medications ensure comfort yet are associated with lingering drowsiness. So, you cannot drive following surgery.

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