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Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Surgery for Men in Boca Raton at Farber Plastic Surgery

Does it seem like your eyelids are shading your eyes from the sun better than your sunglasses? Maybe you’ve noticed that you have to fight to keep your eyes open, even though you aren’t tired. If this sounds like you, then chances are good that your eyelids have succumbed to aging and gravity.

What Is Eyelid Surgery for Men?

Just like other parts of your body, your eyelids are affected by getting older. The skin loses elasticity, and the fat starts to drop. The result is drooping eyelids. Eyelid surgery is recommended by Dr. Farber to remove excess fat, skin, and muscle on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both eyelids. After your eyelid surgery, your eyelids don’t droop anymore, and your eyes are naturally more noticeable. When Dr. Farber performs eyelid surgery on your lower eyelids, you have less puffiness and no more bags!

eyelid surgery on male patient before and after
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Meet Dr. Farber

Dr. Scott Farber is a fourth-generation physician, and practices as an aesthetic surgeon in Boca Raton, Florida. Having trained and honed his skills at some of the nations’ most prestigious institutions, his expertise is widely sought after. He believes in serving others and seeing the beauty in all things and brings this passion to his surgical career. He develops personalized treatment plans together with his patients, ensuring that their expectations and desires are met.

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What Is Eyelid Surgery for Men?

Just like other parts of your body, your eyelids are affected by getting older. The skin loses elasticity, and the fat starts to drop. The result is drooping eyelids. Eyelid surgery is recommended by Dr. Farber to remove excess fat, skin, and muscle on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both eyelids. After your eyelid surgery, your eyelids don’t droop anymore, and your eyes are naturally more noticeable. When Dr. Farber performs eyelid surgery on your lower eyelids, you have less puffiness and no more bags!

Is Eyelid Surgery for Men Right for Me?

Eyelid surgery for men may require general anesthesia, so you will need to be in good overall health to be considered for the procedure. Men over the age of 35 typically benefit the most from eyelid surgery, but this is only a general guideline. If you want to know if eyelid surgery for men is right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Farber and he will discuss your treatment options with you after examining your eyelids.

How Is Eyelid Surgery for Men Performed?

Sagging, drooping, puffiness and bags are all caused by excess skin and fat as well as weak muscles around your eyes. Dr. Farber restores the natural shape and contour of your eyelids by removing this extra tissue and tightening the muscles with sutures if needed.

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There are numerous associated benefits with taking your physical appearance into your own hands. Confidence and comfort within yourself are essential to a healthy, enjoyable lifestyle. Change is good, but not necessarily an easy decision to make.

If you are ready to explore changing some aspects of yourself with a trusted plastic surgeon, reach out to us at Farber Plastic Surgery. We can have an informal phone or email discussion, or you can schedule an appointment to meet the team and discuss what comes next for you.

We look forward to hearing from you and helping you become the best version of you that you can be!

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How Much Does Eyelid Surgery for Men Cost in Boca Raton, FL?

In some cases, medical insurance may cover the cost of eyelid surgery for men, but only if the insurance company decides that the surgery is medically necessary and not cosmetic. The average cost of eyelid surgery varies and the true cost is not known until after your consultation with Dr. Farber. Farber Plastic Surgery offers several financing options to help you manage the cost of your eyelid surgery for men.

On the Road to Recovery

Probably the most uncomfortable part of healing from eyelid surgery for men is that the swelling may interfere with your vision. Because of this, Dr. Farber recommends that you have someone stay with you to help you for a few days after the surgery. As the swelling and bruising goes down, you will start to see the improvement in your eyelids. You will need to stay home from work and avoid exercising and other activities as directed by Dr. Farber. The more you allow yourself the rest you need, the faster and better you will heal.