Cosmetic Surgery for Eyelids, Forehead, and EyebrowsHome » Services » Cosmetic Surgery for Eyelids, Forehead, and Eyebrows
Cosmetic surgery is a treatment option for patients who desire to restore a youthful, healthy look to parts of their body. Dr. Biesman specializes in treatments of the upper face that include eyelids, foreheads and eyebrows.
Blepharoplasty to sculpt eyelids for brighter, youthful look.Learn More
Correct sagging eyebrows, restore youthful look, & reduce wrinkles.Learn More
Correct past surgical results or scarring with surgical and/or laser therapy.Learn More
Surgical Rejuvenation of the Upper Face
Because the eyes are the focal point of facial expression, restoring their appearance can give the entire face a more youthful and refreshed look. Surgical rejuvenation of the eyelid and/or the face is reserved for the removal of excess tissue or resuspension of tissues that have fallen. One of the most popular cosmetic surgical procedures performed in the United States today, eyelid rejuvenation may involve surgery on the eyebrows, the eyelids or the facial skin.
Cosmetic Upper and Lower Lid Blepharoplasty/Eyelid Surgery
Excess tissue in the eyelids makes our eyes appear aged and tired. Using a technique known as blepharoplasty, the eyelids may be carefully sculpted, removing or repositioning sagging tissues to create a bright, more youthful look. Upper blepharoplasty is performed through a fine incision hidden in the eyelid’s natural fold, while lower blepharoplasty is often carried out through the inside of the eyelid, thus avoiding visible scars or telltale signs of surgery. As a specialist in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Dr. Biesman has a special understanding of the complex relationship between the eye, the eyelids and the underlying facial structures. This helps make him particularly qualified among cosmetic surgeons to design an operation that will not only produce the best aesthetic result, but will also preserve your eye’s safety and health.
Cosmetic Endoscopic Forehead and Eyebrow Lifting
Drooping of the eyebrows “pushes” extra tissue into the upper eyelid, accentuating the appearance of excess eyelid tissue. As one attempts to compensate for this condition by elevating the forehead, deep lines and even headaches may develop.
Correction of unwanted outcomes following cosmetic surgery
Unanticipated outcomes after eyelid and laser surgery may include unexpected scarring, dissatisfaction with the overall aesthetic result, malposition of the eyelids, especially the lower lids, change in the shape of the eyes, unwanted alteration in skin color and other problems, Fortunately, in many situations these problems can be corrected by additional surgery, laser therapy, medical treatment or a combination of these approaches.