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Eyelid Surgery with Laser Resurfacing for Dramatic Results

Do you look tired when you look in the mirror? Do your eyelids droop and obscure your vision? Are you noticing signs of aging? Eyelid surgery and laser resurfacing may be your solution to dramatic results in overall skin rejuvenation. We offer specials to combine these procedures because together the results are amazing. At Zormeier Cosmetic Surgery & Longevity Center, we specialize in offering solutions to help you age backward gracefully.

Eyelid surgery addresses loose, sagging skin above the eye as well as fat deposits and puffiness below the eye. This simple in-office office procedure is done under local sedation. We use a laser to make small incisions to remove excess, sagging skin. This technique provides results without bruising or bleeding, decreasing downtime and improving results. Typically, stitches are removed at day seven, and you are ready to apply makeup and return to work.

Laser resurfacing is a procedure performed to improve skin tone, regenerating collagen to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, and minimizing dark spots and acne scarring for a more youthful appearance. We use a Fractional CO2 laser to resurface and regenerate the skin. Lidocaine is used to numb the treated area. Typically, the healing process ranges from five to seven days depending on the depth of your procedure, and we provide expert information to guide you through the cleaning and healing process.

When you notice droopy eyelids and puffiness under your eyes along with acne scarring, dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles, you are ready to consider these procedures. You can expect dramatic results when you consider these procedures together. Whether you are interested in Eyelid Surgery, Laser Resurfacing or both, contact us to discuss your treatment options, and we will create a specialized treatment plan for you. Call or text us at 317-414-3000 to schedule a consultation, or visit us on our website: for more information about this and other treatment options.

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