Eyelid Surgery

  • No more droopy, tired eyes
  • Remove excess skin
  • Remove bulging fat
  • Brighten your eyes and look refreshed


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You’re in Great Hands with Dr. Epstein

Meet Dr. Epstein, he is a board certified oral and facial surgeon that specializes in creating customized surgeries best tailored to fit your desires and goals. A great listener and an all around kind person, he takes the time to make sure you feel heard so that you achieve the best results possible. We welcome you into our office and look forward to meeting you.

What is Blepharoplasty?

Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is utilized to improve the appearance of the upper and/or lower eyelids. It is a way to treat excess skin and fat deposits around the eyes, giving a more youthful and energetic appearance to the face.

If your vision is obscured by excess skin and fat deposits, eyelid surgery can be performed for medical reasons and may be covered by insurance. We recommend that you look into your medical insurance plan prior to scheduling. Please note we are only in network with Premera medical.

But How Much Does it Cost?

Surgical and anesthetic costs

Upper Eyelid: $3400
Lower Eyelid: $3400
Upper & Lower Eyelid: $5000

Anesthesia and follow up care sessions 1 and 6 weeks later are included.
For more complex cases both upper and lower eyelid procedures can cost up to $4400

Discount Available for Modeling Before & After

We are looking to showcase outstanding results. If you are a good fit and would like to be included in our before & after portfolio we will discount your procedure.

1.5 months after surgery

The above patient wanted a subtle brightening to her eyes, excess skin was removed from the upper eyelids and bulging fat was removed through an internal incision.


Ideal patients for eyelid surgery are healthy and wish to rejuvenate their appearance. Eyelid surgery can specifically treat:

  • Bags under the eyes
  • Drooping lower eyelids
  • Loose or excess skin hanging down from the upper eyelids
  • Obscured vision
  • Puffiness around upper eyelids
  • Crepe paper wrinkles around the lower eyelids

The procedure should result in smoother, more youthful skin contours around the eyes, presenting a more attractive and energetic appearance. Vision may be improved and your expressions may appear more positive.

Eyelid surgery may be combined with a number of other treatments for the best possible outcome. These treatments may include dermal filler injections, a face lift or brow lifts. Skin treatments such as chemical peels may also be used to treat dark circles under the eyes.

3 months after surgery

The above patient was looking for improvement of the puffiness of his lower eyelids, a short procedure to remove excess fat from a hidden incision was able to give the subtle youthful improvement.


General anesthetic or intravenous sedation are often used for eyelid surgery to ensure comfort. The upper eyelid incision is made with the natural lines of the skin, and extends from the interior corner to slightly beyond the outside corner. Excess fat and skin are removed through the incision and the skin is closed with fine sutures.

Lower eyelid procedures have incisions located either in the natural lines of the eyelid or on the inside of the eyelid itself. Incisions located within the eyelid do not produce any visible scarring, but may not be used to remove excess skin. Fat and skin are removed from within incisions, and a laser may be used to tighten and firm the skin beneath the eye. The incision is closed using very fine sutures for minimal scarring.


Following surgery, an ointment will be applied to the eyes, which may blur vision initially. Some swelling and bruising is likely, which will further puff the eyelids. Discomfort should be minimal. The first few days should be spent with the head elevated and cold compresses applied to the eyes. There may be a tight feeling around the eyes at first. This discomfort can be treated with over-the-counter medication.

Stitches are removed after the first week, and bruising should lessen in that time as well. Some swelling may persist for 1-3 weeks. Normal activities may be resumed in 7-10 days, though caution should be taken not to strain the eyes or do heavy lifting. Concealing makeup may be applied at this time if desired.


During your consultation, you will discuss your complete medical history, as well as the risks associated with eyelid surgery. Possible complications include bleeding, changes in sensitivity, infection, allergic reactions, scarring and asymmetry.


If you are interested in eyelid surgery in contact us to set up a consultation. When you come in, we will be happy to thoroughly discuss the details of eyelid surgery.