Male Eyelid Lift Surgery – Blepharoplasty for Men
- Are your eyelids starting to droop?
- Showing signs of Ageing around the Eyes?
- Looking for a Top Eyelid Lift Surgeon in Melbourne or Sydney?
Men often show early signs of ageing around the eyes. The phrase “the eyes are the window to the soul” may well be true, but I would also add the statement that “the eyelids are the window through which you see the soul.”. You might need a male eyelid lift.
And the reality is that, for most men, ageing, sun damage, genetics, stress and environmental factors can all deteriorate the youthful vitality appearance of your eyes.
Loose hanging droopy skin, lateral brows that hang over the upper eyelids, and bulging fat pads below the eyelids with accentuated tear troughs put forth the image of fatigue and a loss of vitality.
This often results in partners, friends and colleagues saying that you ‘look tired’ or repeatedly asking if you are getting enough sleep.
Fortunately, plastic surgery to restore the upper eyelids to a crisp appearance with correction of any eyelid droop can be a game-changer.
If your problem is more related to under-eye puffiness or fatty-looking ‘bags’ under your eyes, then a lower blepharoplasty surgery can help restore a more youthful or bright-eyed appearance (saggy or baggy lids prevent light from reflecting in your eyes in photos).
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You might be an ideal candidate for eyelid rejuvenation
The lower lids can be rejuvenated by removing excess fat and precisely repositioning this tissue over the cheek to eliminate the tear trough. Combined with skin and muscle tightening, this procedure provides a fresher and more vibrant appearance. This can be important not only in social situations but also in how a person is viewed in the workplace or on a digital profile (professional, social or personal).
Specifically, oculoplastic and eyelid skin surgery for men can treat:
- Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid, sometimes impairing vision
- Excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the eyelids
- Bags under the eyes
- Drooping lower eyelids that reveal white below the iris
- Excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid
Before and After Blepharoplasty Photos
Eyelid Surgery by Dr Patrick Briggs. See more real before and after Blepharoplasty Surgery patient photos from our Specialist Plastic Surgeons in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
Our Surgeons can assist you in choosing which specific combination of procedures will bring you the results you are wanting to achieve to revitalise your facial appearance and restore a more youthful look.
Want to learn more about male plastic surgery options and compatible non-surgical procedures to reduce the visible signs of facial ageing and sun exposure?
ALWAYS Choose a Qualified and Experienced Specialist Plastic Surgeon for your Surgery
It can help to choose a clinic with experienced Eyelid and Facial Rejuvenation Surgeons for the best Blepharoplasty Surgery outcomes.
Our team of eyelid lift surgeons are amongst the most respected and highly experienced Plastic Surgeons in Australia. Our Team includes Dr Geoffrey Barnett, Dr Rohit Kumar and Dr Richard Sackelariou in Melbourne and Sydney and Dr Patrick Briggs in Melbourne and Perth.
Please contact a Patient Care Team at Coco Ruby Plastic Surgery today to book your consultation.
Send an enquiry form today or phone 1300 264 811 and ask for Michelle.
How to Book your Initial Consultation for Male Eyelid lift
- A Referral from your GP or from your specialist is helpful but NOT essential – you can have a consultation without a GP Referral
- Schedule a confidential consultation with your selected Surgeon by paying the $300 booking fee.
*Disclaimer: Individual results can vary significantly from patient to patient.
The information we provide is of a general nature. To find out what to expect for your preferred procedures, arrange to see one of our Specialist Plastic Surgeons for a full-history and surgical consultation. Read more about surgical outcome variability on our disclaimer page.