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Eyelid Surgery Cost & Recovery (Blepharoplasty) with Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Portuese

Eyelid Surgery Cost & Recovery (Blepharoplasty) with Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Portuese

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Eyelid Surgery Cost & Recovery (Blepharoplasty) with Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Portuese. For information & pricing visit us at http://bit.ly/2MEtxMvEyelidSurgery or call 206-624-6200

The most common questions about eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is how much does it cost and what is the recovery like. Prices are available on our website at http://bit.ly/2MEtxMvEyelidSurgery. This video explains what is involved in the cost.

Dr. Portuese is a double board-certified plastic surgeon, practicing in Seattle, Portland, and Ketchum Idaho. He has performed thousands of surgeries in his career. Please visit us online at http://bit.ly/2MEtxMvEyelidSurgery or call 206-624-6200.

Transcript
The cost of eyelid surgery really depends on several factors. It costs more to do both upper and lower eyelids than it does just the uppers or just the lowers.

The real cost of any type of cosmetic surgery including eyelid surgery is dependent upon the amount of time it takes to perform the procedure in a formal operating room. Time monitored under general anesthesia by a physician anesthesiologist, and then the surgeon’s fees for performing the surgical procedure known as a blepharoplasty. Surgeon experience and geography does tend to play into the cost of any type of cosmetic surgery including eyelids.

The recovery for eyelid surgery usually involves placing the patient under general anesthesia for approximately an hour and then the recovery time is usually another hour just kind of waking up from the anesthesia and then the patients go home with their caretaker.

Patients are fully healed after eyelid surgery usually at about three to four months after the procedure. Anticipate visible swelling and bruising for the first two weeks. The incision itself on the upper lid tends to stay, what we call, red or lumpy bumpy for a series of several weeks, six to eight weeks and then the incision on the upper lid tends to turn into a very fine white line. But the process takes two to three months. Patients are certainly able to hide it because it’s in the natural crease and they put makeup on to cover that incision.

if you’re interested in a consultation, please see our website at SeattleFacial.com.

Dr William Portuese



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