As men age, they become prone to saggy or droopy eyelids. Sometimes crows’ feet can give a man character, but too much can make a man look prematurely old. This can lead to a tired, aged appearance. They may also experience vision problems because of hanging eyelid skin. This can significantly affect their quality of life. The good news is there is a safe, effective solution to removing sagging eyelid skin while maintaining male features.
At Stile Aesthetics, Dr. Stile offers eyelid lift surgery custom-tailored for men. He uses the most advanced techniques to perform male blepharoplasty so patients can enjoy a smoother eye area and youthful, masculine look.
Male blepharoplasty is an outpatient procedure that Dr. Stile customizes to meet the unique needs of each patient. During upper eyelid surgery, he makes a small incision in the natural crease of the man’s upper eyelids. This allows him to get rid of any fatty tissue or excess skin. Lower eyelid surgery involves an incision along the lower eyelid or inside of the eyelid to rejuvenate this area.
Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which treatment option is best for your concerns by meeting with Dr. Frank Stile at Stile Aesthetics for an in-person consultation.
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*Individual Results May Vary
Ideal candidates for male blepharoplasty include men who:
Men treated with eyelid surgery often see tightening of the upper and/or lower eyelid skin. Male blepharoplasty may also reduce bags and puffiness, remove excess hooding skin and even reduce crow’s feet. Men who undergo this procedure can enjoy a freshened look, improved vision and a renewed sense of confidence.
Patients are free to return home immediately after surgery. They may have some soreness, swelling and bruising for a few weeks. Blurry vision from swelling may arise as well but resolves quickly.
In most cases, patients can resume work and their daily activities a week after surgery, as long as they take breaks to rest their eyes. They should wait at least 2 to 4 weeks before participating in rigorous exercise. In about a week or two, their bruising and swelling will fade away and they’ll be able to go out in public with confidence.
*Individual results may vary