Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery Philadelphia
What Is Eyelid Surgery?
Cosmetic eyelid surgery (otherwise known as blepharoplasty) gives youthful contours to the skin and provides fat in the eyelid to rejuvenate the appearance of the eye. It is a highly-customized procedure that can address cosmetic problems of the upper eyelids or lower eyelids, including under-eye bags.
Cosmetic eyelid surgery is often performed under twilight sleep anesthesia with the use of a laser, which allows for more precise results.
At the offices of Drs. Cohen and Swartz, we use a CO2 laser to contour the eyelids, which offers the most precise results and the quickest recuperation time. All surgeries are performed at surgical centers near our Bala Cynwyd, PA or Voorhees, NJ offices. Most patients resume normal activities one week after the procedure.
When Is Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery Necessary?
If you're dissatisfied with the appearance of your eyes, it’s worth seeking a consultation. We provide individualized treatment for each patient based on the treatment that will work best. Watch the video below from Dr. Cohen as he explains when eyelid surgery makes sense and how he and Dr. Swartz are able to consistently achieve natural looking results.
For more videos from Dr. Cohen, visit his RealSelf profile.
Why Drs. Cohen and Swartz?
Dr. Marc Cohen and Dr. Nancy Swartz perform cosmetic eyelid surgery in Philadelphia. The doctors are ophthalmic plastic surgeons who specialize in eyelid surgery. Only ophthalmic plastic surgeons are board certified ophthalmologists, specifically trained to improve your appearance while caring for the health of your eyes.
Year after year, Drs. Cohen and Swartz have been invited to teach their special eyelid plastic surgery techniques to other cosmetic surgeons throughout the world. They have also appeared in Philadelphia Magazine, Main Line Today, South Jersey Magazine and Suburban Life Magazine.
For over 20 years, thousands of patients have chosen Drs. Cohen and Swartz for eyelid surgery in the Philadelphia area because of the doctors' skill and ability to create beautiful, natural looking results.
Upper eyelid surgery to treat droopy eyelids
Upper and lower eyelid surgery with lower eyelid dermal fillers
How To Learn More
To find out if cosmetic eyelid surgery could be right for you, we recommend reading the pages below and/or scheduling a consultation.
During your consultation, Dr. Cohen or Dr. Swartz will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, evaluate your eyes’ appearance, and suggest a course of action… And that’s it! At our practice, you will never be pressured to get a procedure.
Upper Eyelid Surgery
Upper eyelid surgery corrects droopy, puffy upper eyelids to restore your eyes' youthful appearance.Learn About Upper Eyelid Surgery
Lower Eyelid Surgery
Lower eyelid surgery rejuvenates the appearance of the eyes by removing bags, reducing puffiness, and/or tightening excess skin in the lower eyelids.Learn About Lower Eyelid Surgery
Eye Bag Surgery
Cosmetic eyelid surgery is the best way for many patients to diminish under-eye bags and reclaim the youthful beauty of their eyes.Learn About Eye Bag Surgery
WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING
Thanks Doctor Cohen!
I’m a 51 year old guy who for years was bothered by my lower eyelid “bags.” If I got lots of sleep and watched my diet, my "bags" weren't too bad- carry-on size! However a late night, spicy food, or red wine, and they turned into steamer trunks! Friends and family claimed they weren’t so bad, and I suppose in the general scheme of things, that was true. However, not a day went by that I was not aware of them. Five months ago, Marc Cohen removed them and immediately I liked the result. I had no noticeable bruising, swelling or pain, just a little 'blood shot' on the 4th–7th days after the procedure. Now it's like they were never there- I don’t think about it at all, unlike before, when as I said, I thought of them daily. Do I look better, or younger? Maybe, but mostly the look is cleaner somehow, with those dark smudges caused by the fat deposits gone for good! Go online, read all you can about the procedure so that you'll be a well informed patient when you talk to Dr. Cohen, then JUST DO IT! I’m sorry I waited so long.