Face

Blepheroplasty (Eyelid Surgery)

indication

appearance of aging signs such as wrinkles, fatty bags, redundancy in upper and lower eyelids in men or women

definition

blepheroplasty in the upper or lower eyelids or both to remove the excess fat and skin and tighten the orbicularis muscle to give smoother and younger look

Operative Time

one hour (upper) and one hour and a half (lower)

anesthesia

local

Hospital Stay

several hours

scars

Wound in the upper eyelid crease in the upper blepheroplasty Wound just below the lower eyelashes in the lower blepheroplasty Subcuticular closure Leaves no scar

labs Needed

Complete blood picture Liver and kidney functions Coagulation profile Random blood sugar

convalescence

Few hours at home Edema and bruises first 3 weeks Wearing sunglasses first two weeks

Final Result

after 3 months totally natural and young eye look in females or males

NB

smoking and uncontrolled diabetes cause surgical complications

Price

several hospitals with packages suitable for everybody (same medical service – different hotel services)

Frequently Asked Questions

You may be a candidate for eyelid surgery if you are a non-smoking adult in good health. It is important that you have realistic expectations for the outcome of your blepharoplasty. A consultation with your surgeon can help you determine whether your facial tissues and eye muscles are healthy enough to undergo a blepharoplasty procedure.
You’ll be placed under IV sedation or general anesthesia for the duration of your eyelid surgery. Your surgeon will form an incision discreetly along the natural crease of the eyelid or along the lower lash line. It is via those incisions that excess skin can be removed, the muscles tightened, and fat deposits redistributed.
The eyelid surgery recovery period will require that you follow special instructions provided by your surgeon. These instructions are designed to facilitate a complete recovery free of complications. When you awaken from surgery, your eyes may be covered with gauze and lubricating ointment. In the following days, you may be responsible for applying topical medications or taking oral prescriptions to prevent infection. It is normal to experience some swelling and bruising following the procedure, but most discomfort should subside within a few weeks.

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