What is a nonsurgical eyelid lift?
Due to the natural aging process, you may begin to notice sagging of your eyelids and loose skin around your eyes. This sagging skin below or above the eyes can lead to a worn down or unflattering look. Thankfully, Dr. Timothy Roth and his team at Clovis Laser Center can provide unique, "cutting edge" treatments with the Alma Opus device using the Colibri handpiece, for advanced skin tightening in order to reduce the appearance of loose skin around the eyelids and freshen your face. The Colibri uses distinctive radiofrequency technology to generate "plasma". This plasma energy stimulates your body's natural collagen as a way to create a younger, softened, more alert look. As a nonsurgical treatment, this is also a great way to improve vision impairments that could be the result of hanging skin around the eyes. Contact us in Clovis, CA, today to learn more and schedule your initial consultation.
Nonsurgical Eyelid Lift FAQ
Will my nonsurgical eyelid lift hurt?
Typically, patients do not report significant amounts of pain during their nonsurgical eyelid lift procedure. However, Dr. Roth will apply a local numbing cream to keep you comfortable. In most cases, you can anticipate only a slight burning feeling following your treatment session.
What can I expect after my nonsurgical blepharoplasty?
Your Colibri nonsurgical eyelid lift procedure will be performed at Clovis Laser Center as an outpatient procedure. For most patients, it is typical to experience slight redness, swelling, and some discomfort in the treatment area, but this is temporary and will subside fairly quickly. The combination of radiofrequency & plasma technologies used in the Colibri involves very little recovery time, and you can expect your recovery period to last for around five days.
How many nonsurgical eyelid lift treatments will I need?
Typically, our Clovis, CA patients will experience noticeable results following their initial appointment. However, a series of 2-3 treatments could be required to attain optimal outcomes. During your initial consultation, Dr. Roth and his team will create a customized treatment plan that will work best for you.