In Venice Beach and Santa Monica, eyelid surgery has become one of the most popular procedures sought by both men and women. Like a facelift, eyelid surgery can create subtle, natural-looking results that can have a major impact upon your overall appearance.
Medically referred to as blepharoplasty, clients can undergo upper eyelid surgery, lower eyelid surgery, or both. The procedure most commonly involves removing excess skin and/or fat from the eyelids to reduce puffiness, sagging, and drooping. It can also be combined with Botox and other non-surgical procedures to address crow’s feet or dark circles under the eyes. All told, the procedure usually takes about forty-five minutes to two hours, and it is performed with local anesthesia.
One of the reasons that eyelid surgery has become so popular is that it addresses an issue that can’t effectively be addressed in any other way. Diet and exercise go a long way toward helping you feel and look your best, but no diet is going to help you remove the fatty deposits under your eyes. That’s something that time, age, and genetics thrusts upon us, whether we like it or not. Thankfully, eyelid surgery is a minimally invasive way to address the problem and help brighten your eyes.
Choosing the Right Plastic Surgeon will Make a Huge Difference
As with any plastic surgery procedure, the most important choice you will make is who you choose as your plastic surgeon. Eyelid surgery can and should be customized to your unique facial structure, age, gender, and personal wishes. When choosing who to go to for plastic surgery in Venice, the most important things to look for are a solid reputation, years of experience, and a person who will give you the time and attention that you deserve.
At our secluded Venice Beach office, I worked directly with each and every one of my clients to ensure that I gain a solid understanding of their plastic surgery goals, questions, and concerns. I have no interest in bringing in as many clients as possible. Instead, I prefer to work with a select list of clients who I can get to know personally and provide with the highest possible level of care. I also understand that privacy is very important to a number of my clients, which is why my office is staffed simply by myself and one nurse. By keeping my practice small and intimate, I am better able to serve my clients and protect their confidentiality.