Nonsurgical Eyelid Lift in Dublin, OH

5 Services ( View All )

What is a Nonsurgical Eyelid Lift?

Typically, your eyes are one of the first things others notice about you; however, as you start to age, it can lead to sagging skin around the eyes and a worn down or unflattering look. Thankfully, Dr. Phing Saurer and her team in Dublin, OH staff utilize the Alma Opus® device to provide innovative eyelid skin tightening that works to reduce extra skin around the eyelids and revive your facial appearance. This advanced pixel technology stimulates your body's natural collagen production, allowing for a younger, softened, and more alert look. Additionally, this nonsurgical treatment is an excellent way to treat and reverse vision impairments that may be caused by hanging, loose skin around the eyes. Learn more by contacting River Park Esthetics today to schedule your initial consultation. 

Nonsurgical Eyelid Lift FAQ

Will my nonsurgical eyelid lift hurt?
Most patients do not report severe levels of discomfort during an Opus eyelid lift treatment. Prior to your treatment, a local numbing cream can be applied in order to keep you comfortable; however, you can usually anticipate only a slight burning feeling after your session.

What can I expect after my nonsurgical blepharoplasty?
Your Opus procedure will be performed at River Park Esthetics as an outpatient procedure. It is common to notice some slight redness, swelling, and discomfort in the area after treatment, but this is temporary. The combination of CO2 and pixel technologies includes very little risk and involves minimal recovery time.

How many treatments will I need?
Many of our Dublin, OH patients notice some results following their initial appointment. However, a series of a few treatments could be required to achieve optimal outcomes. During a thorough consultation, Dr. Saurer and her team can talk with you to identify your needs and goals in order to create a customized treatment plan specifically for you.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.