Granite Bay Eyelid Lift
A tried-and-true solution to restore a more open, refreshed look to your eyes
When you’re awake, well-rested, and alert, you have a right to look awake, well-rested, and alert! So, if puffy bags under your eyes stick around no matter what, or if sagging skin on your upper lids is causing you to appear half-asleep all day long, we understand your frustration. We can also help end it.
Cosmetic eyelid lift surgery (a.k.a blepharoplasty) removes sagging skin and repositions fat and muscle around the eyelids to restore a more youthful, refreshed look. Dr. Clark applies her advanced training and 10+ years of experience to ensure your eyes look totally natural after surgery—and much better.
Before & After
How eyelid surgery can help
If you lead a healthy lifestyle and get plenty of sleep, but still have a chronically tired appearance to your eyes, chances are it’s caused by excess, sagging skin on your eyelids, or even herniated fat above or below the lids. Eyelid surgery corrects these issues, allowing you (and the world) to see the real you, not the “gee, you look tired” you.
Dr. Clark can address issues on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both.
Upper Eyelid Lift
Upper eyelid surgery typically involves removing excess, sagging skin and sometimes excess fat to restore a more natural shape and open look to the eyes. Goals include:
- Refine definition to the upper eyelid crease
- Correct a heavy, hooded look to the upper eyelids
- Restore a more open, alert appearance to the eyes
- Improve vision if sagging skin is obstructing your sight
Lower Eyelid Lift
Lower eyelid surgery helps with sagging tissues below the eyes and above the orbital bone. Dr. Clark may remove skin or fat, or tighten and reposition tissues to smooth the area. Goals include:
- Reduce or eliminate puffiness and under-eye bags
- Smooth wrinkles below the eyes
- Improve the appearance of a depressed tear trough
What to expect with eyelid lift surgery
All the key facts you need
Dr. Clark performs eyelid lift procedures at our private, on-site surgery center. Depending on procedure specifics, you may have general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation.
Incisions are placed inconspicuously under the lash line or in the eyelid crease—once healed, no one will know you had surgery. Expect a 2 to 3 hour procedure, and then you can go home to rest and recover. Get more info on eyelid lift recovery »
Trust Dr. Clark for the natural result you deserve
Eyelid surgery is a procedure that requires skill and nuance for a natural result—tiny changes can make a big impact on your appearance. Board certified in plastic surgery and fellowship-trained in facial plastic surgery, Dr. Christa Clark has the experience, and highly-developed artistic skill needed to achieve a natural result. With a no-compromise approach to safety and a highly qualified team assisting her, Dr. Clark takes your results and well-being seriously.