Upper Eyelid Surgery Anesthesia
- Upper Eyelid Surgery Overview
- Upper Face Rejuvenation
- Are You a Good Blepharoplasty Candidate?
- What Do You Want to Change?
- Benefits of Upper Eyelid Surgery
- Joseph T Cruise, MD’s Blepharoplasty Philosophy
- Consultation and Physical Exam
- Prior to Upper Eyelid Surgery
- Blepharoplasty Anesthesia
- After Upper Eyelid Surgery
- Recovery from Upper Eyelid Surgery
- Possible Blepharoplasty Complications
- Blepharoplasty Cost and Financing
- Upper Eyelid Surgery Words to Know
- Upper Eyelid Surgery Before and After Pictures
Anesthesia for Upper Blepharoplasty
Cruise Plastic Surgery uses only board certified anesthesiologists to make sure you have the best blepharoplatsy anesthesia possible. The anesthesiologist will discuss with you what type of anesthesia is best for you. He/she will take into consideration your medical history, the procedure, and your personal wishes.
Eyelid surgery can be performed under general anesthesia or under local anesthesia with or without sedation. If several procedures are being done at once then general anesthesia is the better option. This will be discussed during your consultation with Joseph T Cruise, MD and the anesthesia team.