Men's Eyelid Surgery in Las Vegas

Make eye contact with confidence

When others look you in the eye, you want them to see the confident, vibrant man that you are. Unfortunately, the aging process and genetics can affect the eyelids in ways that make the eyes look tired or haggard: sagging upper lids, puffy lower lids, or heavily wrinkled skin.

Cosmetic eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, can often correct a sad or tired appearance by removing the bulging fat (“bags”) and excessive and wrinkled skin of the eyelids. Both upper and lower eyelid surgery are popular with many men in Las Vegas, who realize the importance of eye contact in business and social situations.

Certified both in cosmetic surgery and facial plastic surgery, Dr. Samir Pancholi has helped many male patients achieve a better refreshed, natural appearance and regain their confident edge.

How blepharoplasty can help

  • Correct a droopy upper or lower eyelid appearance
  • Reduce puffy “bags” under the eyes
  • Restore a more open, refreshed appearance to the eyes
  • Smooth deep tear troughs
  • Reduce heavy wrinkles around the upper or lower lids
  • Remove excess, sagging skin hanging over the upper lids

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Having trouble seeing? Eyelid lift surgery may be the answer

With naturally heavier eyelids and brow, men are more prone to vision problems caused by sagging skin on the upper eyelids as they age. Cosmetic eyelid surgery can be very effective to restore a full field of vision. During surgery, excess skin is removed from the upper lids, which eliminates the physical obstruction and allows the eyes to open more fully and feel less heavy and tired.

Men who have had eyelid lift surgery for this reason find the procedure especially rewarding, as they not only can see better for the first time in years, but they also enjoy the benefit of looking a little younger and better refreshed.

  • Reduced Signs of Aging: Eyelid surgery can significantly reduce signs of aging around the eyes, such as sagging eyelids, under-eye bags, and wrinkles.
  • Improved Vision: For men with drooping upper eyelids that impair vision, an upper eyelid lift can remove the excess skin and improve sight.
  • Refreshed and Alert Appearance: The procedure can rejuvenate the area around the eyes, making men look more rested and alert.
  • Correction of Under-Eye Bags: Lower eyelid surgery effectively reduces or eliminates bags under the eyes, contributing to a fresher and more youthful look.
  • Enhanced Facial Symmetry: The surgery can improve the symmetry of the eyes and eyelids, contributing to a more balanced facial appearance.
  • Anesthesia – Medication used to prevent pain during surgery. It can be general (rendering the patient unconscious) or local (numbing the specific area of surgery).
  • Blepharoplasty – The medical term for eyelid surgery, a procedure that involves the removal or repositioning of skin, muscle, and fat from the eyelids.
  • Canthopexy – A surgical procedure that tightens the lower eyelid to correct sagging and create a more youthful appearance.
  • Double Eyelid Surgery – A procedure to create a crease in the upper eyelid, often sought by people of Asian descent to achieve a “double eyelid” appearance.
  • Ectropion – A condition where the lower eyelid turns outward, potentially corrected through eyelid surgery.
  • Entropion – A condition in which the eyelid, usually the lower one, turns inward causing the eyelashes to rub against the eye, often corrected surgically.
  • Eyelid Ptosis – Drooping of the upper eyelid, which can be corrected surgically to improve vision and aesthetic appearance.
  • Fat Repositioning – A technique in eyelid surgery where fat is redistributed to eliminate puffiness or bulges around the eyes.
  • Incision Technique – The surgical method used in blepharoplasty, which can vary depending on the specific goals and anatomy of the patient.
  • Lower Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty performed on the lower eyelids to remove bags under the eyes or tighten sagging skin.
  • Male Aesthetics – Refers to cosmetic procedures, like eyelid surgery, tailored specifically for male patients, focusing on maintaining or enhancing masculine facial features.
  • Peripheral Vision – The outermost area of the visual field. Eyelid conditions like ptosis or excess skin can sometimes impair this vision, which can be improved through eyelid surgery.
  • Recovery Period – The time required after surgery for healing. This includes the reduction of swelling and bruising and the healing of incisions.
  • Transconjunctival Approach – An incision technique for lower eyelid surgery that involves making the incision inside the eyelid to reduce visible scarring.
  • Upper Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty performed on the upper eyelids to remove excess skin or fat that can cause drooping or impair vision.

Trust your appearance to an experienced cosmetic & facial plastic surgeon

As a diplomate of both the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery and American Osteopathic Board of Otolaryngology & Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Pancholi understands the complexity of the naturally heavier male eyelid and adjusts his technique to maintain your masculine appearance while correcting the issues that concern you most.

What to expect with eyelid surgery & recovery

Dr. Pancholi understands that privacy is of utmost importance to his patients, and performs all of his surgeries in a our state-of-the-art, accredited and fully equipped surgical center that is designed with exceptional safety, comfort and privacy in mind. Eyelid surgery can often be performed using local anesthesia and sedation, or general anesthesia, depending on your needs.

Incisions are concealed in the natural crease of the upper eyelid and on or inside the lower eyelid. Once healed, they are virtually undetectable. There may be swelling and bruising that typically resolves in 1-2 weeks.

Blepharoplasty is often combined with a facelift, brow lift, or laser skin resurfacing for a more comprehensive result. During your consultation with Dr. Pancholi, the two of you will discuss all of your options to address your specific concerns.

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