Dr. Joe Niamtu, III cosmetic facial surgeon in Richmond, Virginia demonstrates lower and upper blepharoplasty in a patient with extreme fat herniation. To preview or purchase Dr. Niamtu’s cosmetic facial surgery video teaching series visit
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film of my surgery to eliminate my puffy under eyes bags. From pre-op picture to post op (up to 12 days). This a lower bleph WITH FAT REPOSTIONING.
My recovery story up to 5 weeks post-op.
Dr. Jeffrey Epstein marks up a female patient for an upper eyelid blepharoplasty procedure.
Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty is a procedure performed on women and men alike of all ages. The result of this procedure restores the eyelids to a more well-rested and youthful appearance, removing fat bags and tightening loose skin. While usually performed for cosmetic reasons, this procedure can also treat the impaired vision created by droopy upper eyelids. In upper eyelid surgery, an incision is made along the crease of the eyelid making the scar virtually invisible. The excess fat, muscle, and loose skin is removed and delicate sutures are used to close the incision.
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Blepharoplasty~ improves the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. … Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the eyelids. Surgery can be performed on either the upper and lower lids, or both.
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Dr. Jessica Kulak of The Naderi Center team of specialized cosmetic surgeons demonstrates in-office minimally invasive upper eyelid lift blepharoplasty performed sterile and comfortably under local anesthesia with patient completely awake and pain free.
Most men and women start to get laxity and excess upper eyelid skin looseness starting in their 40’s. This “simple” procedure when performed by an expert specialist Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon can open up and rejuvenate the eyes. Dr. Kulak’s incision shape is very different than the average typical incision for upper eyelid blepharoplasty where her incision actually lifts and “cleans up” the outer excess skin hooding as well. Specialization Matters!
This is the second video in the blepharoplasty series. The video demonstrates the surgical resection of the skin, muscle, and fat of the upper eyelid. In addition the levator muscle is identified and wound closure is discussed. Results of the blepharoplasty
A step by step instructional video to demonstrate how to do an upper eyelid lift, or blepharoplasty.
The long awaited update on my full incisional blepharoplasty! It’s been approximately 5 months since the procedure and I’m really happy with the results so far! I hope they stay this size and don’t become any smaller.
Are those her real lashes cause they look amazing…how does she get them like that?
hi what was the price?
It looks really good. You should try contact lenses from solotica if you like to wear contact lenses as they are by far the most natural looking contact lenses i’ve ever seen
I’ve been thinking about eyelid surgery for a very long time. I have very heavy monolids and as i am getting older my lids seem to droop down more. Yours look great and natural. How did you save up for it?
ow, glad to be born with double eyelids
listen im not trying to start anything but honestly why are you watching double eyelid surgery videos if you already have them?
ever heard of being curious? i could be watching reacting videos and end up watching something else.
A woman has been contemplating of getting Asian eyelid surgery to create an upper eyelid fold. She wants to know the best procedures to make her eyes look larger and attractive-looking.
There are different types of Asian eyelid surgery. In the incisional approach, an incision is made to create a connection. When a surgeon does the incisional or the non-incisional approach, the idea is to create a connection between the skin and a muscle called the levator muscle. With the excisional procedure, some skin and fat are removed to create a connection between the eyelid skin and the levator muscle. In the non-incisional procedure, little openings are made which are technically incisions, but instead of a long incision, several dots are strategically placed on the eyelid. Those little openings are used to pass a suture to engage the eyelid skin to the levator muscle without any stitches on the outside to create a crease.
To make the differentiation of who is a candidate for the procedure, Dr. Prasad basically looks at whether or not there’s extra skin, how cooperative the skin is when making the fold, and whether or not there is a presence or absence of extra fat that might need to be addressed in order to establish a fold. Both procedures have their pros and cons and each procedure has its risks and benefits. Dr. Prasad generally finds that younger people with thinner skin which folds easily are best suited for the non-incisional procedure. Someone who’s older tends to have a little extra skin. If someone has much thicker skin and fat behind and it doesn’t fold very easily, then he recommends the incisional procedure.