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What You'll Get
It's said that youth is wasted on the young, whose fear of authority prevents them from jamming their tiny arms inside vending machines. Grab hold of youth with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $1,499 for blepharoplasty on the upper or lower lids of both eyes (a $3,000 value)
- $2,499 for blepharoplasty on the upper and lower lids of both eyes (a $5,000 value)
A roughly one-hour operation performed under local anesthesia and IV sedation, blepharoplasty can help create a fresher, more youthful appearance by removing excess skin from around the eyes. Ice compresses help reduce swelling and bruising for 24–48 hours after the procedure, and sutures are removed after four or five days. In older patients, blepharoplasty is often performed as part of a face-lift; when employed with a special surgical technique, it can also create an artificial upper-eyelid fold in some patients of Asian descent.
The Fine Print
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About Doheny Sunset Surgery Center
The walls of Dr. Raja K. Srour's office are peppered with his own paintings. He finds that his artistic skills travel easily between the canvas and the human body: both depend on his keen eye, dexterous digits, and "intense desire for harmony and perfection." Dr. Srour's treatments all aim for a look that is true to the patient's own personality and ethnic background, creating harmony with their natural features and favorite ascots. Throughout the three decades he's spent performing cosmetic surgeries on Beverly Hills' faces and bodies, Dr. Srour's work has also landed in front of the lenses of Extra and Fox 11.