Prof. asoc. Dr. Stefan Gress
Upper Eyelid Correction
Professor Gress belongs internationally to the TOP Specialists
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Upper Eyelid Correction,
droopy Upper Eyelids
is largely determined by the eyes.
When it comes to evaluating the beauty of a person, the eyes play a crucial role.
Droopy upper eyelids rarely look attractive. They make you look tired. When the skin of the upper lid covers the eyelid so that it is no longer visible, it is called a drooping lid. The medical term for this is dermatochalasis. It can be present at birth, but it usually develops with advancing age.
In contrast, a clear, open look is engaging, captivating and attracts the interest of the observer. A brief outpatient procedure can make all the difference – a drooping lid correction in Munich with Prof. Gress…!
With the eye closed, the excess skin of the upper eyelid is precisely outlined and removed in a spindle shape through an incision in the crease of the eyelid. This is usually done under local anesthesia or in twilight sleep. In most cases, the procedure removes the excess of the underlying muscle and the fat pad that protrudes, especially in the inner corner of the eye. This produces a defined lid contour.
The skin is then sutured closed and the stitches removed after about five days. Skin-toned plasters cover the wound.
You will wear plasters on the upper lids for about ten days. After that, it will hardly be noticeable that anything was done. You will be “good to party” after three weeks. You can wear makeup after two weeks. The stitches are removed after five days.
How you feel afterwards
After the procedure, your eyes will not only look more beautiful, they will also feel lighter and fresher. That is really a pleasant side effect!
An excess of upper eyelid skin can also be related to a sagging forehead and thus the positioning of the eyebrows. In this case, a forehead lift or a combination of upper eyelid lift and lifting of the eyebrows would be the right treatment.
Upper eyelid ptosis
A falling or drooping upper eyelid (that is, not the skin of the upper eyelid) is called ptosis of the upper eyelid. In this case, the muscle that lifts the upper eyelid must be tightened (M. Levator palpebrae).
In Germany, the German Drug Advertising Act (Heilmittelwerbegesetz) does not permit before and after pictures of cosmetic surgery to be displayed. You can view these during your personal consultation with us.
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Unique combination of the highest demands in terms of precision and aesthetics
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Professor for Plastic Surgery
Professor and lecturer
in Plastic Surgery
Prof. Dr. Gress
Experience makes the difference
- More than 10000 procedures
- Over 30 years of experience
- Inventor and developer of the “Composite Reduction Labiaplasty”
- Internationally recognized top specialist
- Author of the international textbook “Aesthetic and Functional Labiaplasty” (Springer Publishers)
- Professor and Lecturer in Plastic Surgery
In the most important national and international specialist societies
The Aston Baker
2018, New York
The greatest honor for
a Plastic Surgeon