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Drooping upper or lower eyelids can lead to a host of problems including a diminished field of vision, the need to raise the brows, and an overall “heavy” or “tired” feeling of the eyes.

WHAT IS EYELID SURGERY?

The clinical name for eyelid surgery is blepharoplasty, an outpatient surgical procedure in which excess skin is removed from the eyelid. With age, the eyelids can stretch and the muscles supporting them can weaken. As a result, the eyelids may sag. The removal of the excess tissue allows the eye to open to a greater degree, in many cases restoring previously blocked vision. Blepharoplasty also often makes your eyes appear more alert and even younger.

TREATMENT

Your surgery will take about 1–2 hours under intravenous sedation and a local anesthetic.

Contact us to learn more about eyelid surgery options. The eye care experts at St. Luke’s are here to help.

Our Locations

We proudly serve patients at our eye clinics in Tarpon Springs, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Spring Hill, and in The Villages at Lake Sumter Landing, Brownwood and coming to Wesley Chapel in Spring 2023. Our philosophy is to treat those we serve as though they are a member of our own families. From the first phone call or email to the follow-up visit and beyond, we’re here to serve you. Our goal is to help preserve and optimize your vision.

43309 US Highway 19 N
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
501 S. Fort Harrison Ave
Clearwater, FL 33756
187 Mariner Boulevard
Spring Hill, FL 34609
9400 9th Street N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33702
13303 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, FL 33618
1050 Old Camp Road, STE 230
The Villages, FL 32162
2955 Brownwood Blvd. Suite 303
The Villages, FL 32163
25232 State Road 54
Lutz, FL 33559

OPENING SPRING 2023
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