Eyelid Surgery in Bountiful, UT

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What Is Eyelid Surgery?

The eyes are one of your defining features and generally one of the first things others observe about you. However, loose skin above or below the eyes can result in a tired, unflattering appearance. Our team at Utah Medical Clinic employs the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser to provide advanced laser skin tightening to minimize droopy skin near the eyes and refresh your overall aesthetic. This distinctive pixel technology helps collagen regrowth, producing a youthful, smoother, more awake aesthetic. This noninvasive treatment is also a great option to address problems with your vision that can result from drooping eyelid skin. Individuals in Bountiful, UT are invited to reach out to our team to learn more.




Eyelid Surgery FAQ

Will my eyelid surgery hurt?

The FemiLift Pixel CO2 is a fractional, ablative laser, meaning it is a minimally invasive treatment. A staff member will apply a topical numbing cream for comfort, but typically, you can anticipate only a mild irritating sensation following your treatment.

What can I expect after my eyelid surgery using the FemiLift Pixel CO2?

Your treatment will be carried out at Utah Medical Clinic as an outpatient procedure. You might have slight redness, inflammation, and pain in the treatment area, but this should be short-lived. Nonetheless, the combination of CO2 and pixel technologies has a very low risk and offers a short recovery time so you can expect your recovery period to last around five days.

How many treatments will I need?

Many of our Bountiful, UT patients notice their results following one appointment, but a series of up to four sessions may be necessary to obtain your best results. This will be discussed with our team during your initial appointment.


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