Eyelid Lift

Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a procedure designed to correct problems around the eyes due to aging or injury. Excess skin that forms bags around the eyes can be removed under anesthesia, eliminating baggind and drooping. If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your eyelids or they are causing functional issues, you may be a good candidate for this procedure. Eyelid surgery can dramatically improve the appearance of skin around the eyes, leading to a healthier, more youthful appearance. 

Due to the nature of this procedure, results will take some time to become apparent as you recover. Blepharoplasty surgery addresses bulging fat pads and excess skin but does not change the condition of the skin which remains. Other procedures or treatments to improve collagen formation in the skin may be recommended to obtain an optimal outcome for the appearance of “crepey skin”. 

Dr. Catherine Durboraw is a board certified oculoplastic surgeon who specializes in the surgical management of eyelid conditions. She has performed over 10,000 eyelid surgical procedures and the most common procedure she performs is blepharoplasty.

Center for Aesthetics

The Center for Aesthetics is nationally ranked for many office-based aesthetic treatments and is the leader in aesthetic medical services in our region.

At The Center for Aesthetics, our mission is to provide the most technologically-advanced services safely and with compassion for our patients. We believe in every service we perform because we are patients as well – our staff takes pride in experiencing what each service can do for our own aging issues.

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The Center for Aesthetics is run by board-certified plastic surgeons specializing in breast augmentation, breast reconstruction, CoolSculpting®, and Ultherapy in Idaho Falls. The Center For Aesthetics serves patients from areas including Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and throughout Idaho and Montana.