Upper Eyelid Surgery
Upper eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that rejuvenates the upper eyelids. This is achieved by removing excess skin and fat, for eyes that appear brighter and more refreshed.
Lower Eyelid Surgery
Lower eyelid surgery, also known as lower lid blepharoplasty, can improve wrinkles, sagging, or bags beneath your eyes. Correcting these concerns can help you appear less tired and more youthful.
Asian Eyelid Surgery
Asian eyelid surgery, also known as double eyelid surgery, is a surgical procedure that can create a natural-appearing crease in the upper eyelid. Beyond creating a crease, this surgery can also help the eyes appear larger.
Droopy Eyelid (Ptosis) Surgery
Drooping eyelids are a condition also known as ptosis. This condition can affect your appearance, and even impair your vision. Dr. Vargason can perform ptosis surgery to correct drooping eyelids and help you appear more youthful.
Revision Eyelid Surgery
Revision surgery can be used to correct the results of previous surgery. This can include correcting complications or enhancing results you may be unsatisfied with.
Sagging brows can make you appear unhappy, or look older than you are. A brow lift is a surgical procedure that can lift and reposition the brows, helping you look younger and more refreshed.
A midface lift is a surgical procedure that targets the middle portion of the face. It can help lift the areas around the upper mouth up to the lower eyes. This improves the contour of your cheekbones and supports your lower eyelids.
Tear Trough Treatment
Tear trough treatments use injectable fillers to help correct volume loss beneath the eyes and reduce the appearance of dark circles.
Neurotoxins are injectable treatments that can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles throughout the face. These types of treatments include common brands such as Botox and Dysport.
Dermal fillers can be used to reshape or add volume to areas throughout the face. They are often used on the lips, but can be used on the nose, chin, or to correct deeper folds.