As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and we get wrinkles. We look older even though we still feel young and vibrant inside! The good news is you can do something about it.
From lid surgery to injectables, the Aesthetic Center of Lubbock has a variety of surgical cosmetic procedures and non-surgical facial treatments to help you look your best. Our treatments can smooth the wrinkles on your forehead, eliminate excess eyelid skin, and reverse facial volume loss to give you a refreshed, friendlier appearance.
Whether your goal is looking your best for your career or for the pleasure of looking in the mirror each morning, the right change can make a compelling difference. The Aesthetic Center of Lubbock delivers beautiful, natural-looking results.
What you can expect
The Aesthetic Center of Lubbock wants your cosmetic surgery experience to be a “Wow!” from the first call through your follow-up. Our goal is for you to love your experience of being a Aesthetic Center of Lubbock patient as much as you love your natural-looking results.
Your initial personal consultation with the Aesthetic Center of Lubbock will determine what treatments are the best solution for your goals. There are many to choose from, each offering unique solutions and many that can be done in combination to achieve dramatic results.
We offer upper and lower Eyelid Lift/Blepharoplasty. In addition, the Aesthetic Center of Lubbock offers other non-surgical cosmetic treatments. For more information on our services, please contact one of our staff specialists at (806) 792-5900.
An Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty), is the surgical correction of droopy, saggy or puffy upper and/or lower eyelids. They can make you appear tired or angry and add years to your appearance. Primarily a cosmetic procedure, for some it may be medically necessary in order to improve loss of peripheral vision. This procedure can be performed in conjunction to other non-surgical treatments to provide optimal results.
An Eyelid Lift is ideal for the correction of:
- Loose, sagging and/or folded upper eyelids that may limit vision
- Puffy fat deposits in the upper eyelids
- Under-eye bags
- Sagging lower eyelids that may show the white of the eyes below the iris
- Excess skin in the lower eyelids
- Fine wrinkles in the lower eyelids
How is Blepharoplasty performed?
Blepharoplasty can be performed on either the upper eyelids or the lower eyelids. An incision is made along the natural creases of the upper eyelids or from the inside surface of the lower eyelids. The extra skin and fat is removed, resulting in a brighter, more awake appearance. Patients are under local anesthesia, supplemented by a mild sedative, but it can also be performed under light sedation anesthesia. With either method, you will be quite comfortable during the procedure.
What is the downtime for Blepharoplasty?
Most patients are back to their normal routine within a few days, although complete recovery may take up to 2 to 3 weeks. Swelling, bruising and some discomfort are part of the recovery process and can usually be alleviated with cold compresses and a mild pain reliever.