Addressing Age-Related Eyelid Changes with Upper Blepharoplasty in Dallas, TX

Unfortunately, the eyelids often stretch with age, and the muscles supporting them weaken. As a result, excess skin and fat can gather above and below your eyelids. This can cause unwanted sagging eyebrows, droopy upper lids, and bags under the eyes. Dr. Meade specializes in addressing these common signs of aging through Upper Eyelid Surgery in Dallas, TX. He can help restore a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance to your eyes with precision and expertise. By removing excess skin and fat and tightening the underlying muscles, upper blepharoplasty can effectively eliminate sagging eyebrows, correct droopy upper lids, and smooth out bags under the eyes. Dr. Meade's commitment to enhancing your natural beauty and boosting your confidence makes him the ideal choice for achieving the vibrant and refreshed look you desire.

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Choose Dr. Meade for The Best in Upper Eyelid Surgery in Dallas, TX

Dr. Ricardo Meade should be your first consultation regarding your upper blepharoplasty in Dallas, TX. Besides being a board-certified cosmetic plastic surgeon with 17 years of refined experience, he’s helped thousands of happy men and women in his service, earning him hundreds of 5-star reviews.

If you’re ready to learn more about how upper eyelid surgery could benefit your life or even the function of your eye(s), don't hesitate to book your initial consultation with Dr. Meade.

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What to Expect During Your Initial Consultation

The initial consultation is a great time to discuss your issues with your upper eyelids or even other areas of your body. Your questions will be answered, and your concerns will be compassionately allayed. You will have a physical evaluation with Dr. Meade at your consultation appointment and a chance to discuss your aesthetic surgical goals and desires. He will review with you what you can expect during upper eyelid surgery in Dallas, TX, and your recovery. He will also provide you with a cost estimate with detailed price information.

We know that selecting a board-certified plastic surgeon for your aesthetic surgery is essential. You will have made a great choice by choosing Dr. Ricardo Meade for your aesthetic surgery consultation!

Preparing for Your Upper Eyelid Surgery

The preparation for your upper blepharoplasty in Dallas, Tx is just as crucial as your aftercare. Detailed care instructions are advised so that you may enjoy the best possible and longest-lasting results from your procedure.

Dr. Meade may ask you to:

  • Obtain more medical examinations and laboratory testing
  • Adjust or cease your medications and dietary supplements
  • Entirely refrain from smoking, drinking alcohol, and drugs
  • Make sure you are well-hydrated
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Recovery and Results

Upper eyelid surgery will not stop your eyes from aging. However, the results usually last a long time. Upper Blepharoplasty can last anywhere from 5 years to a lifetime. Conversely, lower eyelid surgery rarely needs to be done more than once.

After upper eyelid surgery, you'll usually be wrapped in a loose bandage. Your eyelids will be slightly bruised and swollen for 1 to 3 weeks. However, most of our patients report their eyes looking normal and much better than before after the procedure has healed and settled—from 1 to 3 months.

Contact our compassionate and professional team today with an unsatisfactory upper eyelid issue or more questions. We're here to help! Call 214.823.1691. 

What is Ptosis Surgery

Upper eyelid surgery may correct one or both upper eyelids due to a medical rather than a strictly cosmetic issue—even though similar problems are being addressed. Ptosis surgery aims to tighten the muscle that lifts your upper eyelid. This issue can occur with age, or the patient may be born with this condition; the muscle that lifts your upper eyelid stretches and weakens, which causes your upper eyelid to sag, hang, or otherwise not be as responsive as would be considered normal. Some patients are as young as 25, while others are 65. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that more than 90 percent of patients seeking an eyelid lift are over 40, and most of this segment is over 55. However, patients with ptosis or naturally hooded eyelids may seek treatment in their 20s and 30s or earlier.

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