Your eyes are one of your primary facial features, serving as the first area you notice when looking in the mirror and the primary feature people see when looking at your face. When age, injury, or genetics cause the skin around your eyelid to droop or sag, you may feel less confident in your appearance. At VPSI, our board-certified Las Vegas doctors perform blepharoplasty to restore this lost confidence and help you achieve your best self.
Am I a Good Candidate?
If you are a healthy adult without vision issues, you are a good candidate for blepharoplasty. It is an ideal procedure if you are looking to restore youthfulness around the eyes.
Who Blepharoplasty Is Great For
When the skin of your eyelids droops, it can affect both the appearance and function of the eyes. Blepharoplasty can address:
During your consultation, we will discuss your candidacy for blepharoplasty and ensure that the procedure’s outcome will meet your goals and expectations.
How Old Do I Have to Be?
The majority of patients who choose blepharoplasty are 35 or older. However, you can undergo the procedure as young as 18 to resolve genetic eyelid concerns.
Taking the First Steps
The first step in pursuing a blepharoplasty with Vegas Plastic Surgery Institute is scheduling your consultation with one of our doctors. From your first interaction with our office, you will experience compassionate, respectful care that prioritizes your comfort.
During your consultation, we will discuss the details of the blepharoplasty procedure and determine the best treatment options and techniques for your specific concerns. Additionally, we will go over the procedure’s steps, risks, and benefits and evaluate your physical condition and ultimate goals.
Your consultation is the ideal time to ask questions, express concerns, and ensure you feel comfortable.
Meet Our Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons
At VPSI, our surgeons distinguish themselves by their excellent technical skills and artistic eye. Both Dr. Brosious and Dr. Goldman have the versatile experience that allows them to say “yes” to nearly every patient who walks through the door.
Dr. John Brosious is a full-scope plastic and reconstructive surgeon offering head-to-toe surgeries. His background includes experience in Level I Trauma centers and academic institutions, equipping him to take on the most advanced reconstruction cases. Dr. Brosious performs over 200 chest surgeries a year for both transfeminine and transmasculine patients, and he is also the only surgeon in Nevada performing male to female genital gender affirmation surgery.
Likewise, Dr. Joshua Goldman is a comprehensive plastic and reconstructive surgeon, well-known in the breast cancer community for his specialization in breast microsurgery. He single-handedly has the highest number of microsurgery cases in the State of Nevada and has been named by Vegas Inc’s Las Vegas Weekly as “Las Vegas 40 Under 40” and a “2021 Top Doctor.”
To Dr. Brosious and Dr. Goldman, you are family, and they are here to help guide you through your journey to enhance your natural beauty.
Josh Goldman, MD
John Brosious, MD
The Procedure Process Explained
Blepharoplasty is an outpatient procedure, so you can return home once you awaken from anesthesia.
When you arrive for your blepharoplasty, you will receive the anesthesia method you and your doctor discussed during your consultation.
During the procedure, your surgeon will make an incision along the natural folds of the eyelid. The strategic location of your incision minimizes the appearance of scars as you recover.
Inside the incision, your surgeon will remove excess skin, fat, and muscle to strengthen and tighten the remaining muscle and skin. After removing the appropriate skin and tissue, your surgeon will close your incision, and you can begin recovery.
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Recovery and Aftercare
When you awake from anesthesia, you can return home to recover. However, a friend or loved one will need to drive you home. We provide our patients with clear post-surgery instructions to foster healthy healing.
Immediately after your blepharoplasty, your vision will be blurry. However, any vision symptoms you experience as part of your recovery will resolve within a few days.
A week after your procedure, you will return to our offices to evaluate your recovery and remove your stitches.
You can likely resume your everyday activities about two weeks after surgery, and if you wear contact lenses, you can continue their use at this time.
You’re in Good Hands With VPSI
Vegas Plastic Surgery Institute is a full-scope plastic and reconstructive surgery practice, offering both head-to-toe reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. Our doctors and team abide by uncompromising standards to provide you with a high level of care and a positive experience in a judgment-free zone. Schedule a consultation at our Las Vegas office today at (702) 727-8500.