Eyelid Lifts (Blepharoplasty)
Blepharoplasty, also referred to as eyelid surgery or surgery of the eyelids, is a plastic surgery procedure able to provide a more youthful, refreshed appearance to the eye area by correcting droopy eyelids and puffy, under eye bags. The procedure involves the removal of excess fat, muscle and skin from the upper and lower eyelids. Good candidates include men and women who are looking to improve puffy under eye bags or drooping upper eyelids.
Blepharoplasty, or cosmetic eyelid surgery, remains one of the most requested aesthetic facial procedures. Both heredity and aging can influence the appearance of the eyelid area. The upper lid begins to show evidence of aging almost before any other facial feature. The lower eyelid follows with the development of bags and skin draping. Some patients exhibit hereditary bags under the eyes, and while not a result of aging, can begin in the early twenties.
Because there is little room for error in blepharoplasty, both careful preoperative physical analysis and meticulous surgical execution are imperative for a successful outcome. In general, however, the benefits are much greater than the risks for these procedures. Both the surgeon and the patient universally find the results rewarding.
As in all aesthetic surgery, each surgeon brings to the consultation and then to the operating room an artistic goal as to how the final result of blepharoplasty should appear. The surgeon has certain goals that he tries to achieve in blepharoplasty surgery. These are:
1) Minimal scars in the upper and lower lids,
2) Least possible redundant skin,
3) Smoothest transition between cheek bone and lower eyelid,
4) Symmetry of the upper and lower eyelid position,
5) Symmetry of fat position,
6) Durability of the procedure,
7) An overall unoperated appearance,
8) A non-feminizing male upper lid,
9) Rapid and uneventful post-operative course,
10) The absence of complications.
Local anesthesia and complementary intravenous sedation.
Half and hour for 2 / One hour for the 4
A FTER YOUR SURGERY
After your procedure is completed, lubricating ointment and cold compresses may be applied, and in some cases your eyes may be loosely covered with gauze.
You will have to rest at the hotel from 24 to 48 hours
Reading: 2 or 3 days. Back to work: 6 to 8 days
Contact lenses: two weeks or more.
You will have a more relaxed and youthful look for a long time.
Strenuous activities , alcohol: about 3 weeks.
Moderate . At the beginning you may feel your eyes are too dry, you may experience irritation or itching.
REMOVAL OF THE STITCHES
5 to 7 days after the surgery.
BRUISES AND SWELLING
Bruising and swelling gone: several weeks.
The scars heal very quickly and become almost invisible after a few months. But even before that happens, after only 2 or 6 weeks, the results of the blepharoplasty will be evident.
They all Include:
The Surgical Procedure
Stay in Clinic (without limit of time)
5 to 7 days in nice Hotel
Complete Hematology Tests Analysis
Implants or Prothesis (if any)
Pre and ost-operative Consultations
Clinical Professional Insurance
Professional insurance of surgeon
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