The Details About Pinch Blepharoplasty

Have you ever looked into plastic surgery but thought it would be too expensive or too painful? If this sounds like you, then no further than Pinch Blepharoplasty.

minimally invasive plastic surgery

Not all plastic surgeries require extensive recovery times or require deep and major incisions. There are many minimally invasive plastic surgery options for anyone who is looking to improve their appearance or give themselves a more youthful look, and Pinch Blepharoplasty is one of them.

What is Pinch Blepharoplasty?

Understanding Pinch Blepharoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure. Pinch Blepharoplasty surgery involves the removal of any excess skin that rests below the lower eyelid, since this area can often look puffy and saggy with age. Minimally invasive surgery typically only involves small incisions just below the eyelashes, which allows the surgeon to remove the excess skin.

After the excess skin is removed, the skin on your face is reattached and sealed, with a nearly invisible scar.

Is Pinch Blepharoplasty Right for Me?

While you can control some of the issues that come with aging, such as wrinkles and sunspots, sagging skin is sometimes a difficult thing to control. These problems can come from aging, heredity, and even overexposure to everyday things, such as the sun.

A Pinch Blepharoplasty surgery is a great way to help tighten the skin on your face, and give you a more youthful appearance. As you age, your face can look puffier and deflated, but after this surgery, those issues will dissipate.

A youthful appearance and a firm face can give you the confidence you once lost and allow you to feel beautiful on the outside as well as the inside.

Is There a Long Recovery Process?

A lengthy recovery time can turn a patient away from a surgery before they even discuss the details. The good thing about a Pinch Blepharoplasty is that the recovery time is extremely short, which is typical with minimally invasive procedures. The procedure is completed under local anesthesia and doesn’t take long inside of the operating room. After the procedure is completed, the average recovery time is three to four days, depending on the patient’s bruising and swelling.

Although the risks are low with this surgery, there is a risk of eye dryness or aversion of the eyelid, but your surgeon can discuss any concerns you may have prior to the procedure.

Contact a Qualified Plastic Surgeon

At Jacobson & Mardirossian Plastic Surgery Center for Excellence, we strive to ensure every patient is treated exceptionally. We have the knowledge, experience, and education to perform any procedure and leave you with nothing but satisfying results.

Call us at (561) 624-0900 or contact us online, and we will be ready to answer any questions or concerns you may have about Pinch Blepharoplasty.