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Lower Blepharoplasty

The under-eye area can be one of the first places where signs of aging make an appearance. With thinning skin, wrinkles, or pockets of fat, the lower eyelid area can impact your overall aesthetic. With lower Blepharoplasty in Columbus, Dr. Kauh can deliver results that leave you looking rejuvenated and as vibrant as ever.

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At CK Eyelid Plastic Surgery, Dr. Kauh and her staff focus on providing a range of eyelid surgery treatment options that give every patient an opportunity to look refreshed and alive. With a focus on building on your natural features and aesthetics, our results speak for themselves. Call us today to get started on your personalized treatment plan for lower blepharoplasty in Columbus.

What Is Lower Blepharoplasty?

Lower blepharoplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery that improves the appearance of the lower eyelids and the under-eye area. This area is especially vulnerable to the effects of aging, sun damage, and various conditions. So lower eyelid surgery is an effective way to fight back against them with long-lasting results for a rejuvenated aesthetic.

Lower blepharoplasty can treat several aesthetic concerns including:

  • Excess skin on the lower eyelids
  • Bags or puffiness under the eyes
  • Fine wrinkles or lines around the lower eyelids
  • Sagging skin or fatty deposits that create a “tired” look
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Is Lower Blepharoplasty Right for Me?

Lower Blepharoplasty can be a great way to combat the effects of aging, sun damage, or genetics that impact the appearance of your lower eyelids. If you want to address any of these concerns, then this procedure could be your solution. Ideal candidates for lower blepharoplasty are in good overall health and have realistic expectations for their surgical results.

If you are considering lower blepharoplasty, Dr. Kauh will conduct a personal medical evaluation to ensure that you are a good candidate for the procedure. During your consultation, she will review your medical history and medications, as well as perform a physical examination of your lower eyelid area. She will also assess your skin type and elasticity to get a better understanding of how your skin will heal afterward.

You can also combine lower Blepharoplasty with other procedures based on your goals. By choosing to have multiple procedures at once, you can see even greater results with only a single surgery visit. Popular procedures to combine with lower eyelid surgery include upper blepharoplasty, a brow lift, or ptosis surgery.

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What Is the Procedure Like?

Lower Blepharoplasty is performed as an outpatient procedure, which means you will be able to go home the same day as your surgery. The entire procedure usually takes about 1-2 hours.

Dr. Kauh will make incisions either along the lower lash line or inside the lower eyelid to access the underlying tissues. Through these incisions, she will be able to remove any excess skin, fat, or tissue. Once she has removed the desired amount of tissue, she will close the incisions with tiny sutures.

After your procedure is complete, you will be taken to a recovery area where you will be closely monitored. Once you have recovered from the anesthesia, you will be able to go home with a friend or family member.

Lower Blepharoplasty Results and Recovery

Your initial lower Blepharoplasty results are visible within a few days after your procedure once you have healed a bit. However, it can take up to several months for the incisions to fully heal and for all the swelling to dissipate so you can enjoy your final results. During the initial week or two after surgery, you may have some temporary bruising and swelling around your lower eyelids. But these are easily managed and quickly go away with proper aftercare.

To help manage any discomfort, Dr. Kauh will prescribe pain medication. It is important to take these as directed and to avoid any activities that put stress on your incisions. You should also sleep with your head elevated during the first week or so after surgery to minimize swelling. If you have any questions or concerns during your lower Blepharoplasty recovery, we are just a phone call away. Dr. Kauh and her friendly staff will gladly help.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are ready to give your eyes an aesthetic boost you will love, then it may be time to speak with an eyelid specialist. Through eyelid surgery, you can give your outer appearance the same vibrant nature as your inner self. If you want to learn more about lower blepharoplasty in Columbus, contact CK Eyelid Plastic Surgery today to set up your consultation. We can discuss your procedure options and build a personalized plan to help you reach your goals. Contact us today to learn more about our eyelid surgery options and get started on your plan.

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