Upper-Eyelid Surgery: What to Expect

Are you considering getting upper-eyelid surgery to restore the vibrant and attractive appearance of your eyes? If you would like a little more information before deciding on having upper-eyelid surgery, here is a brief rundown of what to expect.

Upper-eyelid surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia. There are very little risks associated with the procedure, but some issues do occur in a small percentage of people. You can return home the same day as your procedure, and your recovery should take about a week. The results provided by upper-eyelid surgery last a lifetime.

Contact Robb Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today to schedule a consultation for your upper-eyelid surgery. We can provide you with amazing care and natural-looking results.


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