Every surgery has risks. The common risks that are involved in Blepharoplasty surgery are a change in lower or upper eyelid position, remaining skin wrinkles or fat bags, and a persistent dryness of the eyes.
Will my insurance company pay for Blepharoplasty surgery because my vision is affected?
Patients, who have an excessive amount of upper eyelid skin or even an extreme case of heaviness to the lower eyelid skin would need to contact their insurance company first, then will need to undergo a Visual Field test to confirm that the excess skin is affecting the peripheral vision. After these steps are complete, contact our office to insure we take your insurance. Only a complete medical evaluation can determine if you might fall into this category.