Eyelid Surgery Toronto & Oshawa
BLEPHAROPLASTY FOR PUFFY EYELIDS
If your eyelids are puffy and you look a little grumpy, Avenue Plastic Surgery has the solution for you. Through eyelid surgery at our Toronto & Oshawa or office, we can renew the appearance of your upper and lower eyelids to give you a more refreshed appearance.
Eyelid surgery in Oshawa & Toronto can address problems like:
- Puffy bags and wrinkles beneath the eyes
- Lax skin on the upper eyelids
- Obscured vision caused by lax skin
With eyelid surgery the surgeon treats these problems and gives you a more vibrant facial expression. After the procedure, you’ll look youthful, rested and awake. To learn more about eyelid surgery in Toronto, browse our frequently asked questions and then call us to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Golger or Dr. Romy.
EYELID SURGERY OSHAWA & TORONTO FAQ
How does eyelid surgery procedure work?
After making small incisions around the eyelids, we remove loose skin and tiny pockets of fat. When necessary, a laser can help tighten and firm the skin. Once the desired results are achieved, we use fine sutures to close the incisions.
Does health insurance pay for the cost of eyelid surgery in Toronto & Oshawa?
If loose tissue on the eyelids is obscuring your vision, a health insurance provider may cover all or part of the eyelid surgery cost.
After eyelid surgery, what should I expect?
We apply an ointment to your eyes immediately after surgery. Expect some swelling, bruising and blurred vision during the initial recovery period. We will provide detailed instructions for aftercare and recovery, which usually takes 7-10 days.
Does eyelid surgery have risks?
Like any surgical procedure, eyelid surgery has risks. During your consultation, we’ll review risks, potential adverse events, and safety information, so you can weigh the risks and benefits of blepharoplasty.
Where can I get blepharoplasty in Oshawa & Toronto?
Contact our Toronto offices to learn more about eyelid surgery. During a consultation, you’ll get all the information you need to make a decision about eyelid surgery.