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About Eyelid Surgery in Texas

Eyelid surgery in Texas is one of the more commonplace cosmetic procedures. This procedure is also known as blepharoplasty. It is designed to help correct an aging appearance that is indicated by sagging skin or fine lines. The surgeons who perform this procedure are also experienced in facelifts and other important anti-aging cosmetic procedures. You can be certain that your procedure will go successfully, and you will be pleased with your overall appearance after your surgery. This is a good option if you want to minimize a tired appearance, look younger, and feel more refreshed.

This type of surgery is done with a lot of precision, and only tiny incisions are made. The surgeon removes extra fatty tissue and skin, to help improve the appearance. Most of the surgery takes place in the upper eyelid area. However, the lower eyelid area can also be operated on if the patient has a major problem with puffiness. The incisions made with these types of surgeries are not very noticeable, and very seldom leave visible scars. Some of the side effects that last for about a week include swelling, redness and sensitivity to light, with or without tearing. A follow-up visit takes place a week after the surgery.

While many are candidates for eyelid surgery, a consultation with a surgeon is necessary before having any type of procedure done. This will help rule out any health issues that may prevent you from having the procedure done successfully. Another advantage of the consultation is that the surgeon will be able to determine if other procedures might be appropriate. Some patients benefit from injectable treatments and eyebrow lifts, for an even more youthful appearance. Your surgeon will make sure you fully understand all the aspects of the surgery and recovery.

There are numerous eyelid surgery options in Texas. Many of the surgeons that perform the largest volume of surgeries are in Dallas and Houston. There are also many options in mid-sized cities, such as Lubbock, as well. All of these procedures are performed in a safe, sterile surgical environment. Because this is a cosmetic procedure, medical insurance will generally not cover it. Expect to pay from $1,000 to $5,000 for the surgery, depending on the doctor. Many doctors offer financing options to allow patients to pay for their surgery. The payments are generally quite affordable, and the financing may be offered directly by the doctor's office or by a third party credit provider.

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Eye Centers of Southeast Texas, L.L.P.
3345 Plaza 10, Suite A
Beaumont, TX 77707
Eye Center of Texas
6565 W. Loop S., Suite 650
Bellaire, TX 77401
Newman & Taub Vision Center
5744 LBJ Freeway, Ste. 150
Dallas, TX 75240
Fagadau & Hawk
6131 Luther Lane
Dallas, TX 75225
Carter Eye Center
5315 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75205
Maddox Laser Eye Center
601 Sunland Park Dr. #2
El Paso, TX 79912
Fort Worth Eye Associates
5000 Collinwood Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Ophthalmology Associates
1201 Summit Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Eye Clinic of Texas
2302 Avenue P
Galveston, TX 77550
Eye Care and Surgery Center of North Texas
4501 Joe Ramsey Blvd., Suite 110
Greenville, TX 75401
Heaton Eye Associates
1600 Hwy 79 South
Henderson, TX 75654
Campbell, Cunningham & Taylor
2523 Jacksboro Pike
Jacksboro, TX 37747
DeHaven Eye Clinic
908 N. Pacific
Mineola, TX 75713
The M LASIK Center
1208 Village Creek
Plano, TX 75093
Ophthalmology Associates of Richardson
770 N. Coit Rd. Suite 2486
Richardson, TX 75080
Scott & White
1815 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76504
EyeCare Associates of East Texas
2440 E. Fifth St.
Tyler, TX 75701

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