Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
122 East Ridgewood Ave
Paramus, NJ 07652
Phone: (201) 967-1212
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.–2 p.m. (medical spa only)
Eyelid rejuvenation surgery can help you look more refreshed and youthful, removing excess skin to open the eyes or smoothing sagging, heavy skin under the eyelids.
Cost & Recovery
- Schedule your cosmetic consultation with Dr. Parker to get your personalized quote backed by our Price Guarantee.
- Patients typically return to normal activities within 7 to 10 days after surgery.
- BOTOX® Cosmetic or filler injections can temporarily improve signs of aging around the eyes
- Lower eyelid surgery can smooth out puffiness under the eyes to restore a more refreshed appearance**
- Upper eyelid surgery can help correct vision obstructed by excess, heavy skin on the eyelids**
- 18,751 men had eyelid lift in 2019***
**Results may vary
***Statistical information listed here is drawn from 2019 The Aesthetic Society data
Before & After Photos
Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.
Upper Eyelid Surgery
When the upper eyelids begin to droop due to aging, many problems can arise. These problems can range from an aesthetically displeasing look to actual obstruction of vision. If droopy eyelids are making you look sad or tired all the time, or hindering your ability to see, it’s time to consider eyelid rejuvenation.
The Upper Eyelid Surgery Procedure
Upper eyelid surgery can be performed using intravenous sedation, is relatively straightforward; typically, it takes about 45 minutes to complete. Dr. Parker will make a small incision in the crease of the eyelid, removing any excess, herniated fat. The sagging skin of your upper eyelid is also removed and the incision is carefully closed.
Because a man’s eyelids are naturally “heavier” than a woman’s, Dr. Parker is careful to retain a naturally masculine appearance to the eyelids, removing only the necessary skin & fat to correct your concerns.
Before & After: Male Upper Eyelid Surgery
Upper Eyelid Surgery Recovery
There is usually very little postoperative pain after eyelid surgery, and you’ll be discharged within an hour or so of the procedure. The eyes do not need to be bandaged, and sutures are removed within five to six days. Swelling and discoloration typically subside within 10 to 14 days, with most patients returning to normal activities at that time.
The result of an upper eyelid lift is a dramatically fresh appearance to the eyes. Often, patients who have blepharoplasty are surprised by how many compliments they receive about their new looks. Since the surgery leaves virtually no scarring, friends and family will notice the dramatic change, but won’t know why you look so vibrant.
About Your Procedure
Our cosmetic consultations include plenty of time with Dr. Parker, our patient care coordinator, and our imaging specialist. Once your procedure is booked, our nurse educator will meet with you for a special 1-hour pre-op education session.Request a Consultation Your Education Session
Lower Eyelid Surgery
As we grow older, the lower lids can become puffy and baggy. The skin stretches and starts to hang loosely, and muscles weaken. Fat can herniate and accumulate below the eyelids, resulting an a tired, aged appearance that belies how healthy and energetic we really feel. Lower eyelid rejuvenation can smooth this sagging skin & fat to restore a more vibrant appearance.
The Lower Eyelid Surgery Procedure
Lower eyelid surgery is usually an outpatient procedure done with intravenous sedation to keep you comfortable. Surgery takes about 45 to 90 minutes to perform, depending on the exact surgical technique needed to achieve your desired results. Through tiny incisions made just underneath the eyelashes, Dr. Parker will remove or reposition excess fat and remove excess skin to smooth and firm the skin in the area. The incision is closed with tiny sutures. Dr. Parker will apply ointment to lubricate your eyes and may apply a bandage in certain cases.
Before & After: Male Lower Eyelid Surgery
Lower Eyelid Surgery Recovery
For a couple of weeks you may have excessive tearing, some blurry vision, and sensitivity to light, and you will want to keep your head elevated for the first few days. There is little postoperative pain, and any discomfort can be controlled by medication or by gently applying ice packs. You can read or watch TV after a few days, and normal activities can be resumed within a week or so. Stitches are removed within the first week after surgery.
Our Rapid Recovery Program
Most of our male patients lead active lives and are anxious to return to their activities as soon as possible after surgery. With that in mind, we have tailored our surgical procedures, anesthesia, and medications, and developed our Rapid Recovery peri-operative program to optimize the recovery process. During both your consultation with Dr. Parker and in your pre-op education visit with our Nurse Educator, your anticipated recovery will be discussed in detail.
Rapid Recovery Program
Our surgical procedures, anesthesia, medications, and aftercare are tailored to minimize post-operative discomfort and accelerate recuperation.Learn More