Eyelid Surgery for Men

Have you noticed that drooping, dark circles, or puffiness around the eyes is making you look perpetually tired or concerned? Male eyelid surgery at our Washington, DC-area practice can help lift both your upper and lower eyelids to restore a sharp, alert appearance.

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Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

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Facelift Case 195 Before & After Right Side | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
Before and After of a FACE360 transformation. The patient received a lower facelift, blepharoplasty, BOTOX, permanent makeup, and a skin care regime.
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Case #195

This patient received a FACE360 transformation with Dr. Wesley Price, Ruth Lee, and Martha Pena. This transformation included a lower facelift, blepharoplasty, BOTOX, permanent makeup, and a skin care regimen. 
Eyelid Surgery Case 20 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #20

Patient had an upper and lower eyelid lift (blepharoplasty) performed to correct sagging and drooping lids.
Eyelid Surgery Case 16 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #16

Patient had an eyelid lift, or blepharoplasty, to correct sagging, drooping upper and lower eyelids.
Eyelid Surgery Case 18 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #18

Patient had upper and lower eyelid lifts (blepharoplasty) performed to correct drooping lids.
Eyelid Surgery Case 19 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #19

Patient had upper and lower eyelid lifts (blepharoplasty) performed to correct drooping lids.
Eyelid Surgery Case 169 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #169

This patient had an upper eyelid lift to correct drooping lids. 
Eyelid Surgery Case 147 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #147

Patient had an upper and lower eye lift to correct sagging and drooping. 
Eyelid Surgery Case 14 Before & After Front | Washington DC, Bethesda & Chevy Chase, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area | Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #14

Patient had an upper blepharoplasty, or eyelid lift, to correct her drooping upper lid.

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

How Does Eyelid Surgery Help Aging Eyes?

As you grow older, the skin around your eyelids stretches, creating the impression of fatigue. At the same time, the supportive fatty tissue around the eyes begins to bulge, leading to a puffy, tired, or angry appearance. Eyelid surgery removes excess fatty tissue and lifts eyelid skin to correct these changes and open up the eyes for better functionality and appearance. While an eyelid lift can also help improve fine lines and crow’s feet around the eye, it is not the best treatment option for reducing the appearance of creases and wrinkles.

How Much Does Eyelid Surgery Cost in Washington, DC?

Eyelid surgery for our male patients ranges from $4,000 to $7,700, depending on whether the surgery is performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. You will receive a personalized cost estimate during your consultation with one of our providers.

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Choose the experts that locals know and trust. Our multigenerational practice provides the best possible care with state-of-the-art technology.

Meet Our Surgeons Dr. Rao, Dr. Price, Dr. Kanuri, and Dr. Albino Dr. Rao, Dr. Price, Dr. Kanuri, and Dr. Albino

What Happens During Eyelid Surgery?

Blepharoplasty is typically performed under general anesthesia administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist. Our board-certified plastic surgeons begin your procedure by inconspicuously placing an incision in the natural eye crease for an upper blepharoplasty or just under the lower lashes for a lower blepharoplasty. For lower eyelids, the transconjunctival technique may also be used if the removal of excess fat is the only goal. This approach involves placing an incision on the inside of the lower lid, resulting in no visible scarring.

After your surgery, you will experience bruising and swelling around the eyelids for two to three days. Some patients may find it difficult to fully close their eyes or may notice changes in the position of the lower eyelid, but these issues are generally temporary. Until your sutures are removed, typically within five days, you will need to avoid getting water in the area.

Light exercise and non-strenuous activity can typically be resumed one week following surgery, and bruising should dissipate within 10 to 14 days.

Is Eyelid Surgery Right for You?

If aging eyes are affecting your appearance and causing you to look tired or angry, it may be time to consider eyelid surgery. The best way to determine the most appropriate plan for achieving your goals is to speak with an experienced surgeon.

Schedule Your Complimentary Consultation

To meet with a surgeon in person, request a complimentary consultation using our online form or call us at (703) 560-2850. CPS has been helping eyelid surgery patients in Chevy Chase, MD, and Northern Virginia feel more confident since 1986. We pride ourselves on providing a comfortable, caring environment for our patients.

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