Eyelid Surgery New York
Dr. Westreich is a New York City cosmetic surgeon double board certified in ENT medicine and facial plastic surgery.
He has a reputation for offering among the finest eyelid surgery throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, the greater New York area and beyond. His clients come from all backgrounds and are of all ages, but have one thing in common. They seek stunning yet subtle eyelid results that complement the rest of the features and enhance the facial expression while preserving spontaneity. To learn more about your eyelid surgery, contact Dr. Westreich’s office today.
Aging and gravity can greatly influence the appearance of the upper eyelids and lower eyelids, causing them to sag and lose their elasticity. This can lead to a fatigued, disgruntled facial expression, and in some cases may even impair vision. At his Manhattan practice, Dr. Westreich can adjust the upper eyelids and the lower eyelids through a conservative, detailed technique that will restore a youthful gaze with minimal invasiveness and reduced downtime. In some cases a brow lift may be performed in tandem with eyelid surgery for a more comprehensive makeover.
Asian Eyelid Surgery
Asian patients typically have from a single eyelid, also called a monolid. Here the goal is to create a double eyelid, which has the effect of elongating and opening the eye for a more alert, engaged facial expression. New York City-based physician Dr. Westreich will select the best method of incision based on your unique anatomy, surgical history and express wishes and goals. Additionally, Dr. Westreich offers revision Asian eyelid surgery for those who are unhappy with their original results.
Lower Eyelid Surgery
Puffiness, eye bags, dark circles and wrinkles under the eyes can detract from a person’s appearance and can make you look older, tired, and worn out. Lower eyelid aging results from excess skin or fat deposits, due to a loss of elasticity or a genetic predisposition, that have accumulated over time.
Upper Eyelid Surgery
Aging of your upper eyelids can have an unfavorable effect on your overall appearance. Excess skin and sagginess can make you look older than you are, and make your eyes appear tired and aged.