Your eyelids are among the most sensitive and delicate areas on your body. As small as your lids are, they can draw a lot of attention to your eyes if they are defective or damaged. You can get the appearance and shape of your eyelids that you want by undergoing reconstructive eyelid surgery with our surgeon in Plano.
What is Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery?
Reconstructive eyelid surgery is a surgical operation that repairs or improves the appearance or shape of the eyelids. It is done as an outpatient procedure in the comfort of our state-of-the-art surgical suite in Plano.
Why and How is Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery Done?
Reconstructive eyelid surgery can address cosmetic issues like:
• Loose or sagging skin
• Fatty deposits that cause puffiness
• Bags under your eyelids
• Drooping of the lower lids that exposes the whites of the eyes below the iris
• Excess skin
• Fine wrinkles under the eyelid
The details of each reconstructive eyelid surgery procedure vary from patient to patient. During your procedure, our surgeon may remove and reposition the excess skin and utilize other techniques. Once you are stable after the procedure, you will be allowed to go home. To minimize complications during your recovery, our doctor may prescribe certain medications for you to take while you are healing.
The Many Benefits of Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery
When you suffer from noticeable defects or damages on your eyelids, you may want to undergo medical procedures that can repair the eyelids’ appearance. The surgery required for this process is safe and effective, especially when it is performed by our expert surgeon in Plano. This simple yet effective procedure can correct a host of cosmetic challenges on this part of your face, and it may be just what you have been looking for to achieve your cosmetic goals.
If you want to experience the benefits of reconstructive eyelid surgery for yourself, make an appointment at the office of Syed Ahmad, MD for an evaluation. Dr. Ahmad would be happy to review your individual case and determine if this procedure is right for you. Our office is conveniently located in Plano, TX. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our surgeon!