Eye Lid Surgery


Several factors, including aging, sun damage, smoking, stretching and obesity, can cause the eyelids to droop and sag as the supporting tissues deteriorate. This area is often one of the first to deteriorate, as the skin of the eyelid is thinner than the rest of the face. Eyelids that droop or bulge can cause people to appear much older or fatigued than they actually are.

Whether you’re looking for non-surgical cosmetic treatment options or surgery of the eye region, we have oculoplastic surgeons who are experts in the field. Blepharoplasty eyelid surgery may be a way to give you a more youthful look around the eyes. If your visual fields are obstructed, your insurance may even cover the surgery, making it much more reasonable financially. If you are seeing non-surgical options, procedures like Botox Cosmetic and Dermal Fillers are non-surgical options that are very cost effects ways to refresh and rejuvenate facial skin, giving a younger and less tired looking appearance to the eyes.

Our oculoplastic surgeons perform procedures such as the repair of droopy eyelids, blepharoplasty, repair of tear duct obstructions, orbital fracture repairs, orbital tumors, removal of tumors around the eyes, thyroid eye disease and eyelid reconstruction. Our surgeons also perform facial rejuvenation procedures including upper and lower eyelid lifts, endoscopic brow and forehead lifts, as well as mid-facelifting procedures.

Before and After 

Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty

with "Brow Lift"

By Kenneth D. Farr, M.D.
By Kenneth D. Farr, M.D.
By Kenneth D. Farr, M.D.
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