“Your eyes are the windows to your soul.” Some clichés really are spot-on. The eyes are a major focal point in our personal interactions with others. Your eyes can communicate your emotions and your personality.

The first signs of aging typically appear around the eyes. In our late 30s, the skin around the eyes starts to lose elasticity, causing the lids to droop, which can make us look older and impair our vision. Bags and puffiness can also form around the eyes, giving us a tired, worn-out look.

An eyelid lift, or blepharoplasty, corrects these problems through the gentle and precise removal of excess eyelid skin and redistribution of fat. An eyelid lift can be performed on the upper or lower eyelids, depending on what’s necessary for optimal results.

The masculine eye is different from the feminine eye in many ways. Typically, a man’s upper eyelid crease is situated lower than a woman’s eyelid crease. In addition, the male and female brows are at different levels. Care must be taken to not over-correct a man’s eyelid or leave him with a “rounded” eye, which can feminize the eyes.

Many surgeons are not astute to these differences. Dr.Sunder prides herself on appreciating these subtle differences and using male blepharoplasty Los Angeles techniques to preserve your identity and retain the masculine appearance of your face.

In an upper male blepharoplasty, Dr.Sunder removes the excess skin that is causing hooding. She places the incision in a natural skin crease so that it is camouflaged easily. Within a few weeks, the incision is barely perceptible. An upper male blepharoplasty is often placed in conjunction with a forehead lift in order to achieve natural and long-lasting results. In a lower male blepharoplasty, Dr.Sunder places the incision is usually placed on the inside of your lower eyelid, so there is no visible scar.