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Treatment time

1,5 - 2,5 hours

Recovery time

It depends on the individual parameters of the patient
5- 7 days

Methods

You need consultation of the doctor to determine the methods of treatment
Injection

Follow Up

1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 1 year

Your eyes are often the first thing people notice about you

Your eyes are often the first thing people notice about you and are an important aspect of your overall appearance. As we age, the tone and shape of our eyelids can loosen and sag. Heredity and sun exposure also contribute to this process. This excess, puffy or lax skin can make you appear more tired or older than you are. Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty (pronounced “blef-a-ro-plasty”) can give the eyes a more youthful look by removing excess skin, bulging fat, and lax muscle from the upper or lower eyelids. If the sagging upper eyelid skin obstructs peripheral vision, blepharoplasty can eliminate the obstruction and expand the visual field.

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Upper Blepharoplasty

For the upper eyelids, excess skin and fat are removed through an incision hidden in the natural eyelid crease. If the lid is droopy, the muscle that raises the upper lid can be tightened. The incision is then closed with fine sutures.

Lower Blepharoplasty

Fat in the lower eyelids can be removed or repositioned through an incision hidden on the inner surface of the eyelid. Laser resurfacing or a chemical peel can be performed at the same time if desired, to smooth and tighten the lower lid skin. If there is excessive skin in the lower lid, the incision is made just below the lashes. Fat can be removed or repositioned through this incision, and the excess skin removed. The incision is then closed with fine sutures.

Surgery for Asian Eyelids

Asian Blepharoplasty (Double Eyelid Surgery)

Although about half of the Asian population does have a fold in the area above the eyelashes, the other 50% of the population does not. For those without a fold, a blepharoplasty procedure can create a natural-looking crease. Known as “Asian double eyelid surgery,” this procedure aims to surgically create creases in the eyelids of Asian patients. Generally, the lid starts at the crease very close to the eyelashes. As the crease becomes further away from the nose, it gets larger until it reaches the midpoint of the pupil. In effect, the fold runs parallel to the eyelash origin.

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