If you’re considering eyelid surgery, you probably have some really important questions about the procedure. Before you walk into a plastic surgeon’s office, you should have an idea of what to expect. Even more importantly, you should have an idea of what you want to get out of the process. When it comes to upper and lower eyelid surgery in Tampa, Elite Facial Plastic Surgery has been giving patients youthful, rested eyes for years, and we want to help you figure out if the procedure may be right for you.

Choosing a Surgeon

Any type of surgery is likely to make you a bit nervous. There’s no avoiding that. But if you have done your homework and found the right doctor for you, then there won’t be much to worry about. Choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Dominic Castellano is the best way to ensure you receive qualified care and exceptional results.


People like to find deals, but there are a few places and times in life when it might be better to pay for a better service. Anything connected to your body is worth investing in. In fact, most of the terrible plastic surgery pictures you can find online are from cheap surgeries performed by unqualified doctors. This blog post explains more about why bargain hunting in the plastic surgery world is never a good idea.

The “Right” Age

Generally speaking, there is no right or wrong age to get upper and lower eyelid surgery. Tampa is filled with people of all ages who have had the procedure. The question is whether or not the surgery is suited to treat your specific concerns. If you are unsure, it’s always good to confer with a doctor and get a consultation in order to see if it’s right for you. The concerns best treated by eyelid surgery include:

  • Drooping skin on the upper eyelids
  • Puffiness or bags on the lower eyelids
  • Impaired vision due to excess skin
  • A worn out or tired look despite getting rest

To see real eyelid surgery patient results, please visit our before-and-after photo gallery.

If you would like to learn more about eyelid surgery in Tampa, please contact us online or call (813) 975-3223 to request a personal consultation.

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