Eyelid and Facial Plastic Surgery

Surgical procedures to help you see better and look your best

Do you want to revitalize your confidence?

Droopy, puffy eyelids can make you look older and physically impair vision, so it is crucial that you work with a medical specialist who has been rigorously trained to care for this delicate and important part of your face. To learn more about the difference between cosmetic and functional plastic surgery, read our article “Is My Plastic Surgery Medical or Cosmetic?“.

The Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center has helped men and women alike reduce the signs of aging, revitalize their appearance and look their best.

Whether your surgical needs are cosmetic or functional, when you schedule a consultation you’ll discuss all your options and make an informed decision that’s right for you.

To learn about some of your options, select what you are looking for below, then schedule a cosmetic consultation with our specialist to create a personalized cosmetic plan for you!

Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic plastic surgery at the Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center addresses droopy or puffy eyelids, sagging eyebrows.

Financing options are available for cosmetic procedures. Please visit Alphaeon Credit or call us for further information.

Eye lift (blepharoplasty)

The eyes are the focal point of the face. Extra eyelid skin resulting in puffy, droopy lids can make us look older than we feel.

Forehead / brow lift (endoscopic)

The forehead and eyebrow position is a crucial component to the upper eyelid position as well as the perception of periocular aging. Commonly combined with an eye lift, a brow lift can reduce a heavy feeling in the forehead, help fix sagging eyebrows and lift and smooth the forehead area.

Functional & Reconstructive Surgery

Functional and reconstructive surgery on your eyelid and face focuses on improving physical impairments to your sight and damage due to trauma or diseases.

Excess skin, droopy eyelids (eyelid malposition) – PHOTOS

Eyelid malposition—which include conditions such as ptosis, brow ptosis, dermatochalasis, ectropion, and entropion—can result in various conditions that physically impair your vision. You may be experiencing excess eyelid skin, a droopy upper eyelid, eyelashes rubbing directly on the surface of the eye.

 

Skin cancer

Benign skin tags, cysts, and nevi are common around the eyes. Unfortunately, because of the frequent sun exposure, so are skin cancers. Any bump that has changed, or causes any symptom such as bleeding, itching, or affecting vision should be evaluated.

Skin cancers may be treated in many ways. Surgery is frequently necessary to both remove the entire cancer and reconstruct the missing tissues. Sometimes this is performed in conjunction with other specialists, but when the eyelids are involved, you should trust your face to an Eye & Facial Plastic Surgeon.

Tearing (lacrimal)

The lacrimal (tear) system is a complex interaction of several glands around the eye, the eyelids, and a drainage pathway into the back of the nose and throat. A multitude of conditions may affect this system from infections, inflammations, tumors, or nasolacrimal duct obstructions.

Orbital diseases (thyroid eye disease, trauma, enucleation)

The orbit is the pear-shaped bony structure that surrounds, supports, and protects the eye and periocular tissues. It is made up of seven delicate bones that intricately interact with these structures to ensure proper function and appearance of the eye, eyelids, and face. These bones may easily break in blunt trauma to the face. Other conditions, such as infections, inflammation, thyroid eye disease (Graves Disease), tumors, and more may affect the eye socket.