blepharoplasty

Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)

The eyes in many cases reflect a person’s age and even reflect his emotional and mood states. On the other hand, and perhaps it should be said, unfortunately,.the eyes and eyelids show signs of aging earlier than other parts of the body. Eyelid plastic surgery, called blepharoplasty, is designed to remove eyelid puffiness and excess skin,.and its main purpose is to rejuvenate the face.

Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)

Who are the candidates for eyelid cosmetic surgery?

The best candidates for eyelid cosmetic surgery are those who are at least 35 years old and drooping eyelid skin. or puffiness under the eyes has caused unpleasant changes in their face (although in exceptional cases,. younger people who have found the above problems for special reasons can be Underwent surgery). To perform this surgery, it is necessary for the person to be generally healthy and not have any specific diseases or underlying diseases. We must also have realistic and reasonable expectations of the surgery and its results.

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It should also be noted that blepharoplasty surgery does not improve the following:

Dark circles around the eyes.

Drooping eyebrows (additional or separate surgery is needed to fix this problem).

Wrinkles that form around the eyelid, between the eyebrows and the forehead.

Remember that a thorough ophthalmological examination is necessary before surgery. Determination of visual acuity, examination of the tear layer, examination of eye movements and motor and sensory nerves. of the eyes and face, examination of eyebrows and their symmetry are among the examinations that should be performed.

Remember to tell your doctor if you have a specific illness or drug allergy or are taking certain medications. It is also necessary to stop taking blood thinners, including aspirin and the like, according to your doctor, from 10 days to 2 weeks before the operation.

Before the operation, the person’s physical condition should be checked and the required blood tests should be performed. If a specific disease is diagnosed, the necessary tests should be performed and, if necessary, the relevant specialist should be consulted.

It is also important to know that this surgery is usually performed on an outpatient basis and in most cases under local anesthesia and does not require hospitalization. In many cases, depending on the patient’s condition and at the discretion of the physician, the patient may be completely anesthetized. The patient must be informed of the type of anesthesia before the operation.

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It is also important to know that this surgery is usually performed on an outpatient basis and in most cases under local anesthesia and does not require hospitalization. In many cases, depending on the patient’s condition and at the discretion of the physician, the patient may be completely anesthetized. The patient must be informed of the type of anesthesia before the operation.