Cosmetic and Aesthetic Services

Dr. Klapper Specializes in Cosmetic Surgical Procedures focused on Rejuvenation of the Eyelids and Upper Face

Dr. Klapper has extensive experience and interest in Cosmetic Upper and Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty Surgery and Cosmetic Endoscopic Forehead and Brow Lifting. These procedures frequently compliment functional/reconstructive eyelid procedures such as upper eyelid Ptosis (droopy eyelid) Repair or correction of Eyelid Retraction in Thyroid Ophthalmopathy.

Non-surgical, minimally invasive aesthetic procedures can be performed in the office setting with generally a limited recovery. Dr. Klapper has extensive experience with Botox Injections and Dermal Filler (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm, Radiesse) Injections.

Klapper Eyelid & Facial Plastic Surgery also offers skin care products focused on maintaining healthy eyelid and facial skin features.

We invite you to learn more about our cosmetic services by visiting the links provided above or along the left column of the page.

Thank you for your interest in the specialized cosmetic services available at Klapper Eyelid & Facial Plastic Surgery.

Cosmetic Blepharoplasty

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Your eyes are often the first thing people notice about your face and are an important aspect of facial attractiveness. Unfortunately, with age, the upper and lower eyelids become “droopy” or “baggy” in appearance. Aesthetically, such conditions may detract from the overall attractiveness of one’s eyes and cause a “tired” or “older” appearance. This situation bothers some individuals more than others and at different ages. Removal of the excess skin and fat from either or both the upper and lower eyelids can restore a younger, more rested facial appearance.

Why Consider Surgery to Elevate the Eyebrow and Forehead?

The downward positioning of the eyebrow can lead to full upper eyelids and contribute to excess skin in the upper eyelid area. This fullness may actually interfere with the superior visual field. Often times, downward descent of the eyebrow is the major contributor to upper eyelid skin redundancy and fullness and with surgical elevation of the eyebrow minimal eyelid skin may actually need to be removed. If significant eyebrow ptosis is present, eyelid surgery alone may not adequately improve eyelid fullness or expand the lateral or superior visual field (see Droopy Eyelids).

Elevation of the eyebrow and forehead can be an important procedure in reversing some of the aging changes of the upper face. An eyebrow or forehead lift can improve the “tired” look that may result from the degenerative changes of aging.

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Dr. Klapper treats disorders, injuries, and other abnormalities of the eyelids, eyebrow, tear duct system, eye socket, and adjacent areas of the mid and upper face.

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