Nonsurgical Blepharoplasty in Great Falls, MT

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What Is Nonsurgical Blepharoplasty?

Do people say you look tired or your eyes are droopy? Or do you find that with age, your eyes appear to be smaller or more closed than before? That is due to the loss of elasticity in the eyelid skin. As the skin sags, it gives the appearance of smaller or tired eyes. At Montana Skin & Laser and Center for Weight Management, our aesthetic care team offers an innovative alternative to eyelid surgery. Nonsurgical blepharoplasty with the advanced Opus Plasma® Colibri® system uses precise, focused fractional plasma energy to tighten drooping eyelids and reduce under-eye bulging without the cost and recovery time of surgery.

Nonsurgical blepharoplasty with the Opus Plasma Colibri handpiece leverages the power of RF (radiofrequency) energy to create a safe, precisely controlled plasma arc between the handpiece and the skin of the eyelids. This focused energy tightens and firms the eyelids while reducing under-eye puffiness, lines, and wrinkles (like Crow's feet) by treating both the surface and deep skin layers. This energy stimulates natural collagen production, which revitalizes skin health and appearance. If you'd like to learn more about nonsurgical blepharoplasty and how it can rejuvenate your appearance and improve your vision, contact our Great Falls, MT office today to schedule a consultation.

Nonsurgical Blepharoplasty FAQ

How much does eyelid surgery cost?
Blepharoplasty costs will vary depending on whether the nonsurgical procedure is treating the upper eyelid lift, lower, or both. Once your treatment plan is developed during your initial consultation, Sarah can then discuss cost estimates. To get results that look natural and last for many years, it's better to focus on finding a skilled nurse practitioner whom you are comfortable with, like Sarah, instead of trying to find the cheapest place. To make it easy for you to afford a great nonsurgical eyelid lift, Montana Skin & Laser and Center for Weight Management takes several payment methods, and we can help you find low-interest financing.

Can I use insurance to pay for my eyelid surgery?
If excess skin is compromising your sight, your health insurance might pay for part of your blepharoplasty. Please talk to Sarah in your initial consultation if you are considering applying for an insurance claim. A team member at Montana Skin & Laser and Center for Weight Management will help you get the required information and paperwork to your insurance company to consider your claim. Generally, you will need a diagnosis from an optometrist or ophthalmologist stating that an eyelid lift will restore your field of vision.

What are some other benefits of an eyelid lift?
A nonsurgical eyelid lift doesn't just help to refresh your appearance, it can also give you other benefits. You may discover your vision field is greater once loose, hanging skin on your upper eyelid is gone. It is also easier to apply eye shadow and other makeup when your upper lid is smooth. Getting rid of fine lines, paper-thin skin, dark circles, and puffy bags under your eyes can make your eyes appear fuller and brighter without a lot of makeup.

How many nonsurgical eye lift treatments will I need?
Depending on the severity of your concerns, desired outcome, and other factors, you should expect to undergo a series of about 2 – 5 plasma skin tightening treatments for your eyelids, though most patients see at least some noticeable improvements after a single session.

Am I a candidate for a nonsurgical eyelid lift?
Patients considering nonsurgical eyelid lifting should be in good health and have mild to moderate signs of aging on the eyelids and around the eyes. Patients with severe eyelid sagging, prominent bags under the eyes, and other more advanced signs of aging may be better suited to a surgical eyelid lift. Following eyelid lift surgery, however, these patients may consider plasma skin tightening as a maintenance treatment to keep their skin looking its best for as long as possible. During your initial consultation for a nonsurgical blepharoplasty in Great Falls, MT, our knowledgeable team will help determine if you may be a good candidate for treatment.

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