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Blepharoplasty in Ogden, Utah

Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that involves the reshaping of the eyelids. Upper eyelid blepharoplasty specifically focuses on the upper eyelids. The primary goals of this cosmetic surgery are to remove excess skin, fat, and sometimes muscle from the upper eyelids, leading to a more youthful and refreshed appearance.


As individuals age, the skin around the eyes may lose its elasticity, resulting in sagging or drooping eyelids. This can contribute to a tired or aged look. Additionally, the accumulation of fat deposits in the upper eyelids may create puffiness or bulges.

During an upper eyelid blepharoplasty, an incision is typically made along the natural crease of the upper eyelid, allowing the surgeon to access and remove excess tissue. The incisions are carefully placed to minimize visible scarring. In some cases, the procedure may involve repositioning or redistributing fat to achieve a balanced and aesthetically pleasing outcome.

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is often performed for cosmetic reasons to enhance the appearance of the eyes, but it can also be done for functional purposes. In instances where excessive upper eyelid skin impairs vision, the surgery may be considered medically necessary.

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    Each individual is different when it comes to lasting color. On average, our brow tinting lasts between 3-6 weeks. Factors that may affect the duration of your color include: how much pressure you use when you wash, use of exfoliant in the area, what type of makeup remover you use, sun exposure, sunscreen use and how quickly your hair cycles.
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    To keep your brow shape looking great, we recommend waxing every 2-3 weeks. Eyebrow hair tends to become more noticeable outside the boundaries of the brow if it’s not maintained frequently, leaving your shape on the unruly side.
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    Our brow laminations last 4-6 weeks. We provide you with after care instructions that preserve the longevity of your perfectly sculpted brows!
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  • Does brow lamination hurt?
    There is no discomfort associated with brow lamination.
  • How long does brow lamination take?
    Brow lamination takes, give or take, 45 minutes.
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  • Improved Aesthetics.

  • Reduced Fine Lines and Wrinkles.

  • Correction of Hooded Eyelids.

  • Enhanced Vision.

  • Long-lasting results.

  • Boost in Self-Confidence.

  • Quick Recovery.

  • Minimized Tired Appearance

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