We Have Resumed Normal Business Hours

Our patients, team members, and their families are the center of all we do as a company. Mountain State Oral & Facial Surgery is closely monitoring guidelines from the CDC and are dedicated to keeping people safe and healthy.

We are resuming normal business hours and operations including all elective and non-elective treatments. As we re-open we want our patients to know they will see some changes in our offices including but not limited to social distancing measures, increased sanitization, increased use of PPE, and other changes. These changes are to protect our staff and patients as we are committed to serving the needs of our community during these difficult times.

We will continue to monitor this situation closely and update our response as more information is made available from the CDC. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this difficult time.

Stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Meet Natasha

Natasha felt comfortable visiting our office for her blephs.

I came here for my blephs—that’s the upper part of your eyes. That’s something very delicate that you don’t really want just anybody to work with, so I felt comfortable enough for our surgeons to work on that. My blephs—they were kind of sagging down towards my eyelashes and causing a little bit of vision issues, so once I had that done, they’re not touching my eyelashes anymore, so I have a better range of vision. They took the stitches out a week later, and recovery was great. I didn’t have any problems or complications from it. I love the result from it, and I love that I have better range of vision. I can put mascara and eyeliner on now, so that’s awesome.


Common questions about blepharophlasty treatment

What is a blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, combats wrinkles, sagging skin, puffiness, and fine lines around the eyes to reduce the signs of aging. Patients also seek this procedure when drooping eyelids impact their quality of life, such as narrowing their vision.

How does the procedure work?

This procedure resolves the existing aging effects of the eye area and is often performed in coordination with other treatments, such as a facelift. At your blepharoplasty consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your condition and design a personalized treatment plan that addresses your needs.

Your doctor will administer IV sedation or general anesthesia during your blepharoplasty procedure. Next, your surgeon will make very fine incisions around the eyelid to remove excess fat and skin and lift the eye area. Then they will place skin back over the newly rejuvenated area. Once surgical sites are sutured, you will be taken into recovery.

How long does recovery take?

We will provide you with detailed pre- and post-operative instructions which you should follow closely and carefully. Many patients resume normal activities within 7 to 10 days after surgery.

What treatments should I get along with blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty is often performed in conjunction with other procedures, such as a facelift. If you’re interested in any of the treatments we offer, we encourage you to contact our office to see how we can help you. We have offices conveniently located in Ashland, KY, or Beckley, Charleston, Huntington, Hurricane, Kanawha City, Parkersburg, or Princeton WV.


Learn more

Now that you’ve listened to stories from our patients, we encourage you to learn more about our doctors, team, and practice so you can see how we dedicate our time to provide the highest quality treatments with the most up-to-date technology.