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... you can talk to a Board Certified Plastic surgeon or Eye Surgeon. An upper eye lift is a procedure that is usually done in the office and causes very little discomfort. If your site is impaired due to too much excess skin, then some insurances might pay for the procdeure. You can do some research on: eyelid (or eyelift) surgery, or blepharoplasty (3 replies)
... how to get rid of hooded eyes (3 replies)
... I had mine done a year ago and insurance paid for it. My lids were hooded but my left eye was worse. ... (3 replies)

... I had mine done in October and love it !!! just kept frozen small ziplock bags with peas in them on my eyes to help with the swelling. I was a little bruised, but I bruise very easily anyway. ... (3 replies)
Hooded Eye Lids
Oct 4, 2006
... I'm finding it coming back AGAIN! just in the past year. I know it's from the thyroid. My eyes seem to be bulging somewhat as well. I can't imagine having to do it again, but would if I have to, I guess. ... (6 replies)
Hooded Eye Lids
Oct 1, 2006
... Hello, Carol. Yes, I had hooded eyelids as well as large puffy bags under my eyes. I have wanted to have the surgery since 1998. ... (6 replies)
... to 2 weeks, depending on how well you follow your doctor's instructions. My doctor used dissolving stitches, so they didn't have to be removed. I had very hooded upper eyelids and no crease at all, and bags underneath. Now I have a small crease and NO BAGS UNDERNEATH! ... (5 replies)
... ery. I looked creepy because of the stitches. It hurt no doubt about it but it was bearable. I stayed in the house for a week. It just felt better to keep my eyes closed. I was able to go out with sunglasses on. It took about a month. She did a beautiful job. ... (7 replies)
... Insurance can can cover this procedure OR some do both a cosmetic surgery to make the eyes look bigger which would not be covered by insurance. ... (7 replies)
... My eyelids were almost completely covered by excess skin. I didn't realize my vision was partially affected. I would raise my eyebrows alot to open my eyes up. I had surgery in a center by a dr who specialized in eyelid surgery. She made the incisions in the fold of the eyelid. They can't even be seen. ... (7 replies)
Hooded Eye Lids
Oct 5, 2006
... Hello, Isis. I don't mind telling how old I am. I will be 51 next month. I was diagnosed with thyroid disease in 1991, but I think I had it for quite a while. A friend of mine, a nurse, noticed I had a goiter, which no one else had noticed. I consulted a general physician and then a specialist for treatment. I'm doing very well on Synthroid, after taking doses of... (6 replies)
... I do not really have any wrinkles, but the puffiness under my eyes really bothers me. How did you find the right person to do your surgery? ... (7 replies)
... My doc warned me I may have "lowering of the forehead" meaning a bit of a hooded eyelid. He didn't think it would happen to me. Hmm... well it did. ... (2 replies)
... My eyes are much less hooded, the lines from nose to mouth much much better, and neck is improved. My skin is firmer overall. ... (2 replies)

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