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All About Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) in Orange County
You’ve used the eye creams, and you’ve gotten plenty of rest. Nothing seems to work to help you eliminate your puffy, baggy, tired-looking eyes. For many women and men, eyelid surgery is a solution that delivers proven results, oftentimes lasting 10 – 15 years. Eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty) at CosmetiCare in Newport Beach can improve the appearance of baggy lids and puffiness by removing excess skin and repositioning and removing excess fat. The result, more youthful, rejuvenated looking eyes that will brighten up your entire appearance.
Journey to the Best You
Here’s what to expect during your surgical journey:
Discuss your options and ask any questions that you may have with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons.
Virtually “try on” the procedure to see how it looks before making any committing using our New Look Now photo simulator tool.
Get ready to look & feel your best, with one of our renown board-certified plastic surgeons performing your surgery.
Trust our staff to guide you through the recovery process, providing tips and tools to make it as smooth as possible.
Five-Star Results From Award-Winning Plastic Surgeons
Age. Gravity. Genetics. Time aside, there are countless factors aging our appearance. At CosmetiCare, our mission is to share the best treatment solutions so you have options to reclaim your confidence.
CosmetiCare is one of the most recognized names in aesthetic services throughout the nation. With a carefully selected team of award-winning Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons and more than 100,000 stories of transformation for over 35 years, we are committed to helping you Love the Way You Look™.
View our Blepharoplasty before & after gallery for actual patient outcomes:
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Actual CosmetiCare Patient
Look & Feel Your Best, with Confidence
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) cost?
Starting Price of eyelid surgery in Orange County:
Upper Blepharoplasty- $4,635
Lower Blepharoplasty $5,315
At your consultation for eyelid surgery at CosmetiCare in Newport Beach, one of our board-certified plastic surgeons will prescribe the perfect treatment plan and provide you with an estimate to achieve your aesthetic goals.
We also offer up to 24-month financing options to help our patients pay off the cost of their procedure over time. In just minutes, you can apply here to see what you are pre-qualified for before your consultation.
When will I see Blepharoplasty results and how long will results last?
Typically patients will start to see their final results in about 4 to 6 weeks after your eyelid surgery once swelling has completely subsided.
Results last anywhere from 10 to 15 years, possibly even longer. However, as you age your skin continues to droop, and you may need a second procedure.
How long does it take to recover from a Blepharoplasty?
Recovery is fairly easy after a blepharoplasty. Typically the most serious briusing and swelling occurs during the first week after an eyelid lift. The full healing prcoess can take several months depending on the extent of your procedure.
How do I know if I need a Blepharoplasty?
A great candidate for lower eyelid surgery is someone who has under-eye puffines or eye bags.Puffiness is caused by the fat pads under the eyes which can start bulging due to age or hereditary factors.
For upper eyelid surgery, an ideal candidate is someone who has a sagging or drooping eyelid, often caused by excess skin above the eye.
Will Insurance cover a Blepharoplasty procedure?
Eyelid surgery is considered a cosmetic procedure, so insurance typically doesn’t cover this.
If cost is of concern, we offer financing options to help our patients pay off the cost of their procedure over time. In just minutes, you can apply here to see what you are pre-qualified for before your consultation.
What Will My Scars Look Like After a Blepharoplasty?
Because the incisions are made in the natural creases of your eyelids, they’re difficult to detect once they’re healed.