Male Blepharoplasty

Definition - What does Male Blepharoplasty mean?

As men age, the skin around their eyes can often begins to sag or appear droopy. This can be caused by an excess amount of skin, fat, or muscle or a combination of the three. A male blepharoplasty is a surgery that is performed for men to help remove that tissue and restore a more youthful appearance.

In severe cases, eyelid sag can impair the patient’s vision. While most blepharoplasties are considered elective, these cases may be covered by insurance.

TheConsultation explains Male Blepharoplasty

A male blepharoplasty is also commonly referred to as an eye-lift. These procedures are performed specifically for men. Blepharoplasties are the third most common cosmetic procedure performed in the United States. Ideal patients are men who are experiencing eyelid droop but do not have allergies or other conditions that could impair the healing process. The procedure places patients under IV sedation and generally takes about 1-2 hours.

Sutures are placed and then removed about two weeks later. At that time, patients often notice a significant improvement in the appearance of their eyelids.

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