Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

Close up of beautiful woman’s eyes showing smooth skin, elevated eyebrows, and eyelids without significant sagging.

At Ophthalmic Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Inc., we specialize in enhancing your appearance and confidence through state-of-the-art cosmetic eye surgery. Our practices in St. Louis, St. Peters, and Arnold, MO are led by renowned oculofacial plastic surgeons with a nuanced understanding of ocular anatomy. Whether you want to rejuvenate your appearance or address medical concerns affecting your eyelids and surrounding areas, OPCS has the expertise and technology to help you achieve the best possible outcomes.

What Is Cosmetic Eye Surgery?

Cosmetic eye surgery, often called oculoplastic surgery, involves procedures designed to improve the appearance and function of the eyes and surrounding structures. This specialized plastic eye surgery can address various concerns, from aging effects such as drooping eyelids and under-eye bags to congenital issues that affect vision and eye health. Our doctors are also talented at complementary procedures like brow lifts and facial fat transfer.

Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery

If your upper or lower eyelids have begun to sag or have become puffy or baggy, there are several procedures available to you to make your eyes look more beautiful and youthful. If you are unhappy with the way your …

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Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty is the medical name for eyelid surgery, but there are several different types of Blepharoplasty, depending on what needs to be corrected. If your upper eyelids are drooping, puffy, or have excessive skin, you might be a good candidate …

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Asian Blepharoplasty

Asian Blepharoplasty (sometimes called “double eyelid surgery”) is a specialized type of upper eyelid surgery. This is often performed to alter the appearance of Asian “single-lidded” eyes so that they have a lid fold, like the western eyelid. If you …

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Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty is the name for eyelid surgery, but there are different types depending on what needs to be corrected. Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty in St. Louis may be a great option for you if you have developed unsightly eye bags in …

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Brow Lift

You may have been born with gorgeous eyes that have become hidden with age. A normal aging change is sagging of the eyebrows which also causes the skin to sag, hanging over the eyelids. This detracts from the beauty of …

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Midface Lift

A Midface Lift in St. Louis may be the perfect cosmetic procedure to restore your former youthfulness. It is one of your best options when the aging process causes sagging of the tissues of the middle of the face and …

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Endoscopic Brow Elevation

When the eyebrows begin to sag as part of the aging process, it can make you look older than your actual years. This sagging creates droopy eyelids and forehead wrinkles, and it prevents your eyes from being seen as much …

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Fat Transfer

Aging is most frequently caused by a loss of fat and “volume” in the face. If you have facial wrinkles, thin lips, sunken cheeks, or skin depressions, you may be a good candidate for fat transfer in St. Louis. Fat …

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Revisional Eyelid Surgery

Revisional Eyelid Surgery usually refers to revisional blepharoplasty, sometimes called revision blepharoplasty. This refers to a secondary blepharoplasty procedure done to correct problems from an initial eyelid surgery. Some of the best surgeons in the St. Louis area send such …

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Benefits of Cosmetic Eye Surgery

The most obvious benefit of plastic eye surgery is aesthetic improvement. After undergoing one or more of these procedures, you should look younger, more attractive, and less tired. Cosmetic eye surgeries also offer numerous benefits beyond aesthetics. They can significantly enhance visual function, alleviate discomfort, and prevent long-term eye damage. You may also find that these procedures enhance self-esteem and quality of life.

How Do Oculoplastic Surgeons Differ from Ophthalmologists?

Both types of doctors are eye surgeons. However, oculoplastic surgeons undergo an extra two years of training once they have completed their opthalmological schooling, as mandated by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS).  During these additional years of education, oculoplastic surgeons learn reconstructive and cosmetic surgery techniques to make positive improvements to the eyelids, eyebrows, tear ducts, and eye sockets.

Why Choose Our Practice for Your Cosmetic Eye Surgery?

Ophthalmic Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Inc.’s commitment to excellence is evident in every aspect of our practice. Our skilled surgeons combine extensive experience with the latest advancements in eye surgery to provide personalized treatments that prioritize safety, effectiveness, and natural-looking results.

  • Expertise: Our surgeons are oculoplastic specialists, ensuring that you receive care from professionals who are experts in the delicate structures of the eye and the surrounding skin and tissue.
  • Advanced Technology: We utilize state-of-the-art surgical techniques and equipment, allowing more precise interventions and shorter recovery times.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Every patient deserves a unique treatment plan. Our team spends time understanding your goals and concerns, ensuring that your enhancement journey is comfortable and fulfilling.

Our doctors strongly recommend that you choose an oculoplastic surgeon for any eye or eye-adjacent surgery you undergo. Traditional cosmetic surgeons are generally trained in various surgeries performed throughout the body (including the abdomen and breasts), and therefore, they lack specialized knowledge about ocular anatomy. Oculoplastic surgeons know the eye intimately and can ensure that functionality is not hindered — and, in many cases, is improved!

Schedule a Consultation

If you are interested in any of our cosmetic surgery procedures, contact Ophthalmic Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery, Inc. Call us at 314-567-3567 to schedule a consultation. Our practice serves St. Louis, St. Peters, and surrounding areas in Missouri.

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