Welcome to the website of Dr. Mitesh Kapadia - Boston eyelid surgery and blepharoplasty specialist
Dr. Kapadia is an oculoplastic surgeon, based in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Kapadia has two principal offices, an academic practice located in downtown Boston (at Tufts Medical Center), and a private practice in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Consultations and surgeries are also available at several other locations in suburban Boston and southern New Hampshire.
DR. KAPADIA SPECIALIZES IN:
- Cosmetic eyelid surgery: including upper blepharoplasty (eye lift or eyelid lift), lower blepharoplasty and brow lift
- Functional and reconstructive eyelid surgery: including ptosis surgery, functional blepharoplasty and treatment of eyelid skin cancers
- Minimally invasive facial rejuvenation with Botox, Restylane and Juvederm including non-surgical blepharoplasty
- Orbital surgery and lacrimal (tear duct) surgery.
Browse the website to learn more about Dr. Kapadia's qualifications, obtain a list of office locations and see before and after photos of some of his patients.
Eyelid surgery is a great way to improve the appearance of many men and women over the age of 40, though younger patients may sometimes benefit as well. Droopy upper eyelids or puffy lower eyelids (bags under the eyes) result in a tired, sad appearance. Blepharoplasty surgery can result in a more alert, youthful appearance without an extreme makeover. After surgery you will still look like yourself, only younger and more vibrant. Numerous before and after photos of actual patients who have had surgery with Dr. Kapadia are available on this website.
In most patients, the main goal of upper blepharoplasty surgery (upper eyelid surgery or upper eyelid lift) is to remove excess skin from the upper eyelids. The skin of the upper eyelids is subject to stretching from millions and millions of blinks. As we age, this causes the development of excess upper eyelid skin which often results in an aged, tired and sad appearance. Upper blepharoplasty surgery can help reduce aging related changes and restore a more youthful, happy and less tired appearance.
In contrast to upper blepharoplasty, the main goal of lower blepharoplasty surgery (lower eyelid surgery or lower eyelid lift) is usually to remove excess fatty tissue. Fat present in the orbital tissues behind the eyes can often come forward causing bags under the eyes. This frequently causes people to look much more tired than they really are. Removing excess fatty tissue helps reduce the eyelid bags and helps restore a more energetic, less tired appearance.
In many patients, the appearance of bags under the eyes can be improved with lower eyelid injections, also known as non-surgical blepharoplasty. This treatment uses an injectable gel called Restylane to reduce hollowing along the under eye bones and help camouflage under eye puffiness. Some patients who might benefit from lower blepharoplasty are not ready for eyelid surgery and can benefit from a non-surgical procedure to help them look less tired. For other patients, the main problem is under eye hollowing and not excess fatty tissue, and non-surgical blepharoplasty is the treatment of choice to help improve their appearance.
In addition to eyelid surgery, Dr. Kapadia has a large practice devoted to minimally invasive facial rejuvenation with Botox and facial fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm. Botox can help reduce wrinkles, especially in the area between the eyebrows, on the forehead and in the crows feet area around the eyes. Facial fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm can help fill hollows under the eyes, improve sunken cheeks, reduce the appearance of smile lines and help create fuller lips, in a much safer way than the collagen injections used in the past.
Dr. Kapadia’s philosophy is to help patients achieve their goals and look their best using the least invasive options available. Many patients come to him to for consideration of surgery and are surprised to learn that a less invasive option is available.
As an oculofacial plastic surgeon (a.k.a. oculoplastic surgeon or ophthalmic plastic surgeon), Dr. Kapadia has more extensive training in blepharoplasty and other forms of eyelid surgery than any other type of physician, training based at the nation's top medical schools including Harvard and The University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kapadia has performed more than 2000 eyelid surgeries including more than 1000 blepharoplasty procedures. He has also performed lower eyelid filler injections (non-surgical blepharoplasty) in hundreds of patients.
His practice is based in Wellesley, Massachusetts and at Tufts Medical Center in downtown Boston, where he is a full-time faculty member. However, both consultations and surgery are available at several other convenient suburban locations.
If you decide to schedule a consultation, you will find that Dr. Kapadia is a warm, caring physician who absolutely loves his job and is dedicated to helping people look their best. Feel free to search the internet for reviews from other patients who have had surgeries or treatments with Dr. Kapadia.
Eyelid surgery and facial injection procedures may be more affordable than you might think. A list of blepharoplasty costs, as well as prices for Botox, Restylane and Juvederm injections can be found in the information section of this website.
Feel free to email questions, comments or suggestions to Dr. Kapadia.
Dr. Kapadia continues to offer patients a free cosmetic consultation as well as $500 off the cost of eyelid surgery at his Wellesley location only. The office is conveniently located on Route 9 West, only minutes from the intersection of Route 128 and the Mass Pike. (link to Wellesley office information page) Call 978-393-5437 (978-eyelids) for more information.
HOW CAN DR. KAPADIA HELP ME?
My upper eyelids are drooping:
I look tired all the time, even when I am well rested:
- Lower blepharoplasty surgery
- Lower eyelid filler injections
- Non-surgical blepharoplasty
- Ptosis repair surgery
- Upper blepharoplasty surgery
I have dark circles under my eyes:
I have a skin cancer on my eyelid
- I have a basal cell carcinoma on my eyelid
- I have a squamous cell carcinoma, sebaceous cell carcinoma or melanoma on my eyelid
I have a different problem that Dr. Kapadia might be able to help with:
Please call 978-393-5437 to schedule a consultation.