Dearborn, MI – If your vision is being impaired by protruding or excessive fat deposits above your eye it may be necessary or beneficial to undergo an upper blepharoplasty procedure. Whereas, lower eyelid surgery is nearly always cosmetic and normally is not covered by insurance.
If you consider this a health problem or have been advised by your Optometrist consult with us to find the best course of action for your eyes and vision. Some of the benefits after a blepharoplasty procedure of the medical nature will be improved vision, a delay in future medical problems as well as cosmetic benefits in appearance.
Reasons for Medical Blepharoplasty
If your vision is impaired due to excess upper eyelid skin
Talk to your Eye Doctor
See your eye doctor to find out if you’re a candidate for an upper blepharoplasty.
Consult with a board certified facial plastic surgeon who takes insurance claims.
We invite you to come in for a preoperative evaluation. We can discuss what is best for you after a thorough medical and ophthalmic history, along with a detailed cutaneous and eye examination. Contact Dr Michael Carron now or learn more about Blepharoplasty.