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    Eyelid

    Eyelid surgery, medically known as blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that involves the removal of excess skin, muscle, or fat from the eyelids. The primary goal of eyelid surgery is to improve the appearance of the eyelids by addressing issues such as sagging skin, wrinkles, and puffiness.
    This procedure can be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both.

    1 HOUR

    Duration of Procedure

    2 WEEKS

    Recovery

    Here are key aspects of eyelid surgery:

    Upper Eyelid Surgery:

    Excess Skin: The procedure can address loose or sagging skin that may contribute to a tired or aged appearance.

    Lower Eyelid Surgery:

    Puffy Bags: Eyelid surgery can remove or reposition fat deposits that cause puffiness or bags under the eyes.

    Excess Skin: It can also address loose skin and wrinkles
    in the lower eyelid area.

    Procedure Techniques:

    Incisions: Incisions are typically made in the natural creases
    of the eyelids, which helps minimize visible scarring.

    Fat Removal or Repositioning: Excess fat may be removed or
    repositioned to achieve a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.

    Skin and Muscle Adjustment: The surgeon may trim or tighten the skin and underlying muscles to enhance the eyelid contours.

    Candidates:

    Candidates for eyelid surgery are often individuals with sagging or drooping eyelids, excess skin, or fatty deposits that contribute to a tired or aged appearance.

    Good candidates are generally in good health and have realistic
    expectations about the outcomes of the procedure.

    Results:

    Final results become more apparent as swelling subsides. Patients can expect a more refreshed and youthful appearance of the eyes.

    The results of eyelid surgery are long-lasting, but the natural aging
    process continues, and additional procedures may be
    considered in the future.

    Recovery:

    Recovery time varies but typically involves some swelling and bruising.
    Cold compresses and elevation of the head can help reduce swelling.

    Patients are advised to follow postoperative care instructions
    provided by the surgeon.

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