Portland Blepharoplasty
Dr. Ronald DeMars

Eyelid LiftDr. DeMars has helped numerous patients throughout the greater Portland area rejuvenate their facial appearance by providing them with blepharoplasty surgery. Also known as eyelid surgery, blepharoplasty is an amazing procedure that involves only one area of the face but provides a remarkable revitalizing effect. Often, eyelid surgery is all that Dr. DeMars' patients need to turn back the hands of time and look years younger. Below, Dr. DeMars describes this procedure and individuals who are the most common Portland blepharoplasty patients.

The eyes are our most intriguing and revealing facial feature - they draw attention and convey expression. Through them, we not only see others but others see us as well. Our thoughts and physical and emotional well-being are reflected in our eyes. Unfortunately, hereditary factors and the signs of aging can negatively impact the appearance of our eyes, making them reflect an older and less vibrant version of our true selves.

Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty): Is it for you?

If you are bothered by upper eyelids with excess, drooping skin that makes you appear sad or angry, or by eyes that look tired due to puffiness or bags, cosmetic eyelid surgery in Portland might be right for you. In general, blepharoplasty removes the excess skin, tissue and fat that contribute to puffiness and bags in both the upper and lower eyelids. The result is a more youthful and energetic appearance.

While blepharoplasty can provide an extraordinary rejuvenating effect, some patients require more comprehensive surgical treatment to achieve the finest results possible. For example, older Portland plastic surgery patients often undergo eyelid surgery in conjunction with facelift and/or cheek lift to achieve a refreshed facial appearance. He is a skilled Portland QuickLift provider for patients who want a less invasive form of facelift surgery. In order to bring balance to the face, some patients also pursue rhinoplasty in Portland. Please visit the respective pages to learn more about these procedures.