Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty) in Richmond Hill

Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty) in Richmond Hill2024-07-15T13:23:43-04:00

What is Eyelid Lift Surgery?

Eyelid lift surgery or Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that is not medically necessary and is performed only to improve a person’s appearance. The upper and sometimes lower eyelids may droop or swell as a result of the ageing process. Eyebrows may also sag. The eyelid skin tightens, muscles weaken, and fat masses bulge. This condition may be an inherited condition that exists among family members. Such aesthetically unpleasing conditions may reduce the overall attractiveness of the eyes and face and create a tired and older appearance. The surgeon cuts, moves, or separates the skin, fat, or eyelid muscles to obtain an eye lift. 

Why Grand Genesis?

  • Largest Private Plastic Surgery Centre in Ontario, fully equipped state of the art facility located in Richmond Hill, efficient and user friendly, but more economical than downtown luxury mini clinics

  • 2 Fully Equipped Operating Rooms – 15 Recovery Beds for Overnight Stays

  • 15 Plastic Surgeons (Guest & In house) – 30 Nurses

  • VERY SHORT waiting times for Consult & Surgery

Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty) Surgery Done by Following Surgeon:

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Eyelid surgery
Upper OR Lower
Eyelid Surgery
Upper & Lower
$6,500- $10,000
Asian Eyelid
$4,500- $6,000
Eye Cheek
Bag Removal
(Lower Blepharoplasty)

The price depends on the extent of the surgery. Our surgeon can give you an exact estimate of the cost after an examination and talking with you.

Who is a Good Candidate?

Various conditions can be treated with eyelid lift surgery. 

You are a good candidate for eyelid lift surgery if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Chronic swelling of the upper eyelids
  • Drooping skin of the upper eyelids
  • Puffiness under the eyes and wrinkles on the lower eyelids
  • Drooping of the lower eyelids
  • No diseases like thyroid problems such as Graves’ disease and hypothyroidism and dry eye syndrome or insufficient tear production

Eyelid Surgery Upper Eyelid Incision

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Eyelid Surgery Lower Eyelid Incision

The Procedure

Drooping eyelid surgery is a simple, painless surgery. This surgery takes about an hour and a half and can be performed under local anesthesia in a clinic. Some people may not be able to stay still the entire operation due to fear and stress from surgical instruments or other factors. For this group of people, eyelid surgery can be performed under general anesthesia.

First, laser incisions are made on the eyelids. The incisions have to be very delicate for the end result of the surgery to be satisfactory. The skin and, if present, excess eyelid fat is then removed. Both the length of the eyelid is shortened and the puffiness of the eyelid is eliminated.

Eventually, the skin of the eyelid is sutured. These stitches are very delicate and require experienced hands. For this reason, it is recommended that you always seek a good cosmetic surgeon for any plastic surgery, especially eyelid lifts and facial surgeries. Unfortunately, some people turn to those who do not have the expertise and skills in this field and cause irreparable damage to the eyes and eyelids. So do not forget that drooping eyelid surgery is a standard surgery that should be performed by a proficient surgeon. 


A person undergoing eyelid surgery can return to work seven to ten days after surgery. However, there may still be signs of swelling and bruising during this period. You can resume reading after two to three days, although it may be accompanied by eye irritation. Avoid high-pressure activities for two to three weeks after surgery to ensure proper wound healing.

Possible Complications

For a good and experienced eyelid lift surgeon, the complications of eyelid cosmetic surgery are not very common. Of course, like any surgery, there is always the possibility of complications such as wound infection or allergy to anesthetics. Following the doctor’s instructions before and after surgery reduces the risk of complications.

  • Blurred vision or transient blurred vision
  • Eyelid swelling
  • Asymmetry of the cutting site on both sides
  • Small white pimples at the suture site

These side effects are transient and go away after a few weeks.

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