Eyelid Lift | Blepharoplasty

Eyelid surgery - blepharoplasty

“When your eyes are tired the world is tired also.”

– DAVID WHYTE

As we age, our skin loses its elasticity. The loss of elasticity will cause skin to droop or sag. Around the eyes, loose, hanging skin can disrupt the natural upper eyelid contour, and, for some, even interrupt vision. On the lower eyelid, drooping, excess skin creates puffiness and bags under the eyes.

Blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, will tighten up the skin around the eyes, reduce the bagginess from the lower lids, and restore the youthful appearance and contour of the eyelids.

Blepharoplasty can be performed on the upper or lower eyelid. The excess skin in the upper and lower eyelids can be removed. If necessary, fat can be removed or repositioned to achieve a youthful yet natural look. Blepharoplasty is typically performed under local anesthesia or with intravenous sedation. The procedure can be performed alone or in conjunction with other facial aesthetic procedures.


Why Choose Dr. Tanna?

Dr. Neil Tanna believes an eyelid lift can offer great patient satisfaction. When performing blepharoplasty, the desired result is a natural and youthful appearing eyelid. Dr. Tanna uses the latest blepharoplasty techniques to treat the aged or tired appearance, bags under the eyes, sagging skin of the upper eyelid, and fine lines around the eyes.


Select Publications and Presentations by Dr. Tanna

  • Roostaeian J, Kohan E, Tanna N, Tabit CJ, Kawamoto HK, Bradley JP.

    Staged reconstruction of the lower eyelid following tri-lamellar injury: A case series and anatomic study. Published in Journal of Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery. 2012;65:48-53.

  • Roostaeian J, Kohan E, Tanna N, Kawamoto HK, Bradley JP.

    Reconstruction of the Scarred and Displaced Lower Eyelid following Violation of All Three Lamellae. Published in Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Journal. 2011;127:58e-60e.

  • Joshi AS, Janjanin S, Tanna N, Geist C, Lindsey C.

    Does Suture Material and Technique Really Matter? Lessons Learned From 800 Consecutive Blepharoplasties. Published in Laryngoscope. 2007;117:981-984.

  • Does Suture Material and Technique Really Matter? Lessons Learned from 800 Consecutive Blepharoplasties.

    Presented at 2007 Combined Sections Meeting of The Triological Society, Marco Island, FL, February 15, 2007.